Trooper, Steele parent killed in line of duty
GREEN, GOLD, BLUE: Comets rally around Velez family and nab long-awaited win
Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive
Balloon launch in memory of Drew Hayden, the Comets’ biggest fan
Trump support broad at Amherst watch party
- SPECIAL REPORT: Is your vote safe from hackers? - 1:29 pm
- Chromium-6 present but tiny in local water - 1:01 pm updated: 8:54 am.
- Study: Lorain County leads Ohio in deer-vehicle crashes - 11:16 am
- St. Joseph kids try virtual reality - 9:31 am
- Baby in rollover crash near Oak Point - 2:34 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 2:31 pm
- New father charged after Sept. 21 rampage - 2:23 pm
- Firelands royalty crowned - 10:46 am
- Court says Ohio can’t disqualify infrequent voters - 9:50 am
- CASE FOR CONSTRUCTION: Water and heating problems top trouble list at Powers - 2:40 pm
- MAKE IT 15: Band heading to state - 12:13 pm
- Five Points, one goal - 11:56 am updated: 11:23 am.
- ‘He lived as a hero’ - 11:52 am
- Chef to bring rustic Italian flavors to former Cork’s - 3:41 pm
- Sandstone exterior gets TLC at Amherst city hall - 11:54 am
- Public library to close 2nd floor for facelift - 11:19 am
- Silver shovels come out as Amherst Manor expands - 10:53 am updated: 2:23 pm.
- Wrong-way school bus driver under investigation - 6:17 pm
- PITCH: Council mulls $2.6M utility meter purchase - 5:26 pm
- Super Kmart signs down, doors closed - 10:40 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 10:30 am
- Keegan Weese, the kid who likes to go fast - 9:56 am updated: 5:12 pm.
- Trooper, Steele parent killed in line of duty - 11:41 pm updated: 11:42 pm.
- GREEN, GOLD, BLUE: Comets rally around Velez family and nab long-awaited win - 11:00 pm updated: 9:34 am.
- High-tech work space lends itself to big projects - 1:27 pm
- ‘Boob talk’ saves lives, says breast cancer survivor - 1:17 pm updated: 11:46 pm.
- Charity accused of funneling money to fugitive - 10:28 am
- After 50 years, Crowe retires as a champ - 9:34 am
- Kubuske wins Miss Popcorn Festival crown - 7:31 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 1:38 pm
- Flames spread from bedroom to roof in township blaze - 11:28 am
- Bells toll on 9/11 anniversary - 9:24 am
- PHOTOS: It’s a football party! - 9:48 am
- Balloon launch in memory of Drew Hayden, the Comets’ biggest fan - 8:46 am
- Raising the colors - 8:17 am
- Bus driver shortage has some districts struggling - 10:43 am
- Orange glow shines light on Lorain County’s hunger crisis - 10:17 am
- Union roots propel Amherst native in Arizona House race - 10:13 am
- Victims’ names fly above JVS monument - 9:46 am
- Trump support broad at Amherst watch party - 10:46 am updated: 10:46 am.
- Fair board directors elected - 10:55 am
- Free books bind Powers kids to reading habits - 10:05 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 7:10 pm
- Toastmasters Int’l launches junior club in Amherst - 11:38 am
- Positively Rockin’ at St. Joseph School - 11:10 am
- Service is part of new school year at St. Joseph - 10:32 am
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 9:39 am
- 15 years after 9/11 attacks, what has changed at home and abroad? - 2:13 pm
- Steele HS hand, foot, and mouth fears spread online - 11:45 am
- Olympian to visit Amherst on way to 2018 games - 10:27 am
MAKE IT 15: Band heading to state
Photos by Jason Hawk | Amherst News-TimesSeen here providing a smoke-and-lights-filled football halftime show Friday in Olmsted Falls, the Amherst Mar...
Five Points, one goal
Photos by Jason Hawk | Amherst News-TimesAmherst police and firefighters stopped traffic Saturday at the city’s Five Points downtown intersectio...
‘He lived as a hero’
Devin Velez’s eyes were rimmed red as he stood at attention last Thursday in his U.S. Air Force uniform at his father’s funeral.The airman...
