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Elyria (/əˈlɪəriə/ ə-LEER-ee-ə) is a city in the Greater Cleveland metropolitan statistical area and the county seat of Lorain County, Ohio, United States, located at the forks of the Black River in Northeast Ohio 23 miles southwest of Cleveland. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 54,533. The city is home to Lorain County Community College.
The village of Elyria was officially founded in 1817 by Heman Ely, who built a log house, dam, gristmill and sawmill on the village's site along the Black River. Ely began to build more houses to accommodate European-American settlers migrating to what was, at that time, within Huron County, Ohio. By the time Ely died in 1852, Elyria had five churches, three grocery stores, three flour mills, a newspaper, and a population of more than 1,500. Early postal service from Cleveland was provided by Artemis Beebe, a rider who held the first contract to deliver mail across this section of the Black River.
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Air quality advisory issued for Northeast Ohio: how to check levels before July 4 celebrations
Potentially elevated levels of ozone and particles could result in uncomfortable conditions for some folks celebrating the Fourth of July in Northeast Ohio this year, according to the National Weather ...
Lorain County prosecutor closes death threat case against Elyria Councilman
The investigation into death threats against an Elyria Councilman and his family has been closed without any charges. "We won't be proceeding with charges," said Jim Burge, chief of staff for the ...
2 motorcyclists injured during Saturday night crash in Amherst
SUBSCRIBE: Get the day's top headlines sent to your inbox each weekday morning with the free 3News to GO! newsletter At around 9:10 p.m., the Elyria Highway Patrol responded to a crash on North Ridge ...
Elyria firefighters rescue pup from Black River
Elyria firefighters saved the day for - and the life of - a scared puppy shivering on a sheet of dry rock by the Black River on July 1.
Elyria Catholic, Firelands players among Ohio PBR All-State honorees
Ohio Prep Baseball Report All-State teams were recently released, with several area players finding their way onto the lists. In Division I, seven players made the honorable mention list ...
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Elyria firefighters battle 2 house fires Wednesday; 2 pets killed
Two houses were heavily damaged in separate house fires Wednesday, with one of the fires claiming the lives to two family pets. The owners of the pets were able to safely get out of home Wednesday ...
18-year-old Elyria man pleads not guilty after allegedly raping 2 girls under 13 years old
An 18-year-old from Elyria was charged after allegedly sexually assaulting two girls who were under 13 years old ...
Taking on water: Mentor sinks Elyria
Mentor tipped and eventually toppled Elyria 54-40 in an Ohio boys basketball matchup on January 29. This post was written with software that uses artificial intelligence to publish news briefs.
Elyria’s Kaiyon McKinney pushes Team Ohio to runner-up finish at Tulsa Nationals wrestling
Elyria High School’s Kaiyon McKinney has continued his upward ascent following a seventh-place finish at the Division I state tournament in March in the 113-pound weight class as a freshman. That ...
Ohio awards nearly $40 million in historic tax credits for projects in 19 communities
The State of Ohio will aid in the rehabilitation of 38 historic buildings by offering nearly $40 million in tax credits as part of the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program.
Students Participate in Second Annual RIDGID “We Love STEM Day”
RIDGID, a part of Emerson’s professional tools portfolio, hosted its second annual “We Love STEM Day” in June for 38 students in grades three through eight.