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Police: Arrested man stashed drugs in rear LORAIN - Police arrested Christopher Williams Jr., 18, 1517 Paine St., on charges of possession of cocaine, obstructing official business and illegal conveyance of drugs into a detention facility Friday night.
And Avon's Mayor Bryan Jensen is just one of many who have taken up the challenge and threw out one of his own August 24. Will Ted Kalo, Lori Kokoski, and Tom Williams, the three Lorain County Commissioners, step up or will they donate the $100 instead of dumping water on their heads? Ohio Sen. Gayle Manning, did you hear that hue and cry coming ... (more)
Hundreds of people gathered at the Avon United Methodist Church on Detroit Road to ooh and ahh over almost 200 classic cars for the benefit of the homeless cats and kittens at the APL in Elyria Township.
WELLINGTON - With the help of a group of local businesses a Firelands Elementary student with cerebral palsy, whose mother recently died, was able to set a new fair auction record.
Vandalism, Multiple streets: Between Aug. 15 and Aug. 19, three homeowners reported their houses and/or cars were egged by unknown suspects.
The initiative had been available only during the month of September. It was formed to promote healthy living in the county and offers a variety of free exercise options.
Minnie E. Dawson, 74, of North Ridgeville, passed away Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at St. John Medical Center in Westlake.
An anonymous tip led to the arrest of a fugitive sex offender who was just added to the "Agonizing 8" list on Thursday.
The crowning of a fair king and queen isn't reserved only for the younger generation.
Despite the heavy rains that hit northern Ohio Tuesday night, a few Lake Erie beaches are safe to swim in today.
ELYRIA - On a rainy day in April, Lorain County Habitat for Humanity employees and volunteers broke ground in a muddy lot at 311 Franklin Ave. On Tuesday, their sweat and labor paid off with the dedication of a new home for a single mother and her two young children.
It was a "Hot Blooded," albeit short, Lorain County Fair show Tuesday night when Foreigner rocked the packed-to-the-rafters grandstand in Wellington.
WELLINGTON - Gone are the days of purely traditional food booths where fairgoers relied on forms of fried dough, hot dogs on sticks and cans of pop for lunch and dinner.
Lorain County Common Pleas Judge James Burge has corrected his annual financial disclosure statements, which he acknowledged last week contained numerous errors.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 03:31 am
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