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Disclaimer:This content is written with the help of AI. Atmosphere: Casual, waterfront restaurant with a lively atmosphere. Famous recipes: Walleye, Perch, steaks, and pasta. Food in detail: Erie Steak & Seafood Co. offers a variety of seafood and American dishes, including walleye, perch, steaks, and pasta. The restaurant also has a full bar and serves a variety of appetizers, sides, and desserts.
10 most expensive homes sold in Lorain, Sept. 11-17
A house that sold for $299,900 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Lorain in the past week. In total, 16 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $148,656. The average price per square foot ended up at $94.
Group creating Hispanic veterans memorial in Lorain
A new push to honor the service of Hispanic and Latino veterans is in development in Lorain.
This winery in Avon Lake, Ohio is permanently closing its doors soon
After several decades, a popular winery in Avon Lake is set to close its doors for good in the near future. In a social media post on September 21, the winery John Christ Winery - which is located at 32421 Walker Rd in Avon Lake - made this announcement:
Lorain County Sheriff to not run for re-election
LORAIN, Ohio (WOIO) - Lorain County Sheriff Phil Stammitti on Monday announced he will not be running for re-election after serving for six consecutive terms. A press release sent by the sheriff says his decision has nothing to do with his recent differences with two of the Lorain County Commissioners.
Ohio dispatcher outsmarts scammer, retrieves $10K
So often, crooks rip people off for big bucks. But that didn’t happen this time.
This restaurant in Lorain, Ohio is permanently closing next month
A restaurant in Lorain is permanently closing its doors next month. After 27 years of business, the restaurant Erie Steak & Seafood Co. - also known as the Jackalope - is closing its doors for good at the end of October. In a video posted on the restaurant's Facebook page on September 21, Jim Andrews - the owner of Erie Steak & Seafood Co. - announced the upcoming closure. He talked about the restaurant's post-pandemic struggles with soaring food prices and the possibility of selling the restaurant to buyers.
Weekly Safety Report: Tragic Death, Gun Discovery, and Fatal Shooting Shake Lorain, Ohio
This week in Lorain, Ohio, several incidents occurred that raised concerns about safety in the community. These incidents include the tragic death of a 2-year-old boy due to fentanyl exposure, the discovery of a chaperone carrying a loaded gun and other concealed weapons during a high school field trip, and a fatal shooting in a newspaper's parking lot. Law enforcement is actively investigating these incidents, but no arrests have been made at this time.
How one Ohio community college looked local and shifted its focus
Lorain Community College, just outside of Cleveland, was founded – in part – to help fill the manufacturing workforce in northeast Ohio. But, as the steel industry declined, the manufacturing jobs it was training students for became limited. President Marcia Ballinger said the school didn’t panic. It pivoted. The community college’s course offerings shifted from automotive parts to circuit boards.
Ohio Man and His Dog, Meatball, Recover After Pit Bull Attack in Lorain
Kenneth 'Spaghetti' Bennett and his dog, Meatball, were injured in a pit bull attack in Lorain, Ohio. The pit bull's owner fled the scene and has not been identified. The family reported the incident to police, asking for help identifying the dog or owner.
Avon Brewing Company switches focus back to current location
AVON, Ohio -- The owners of Avon Brewing Company (ABC) have posted a video on social media updating the community on the status of their proposed new building at 36383 Detroit Road (corner of Garden Drive). In May 2022, the owners announced that they had purchased three acres of land...
Abandoned dog found tied to animal clinic door: North Ridgeville police blotter
On September 14, officers observed a dog on a lash tied to the front door of Animal Clinic Northview. After scanning the dog for a microchip, they contacted the alleged owners. They denied ownership, and the dog was taken to the dog pound. OVI: Center Ridge Road. On September 15,...
Ohio youth baseball practice disrupted by coach’s felony warrant
A youth baseball practice was disrupted last week after deputies attempted to arrest a coach on an outstanding warrant.
Cleveland Life Flight pilot reports laser beam pointed at helicopter in Bay Village
Bay Village police are investigating the source of a laser beam that was reported by a Cleveland Life Flight pilot as the aircraft flew over the area Sept. 23. The pilot reported the incident to the Bay Village Police Department at 11:39 p.m. and also said that it appeared to come from the area of Lake and Bradley roads, according to a news release.
North Olmsted house-flipper who called himself ‘Cash Flow King’ ran $11 million Ponzi scheme, SEC lawsuit says
CLEVELAND, Ohio — A North Olmsted house-flipper who called himself “The Cash Flow King” is accused in a lawsuit of running an $11 million Ponzi scheme that ripped off dozens of investors. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday filed the lawsuit in federal court in...
Police: No bomb in threat at Chronicle-Telegram offices
Police determined a threat found outside of The Chronicle-Telegram building on Sunday did not include a bomb. A Chronicle employee discovered the threat at the front entrance of the 225 East Ave. headquarters at 4:19 p.m. and contacted police. The threat consisted of a black mailbox with its flag raised,...
These Elyria, OH based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Elyria.
New projects expected to create dozens of jobs in Erie, Geauga counties
Erie and Lake counties will benefit financially from two economic projects, according to a news release from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted. The Governor’s Office announced Sept. 25 the approval of assistance for six projects set to create 332 new jobs and retain 926 jobs statewide, the release said.
Bendix salutes maintenance workers during national Technicial Appreciation Week
AVON, Ohio –The ability of every big rig to transport loads across the country, every vocational vehicle to move materials in and around jobsites, and every delivery truck to drop off goods in our neighborhoods traces back to professional technicians. It’s the maintenance pros who help keep these and all other commercial vehicles rolling throughout America.
Rollover crash blocks I-71 south in Middleburg Heights, causes 4 miles of backups
MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio (WOIO) - A rollover crash on I-71 south in Middleburg Heights that was blocking all three lanes at 4:35 p.m. on Sept. 25. has been cleared. Drivers already stuck on I-71 south were only able to get around first responders by moving over onto the entrance ramp from Bagley Road to I-71 south.