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Lake County (Ohio)

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Top Lake County (Ohio) Articles

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  • Entrepreneur's labor of love has new home

    Some people have the savvy entrepreneur gene. Others don't. I am among the latter. Scott Ales is king of the former. When the Eustis businessman, whose specialty is exotic cars, first saw the Riva Super Aquarama, she was one battered old girl. A...
  • Lighten up on Lake's very own YouTube sensation

    Under the category of "Only in Lake County" comes a fellow nicknamed "Edarem," a star on YouTube. For the Internet-challenged among us, YouTube.com is a wildly popular place on the information superhighway where people can upload what used to be...
  • Cicada nymphs can wait no longer

    Like a scene from a science-fiction movie, red-eyed insects are popping up now in freshly turned gardens, squirming beneath logs and stones and digging tunnels as they plot their escape. After a 17-year wait, a few cicadas are making an early break...
  • Poetry corner -- the ode to Old Mill Creek

     
    Contributor Robert Goldsborough's "Elite Street" item today, Bruce Wolf moves to farm after reaping big loss on town home touches on the witty sportscaster's relocation to Old Mill Creek and gives me all the excuse I need to revive my......
  • Lake School Board candidate says she didn’t pay taxes in order to keep businesses afloat

     
    Lake School Board candidate JoAnn Jones called me back this afternoon to explain why she hasn't paid real-estate taxes on  numerous properties for years. She and her husband owe about $180,ooo in back taxes, with some debts going back to 2003...
  • Army Sgt. Eric U. Ramirez

    Felix Ramirez hadn't seen his soldier son since he presided over Eric Ramirez's wedding in August 2001, about 18 months before he shipped out to Iraq. On Saturday, the Mascotte pastor and schoolteacher made plans to officiate at his son's funeral....
  • 24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne

    24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne
    Read from the last page forward to see an archive of developments in chronological order as reported by Sentinel staff. 5:03 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004 After Charley, my downtown Orlando neighborhood went eight days without power. I have to admit, part...
  • Few lights, but many questions

    Utility-company crews had restored electricity by Monday to half of the 1.5 million Central Florida residents who lost power in Hurricane Charley, but this success spawned new anxiety and envy among those still left in the dark. "We've been hit heavy,...
  • Millions see familiar sight: Darkness

    Hurricane Frances cut electricity to an estimated 5 million people -- a quarter of them in Central Florida -- as it slogged across the state Sunday. Although lacking the sustained high winds of Hurricane Charley last month, Frances still plunged more...
  • Part 1: The verdict: Dishonor

    With impunity, prosecutors across the country have violated their oaths and the law, committing the worst kinds of deception in the most serious of cases. They have prosecuted black men, hiding evidence the real killers were white. They have prosecuted a...