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About: Lorain, Ohio

With over 64,000 residents, Lorain ranks as the 10th-largest city in Ohio. Ford Motor Company once had an assembly plant in the area, and that’s where they assembled the Ford Econoline vans, the Ford Torino, the Ford Thunderbird and the Mercury Cougar. Author Toni Morrison comes from Lorain, as does comedian Don Novello (Father Guido Sarducci from Saturday Night Live). A local steel mill in Lorain aided the nickname, "Steel City."

Population: 64097
Local Newspapers: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Indians, Browns, Cavaliers
Local Colleges: Lorain County Community College

Zip Codes associated with Lorain, OH: 44052, 44053, 44054, 44055.
Towns/Cities near Lorain, OH : Amherst, Sheffield, Vincent, Elyria, Avon, North Ridgeville, Vermilion.

  • Standard Building, Drury Plaza, other Northeast Ohio projects win state tax credits for preservation
    Thursday, December 18, 2014 9:13:39 PM

    Apartments and a hotel in downtown Cleveland, a historic-theater overhaul in Collinwood and preservation efforts in Mentor and Lorain are among 31 projects set to benefit from $41.8 million in state tax credits announced Thursday. The Standard Building, set for an office-to-residential conversion , and the old Board of Education Building, earmarked for a Drury Plaza hotel , were the big downtown Cleveland winners in the state's 12th round of historic-preservation awards.

  • Winter isn't putting chill on walleye success -- Fishing Report for Dec. 12
    Thursday, December 18, 2014 5:04:02 PM

    The wild and crazy winter walleye season along the Lake Erie shoreline just keeps on rolling, despite big winds earlier this week. The steelhead trout fishing is heating up again from the Vermilion River to Conneaut Creek as rivers settle and begin to clear.

  • Dog loving police officer no longer able to rescue dogs
    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 5:59:07 PM

    Followers of the National Dog News column will likely recognize the name, "Doc Rick Broz," a police officer in Lorain, Ohio. If the name sounds vaguely familiar, add in the name " Herbie ," and the connection will likely become more clear - Doc Rick Broz is the Lorain animal control officer who rescued the battered and abused dog in December 2012.

  • Elyria Health Department takes heavy hit in mayor's reduction plan
    Tuesday, December 16, 2014 11:51:53 AM

    ELYRIA - The undisclosed details of a tentative agreement between the city and the local firefighters union apparently is the linchpin in Mayor Holly Brinda's $1.8 million reduction plan for 2015, a proposal that makes cuts in many areas but keeps the roster of firefighters intact. The plan, which Brinda unveiled after Monday's City Council meeting, cuts 34.5 full-time positions for the coming year, including a key member in her administration, Assistant Safety Service Director Bruce Shade, who handles matters related to police, fire and safety.

  • Dead puppies, malnourished dog found in Lorain home
    Monday, December 15, 2014 11:57:48 AM

    LORAIN - Two dead puppies and an undernourished dog were found at a home at 469 Colorado Ave., about 10:45 a.m. Thursday, according to police Officer Rick Broz's report.

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