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Located on the Black River west of Cleveland, Elyria once personified the meaning of the The Rust Belt. The last two decades has seen a mini rival of the area with manufactoring starting to return to the area
Local Newspapers: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cavaliers & Cleveland Indians
Local Colleges: Lorain County Community College
Zip Codes associated with elyria, ohio:
44035 44036 44039 44074
Towns/Cities near elyria, ohio : North Ridgeville Lagrange Eaton Amherst Sheffield North Olmsted Lorain Westlake Oberlin
Shocking moment three inmates escape an Ohio Correctional Facility
On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.Social media complicates police job of telling if comments are ill-advised or legitimate threats
Northeast Ohio law enforcement agencies responded to last week's mass shooting at a Florida high school with a consistent message - notify your local police department if you see or hear anything suspicious. Since that time at least five agencies - police in Akron, Elyria and Willoughby and sheriff's offices in Lorain County and Stark County - investigated messages posted by minors on social media, and five freshmen are accused of joking about planning a shooting at Alliance High School.The first 'Biggest Loser' program gets off the ground in North Ridgeville
Some 20 North Ridgeville and area residents have grabbed a friend and joined the first "Biggest Loser" program in the city. Modeled on the TV show, there will be prizes for the top three finishers in the weight loss contest.3 men found hours after escaping from Ohio regional jail
Authorities say three men who escaped from a community based correction facility in northeast Ohio have been captured. The Lorain County Sheriff's Office says the men who escaped around 6:45 p.m. Friday from the Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility in Elyria Township were caught within two hours by Elyria police.Three fugitives captured after escaping from Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility
Three inmates from the Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility are back in custody after escaping on Friday evening. According to the Lorain County Sheriff's Office, 26-year-old Joshua Eli Natal-Morales, 23-year-old Michael David Kilgore, and 26-year-old Reynaldo Rivera Franco broke out a window of the correctional facility, fled from the grounds, and went eastbound on foot just after 6:45 p.m. Elyria Police and Lorain County Sheriff Deputies set up a perimeter along Infirmary Road and West River Road while officers began to search the area.Girl says message that referenced 'blowing up' Lorain County school wasn't threat,...
A 13-year-old girl admitted to sending a social media message that referenced "blowing up" her middle school but told a detective she never intended to harm anyone, authorities said. A Midview Middle School student told sheriff's deputies Friday morning that she sent the message to another student, the Lorain County Sheriff's Office said in a news release.It took 45 minutes for crews to get the flames under control.
The Chronicle-Telegram reports the fire started around 12:30 p.m. and appeared to originate in the Lake Avenue home's basement, according to Sheffield Fire Chief Jeff Young. It took 45 minutes for departments from Sheffield, Sheffield Lake, Elyria, Elyria Township, Avon and Avon Lake to bring the blaze under control.Mother, grandmother charged after 11-month-old child tests positive for cocaine, marijuana...
A mother and a grandmother have been charged after an 11-month-old girl tested positive for cocaine and marijuana. Roxie McCall, 38, of Elyria, and Shanice McCall, 20, of Lorain, are charged with endangering children in the incident that happened Thursday on Chestnut Street near 2nd Street, according to a police report.Queen of Hearts jackpot exceeds $1 million at Grayton Road Tavern
The jackpot for Grayton Road Tavern's Queen of Hearts game has exceeded $1 million, according to the bar's website. The next drawing is Wednesday night, meaning hopeful patrons have scrambled for tickets.Pair arrested in connection with shooting death of man in Elyria
Elyria Police have arrested two people in connection with the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old man last month. 20-year-old Jeffrey Miraldi and his girlfriend, 19-year-old Jenna Turner, have both been charged with Tampering with Evidence, a felony of the third degree.Teens solicited help in shooting death of Elyria man
Two teens charged in a deadly robbery solicited the help of a man now charged with killing an Elyria man. Kajaun Anderson, 18, appeared at a preliminary hearing Thursday on charges that accuse him of the Jan. 23 killing of Cody Snyder over a half-pound of marijuana.Elyria man pleads insanity in attack involving state trooper
"He's always had mental issues and he's on disability for mental issues," Bradley said. "It is always prudent to get the person examined so that the court knows how to proceed on the case."Man charged with biting troopera s ear seeks insanity defense
An attorney for a man facing charges for biting off part of an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper's ear has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. The Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports 44-year-old Cornelius Carey Jr. is charged in Lorain County with felonious assault, resisting arrest and kidnapping.Contractor arrested at former Walt's Pizza in Brunswick
While the conspicuous red sign on a side window of the former Walt's Pizza at 1421 Pearl Road bears the ominous warning "Unsafe structure: By Order of the Brunswick Division of Building," the venerable building has not been permanently condemned, as the sign might indicate. "The owner was doing some remodeling and had assumed the guy he had doing it was a contractor and had pulled the proper permits," Brunswick Chief Building Official, Cliff Callaway, said this week.Avon woman was shot five times on work break, authorities say
An Avon woman who was shot while smoking a cigarette on her work break suffered at least five gunshot wounds, including one in the throat, a North Ridgeville police lieutenant said Tuesday during a court hearing. The 54-year-old woman, who survived, was shot just before 12:30 p.m. Jan. 4 on Bendron Road at Taylor Parkway.Lorain County prosecutor wants teens involved in shooting death of Elyria man tried as adults
The Lorain County prosecutor wants two teens charged in the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old man tried as adults. Prosecutor Dennis Will filed documents Monday requesting that the cases for a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy be transferred to Lorain County Common Pleas Court.There's nothing better than hot soup on a cold day in Avon
St. Mary of the Woods in Avon hosted the eighth annual "Soup Throw Down" for senior citizens on January 24. Eleven local competitors each provided a minimum of five to six quarts of hot soup for the seniors who paid $5 per person. They received 4 ounce tasting cups to use for a taste of all the creations, be they broth, gumbo, bisque, creamed or chowder.Man crashes into hydrant, floods yard: North Ridgeville police
Crash, Chestnut Ridge Road: A resident reported on Jan. 20 that a car had crashed into his mailbox and the fire hydrant, which caused a water main break that flooded his yard. A short time later, Elyria Police reported an injury accident at Chestnut Commons.
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