Scott Mahoney The Chronicle-Telegram ELYRIA — City Council is expected to appoint Judith Keys to fill Larry Tanner’s unexpired term for Ward 1 on Monday evening. Tanner resigned Thursday from his Council seat due to health reasons.
ELYRIA — The Elyria Public Library System broke ground Friday afternoon on its new South Branch, and it hopes to hold a grand opening in five months. The new branch will be at 340 15th St., and construction is set to officially begin Monday,
ELYRIA — Eddie Holoway struggled with his emotions as he talked about how the 2016 protests have affected 91-year-old Allyn W. Gibson. “He was accused of being something that I know he’s not, and that’s a racist,”
ELYRIA — After the protests and allegations made by Oberlin College students, 91-year-old Allyn W. Gibson fears that that when he dies, someone will write the word “racist” across his tombstone, his daughter-in-law testified.
ELYRIA — Meredith Raimondo repeatedly testified Tuesday that she did not have control over Oberlin College students during the 2016 protests in front of Gibson’s Bakery. However, an attorney for the bakery questioned Oberlin
ELYRIA — The Grafton Township Board of Trustees has filed a motion for an injunction against Jailhouse Taverne to block the business from outdoor concerts. The trustees recently filed the motion, which claims the “defendants are
ELYRIA — A former Oberlin College employee testified that during the November 2016 protests by students against Gibson’s Bakery, a college staff member who reported to Meredith Raimondo was carrying a stack of fliers encouraging people
ELYRIA — A local judge recused himself from the case of a former trooper facing charges of falsification and forgery. In a court entry Friday, Judge Chris Cook cited “that a conflict exists due to the identity of the defendant,”
ELYRIA — As the November 2016 protests outside of Gibson’s Bakery by Oberlin College students continued to escalate, Oberlin police considered calling in the county’s riot team to break up the crowd, a former Oberlin police
ELYRIA — A Lorain man is facing an aggravated murder charge for allegedly shooting and killing Terrence Taylor in March. Ivan Brooks, 34, was indicted by a Lorain County grand jury on a special felony count of aggravated murder, four counts