Kevin Martin, The Morning Journal

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Lorain, OH, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Avon set to approve sewer assessments

Avon City Council is set to vote on legislation Nov. 22 to levy special assessments against 103 homeowners as part of sewer infrastructure upgrades. Affected residents on Elizabeth Street, Joseph S… → Read More

Lorain County declares America Recycles Day

“The biggest problem right now is contamination, which means putting things that are meant for the landfill into the recycling bin,” Brandy Schnell said. → Read More

Lorain: Human trafficking survivors, victim advocates share stories and solutions

Teresa Merriweather conducts training seminars locally and around the country for business and government organizations in recognizing the signs and risk factors of human trafficking. → Read More

Elyria South Tee Ball holds winter camp

The program was free to youth in the community and South Tee Ball Club, said organizer Aric Bowens. → Read More

Appeals court denies challenge by Michael Barrett to violent offender database

A Vermilion man was ordered to register as a violent offender following a ruling from Ohio’s Ninth District Court of Appeals. Michael Barrett pleaded guilty Feb. 7, 2019, to one count of kidnappin… → Read More

Sheffield Lake officer speaks out about racist incident

The Sheffield Lake police officer who says he was the victim of racist workplace harassment captured on video has filed a discrimination action against the city of Sheffield Lake in addition to pet… → Read More

Disabled American Veterans Post No. 20 Lorain collect donations, raise awareness

Disabled American Veterans Post No. 20 Lorain are welcoming veterans for Military Appreciation Night on Nov. 11 in partnership with Golden Corral. → Read More

Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office requests increased funds

The Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office is requesting a 7.7 percent budget increase from the Lorain County Board of Commissioners to reflect new capital expenditures and employee raises. → Read More

Sheffield Lake police officer targeted in racist incident to speak

The Sheffield Lake police officer targeted in a racist incident in June leading to the retirement of former Chief Anthony Campo, will break silence on Nov. 11 in a news conference in conjunction wi… → Read More

Avon Lake Council sends $35M bond issue to county auditor

Avon Lake City Council voted in favor of a $35 million bond issue, the first step in the process of getting the proposal before voters for the May 2022 primary election. Council voted 6-1, suspendi… → Read More

Avon could amend T3 expansion deal

Avon City Council is considering amendments to an agreement with T3 to give residents and Avon schools more access for the planned expansion set for completion at the end of 2022. The current 56,00… → Read More

Avon Lake offering small business grants

The city of Avon Lake will offer help Nov. 8 to small businesses impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Avon Lake Small Business Grant Program will begin accepting applications with funding th… → Read More

Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office announces landmark human trafficking indictment – Morning Journal

Lorain County Prosecutor J.D. Tomlinson announced a 54-count indictment against a 35-year-old Elyria man as part of a multi-agency human trafficking investigation, the first in Lorain County histor… → Read More

Lorain County aims to study options for a new jail

Lorain County Sheriff Phil Stammitti addressed the Lorain County Board of Commissioners on Nov. 4 as part of budget hearings and outlined the need for a new upgraded jail. The present facility, 989… → Read More

Bruce Towers upgrades still outstanding, Lorain city officials says

The city of Lorain is asking for the owners of the Bruce Towers apartment complex to make needed repairs and find an answer for the current tenants. During a status hearing Nov. 4 in Lorain County … → Read More

Election 2021: Lorain County voters approve renewals; crime lab/coroner levy goes down again

Lorain County voters said yes to funding two renewal levies on the ballot during the Nov. 2 general election. Voters approved the Lorain County General Health District and the Lorain County TB levy… → Read More

Election 2021: Elyria voters select Council members

Ten seats on Elyria City Council were contested Nov. 2 with familiar faces, and some new ones set to return to Council Chambers. Independent Andrew C.G. Lipian in Ward 1 and Republican Maurice Corb… → Read More

Election 2021: Amherst voters select city council members

Amherst voters had their voices heard Nov. 2 in selecting their representatives on Amherst City Council with contested races on Council-At-Large along with wards two and four. The seven member coun… → Read More

Avon Lake: Appellate court affirms pharmacist suspension

According to the decision, Christopher Jaroscak had worked as a pharmacist for 10 years prior to obtaining his medical marijuana license, accepting a position at a Canton dispensary called The Bota… → Read More

Avon Lake woman avoids prison in 2019 hit-and-run crash that injured bicyclist

Victim, bicycle advocates criticize light sentence → Read More