Chef to bring rustic Italian flavors to former Cork’s
While other seven-year-olds were playing outside, Robby Lucas was busy in his father’s kitchen.He grew up around the bustle of boiling pots, cho...
Sandstone exterior gets TLC at Amherst city hall
Water has washed away mortar in the sandstone walls of Amherst city hall, built in 1884.A huge lift raised workers this week to the top of the bell to...
Varsity runners place 3rd in Sharpsville, JV 1st
The Sharpsville Blue Devil Invitational was the scene of some outstanding racing Saturday, as both the varsity and junior varsity girls cross country ...
BOYS SOCCER: Comets take blue-out game 5-2
The Comets wore blue socks and the Panthers wore blue tape on their wrists and ankles Saturday night to honor state trooper Kenneth Velez.The show of ...
FOOTBALL: FG knocks Comets for 38-35 loss
Gambling on a last-minute onside kick, the Comets came up three points short Friday in Southwestern Conference action against the Bulldogs.Amherst, fi...
Alston kicks six in win over Eagles
Six goals came off the foot of freshman Lexi Alston as the Comets downed the Eagles 8-3 Wednesday in a much-needed Southwestern Conference victory.Als...
Falcons’ ground attack clips Clearview
The Falcons’ rushing attack with Nick Denney was already a tough one to stop.It may have become a two-headed monster, though, after Logan Strade...
Auditions for “Dearly Beloved” by the Workshop Players will be held June 13 and 14. Due to incorrect information submitted to the News-Tim...
ENGAGEMENT: Melanie Offineer and Adam Schaffer
Melanie Offineer and Adam Schaffer, both of Dayton, have announced their engagement.The bride-elect is the daughter of Martin and Nita Offineer of Amh...
Flowers for unmarked Crownhill graves
Death came too soon for the 27 who died suddenly on March 26, 1916, their lives cut short when titanic trains collided on Amherst railroad tracks.And ...
100-year-old newspaper page treasured by family
Here is an amazing piece of history: Linda Horvath took a very special relic to Tuesday’s 100th anniversary of the Great Train Wreck.The Amherst...
CEREMONY: Monument dedicated to victims of the Great Train Wreck of 1916
An old legend says whenever you hear a cardinal sing, it’s the spirit of a loved one come back to visit.Birdsong filled the air early Tuesday as...
100 YEARS: Great Train Wreck anniversary planned
A service to commemorate the souls lost 100 years ago in the Great Amherst Train Wreck of 1916 will be held March 29.As the date nears, a recently-sur...
Ohio voting is not ‘rigged’
To the editor:For the past 10 years, Ohio law has required that every ballot must have a paper record that can be hand-counted and audited. This is on...
Arrival of fall marks casserole weather
Autumn is here! The days are getting shorter and darkness comes earlier.Some of the trees are turning colors already. I love the brilliant colors. I c...
Powers outdated, costly to repair
To the editor:Issue 21 does not raise taxes. Powers Elementary, where my child attends, is outdated and in need of costly repairs. Powers is to the po...
State report cards are broken and it feels intentional
Just try picking apart this year’s state report cards. I dare you.I’ve been trying for days to analyze the often nonsensical, convoluted w...
Turtle recipes have fallen out of vogue
I wish I would’ve watched my mom make her turtle soup since my boss got a couple of large ones and asked me if I knew how to cook them.My mom wo...
The last days of Kmart
It’s among the last remaining open in Northeast Ohio, but the end is rapidly approaching for Super Kmart on Cooper Foster Park Road.With about a...
Cork’s and Stubby’s closes, owner faces felony rape trial
Signs hanging on the doors say Cork’s and Stubby’s has closed.They appeared Monday as would-be customers found the popular downtown restau...
Four are ‘Growing Abilities’ at Cleveland Clinic
During their summer break, four Amherst students are honing their job skills through a program at the Cleveland Clinic.If you ask Gabe Bullock, John S...
Fairway to open mortgage office on Rt. 58
A Fairway Independent Mortgage office will open this month in Amherst.The company is planning a soft opening soon at 315 North Leavitt Rd., next to Fi...
Have fun… but know your fireworks rules
There’s the old joke: Independence Day is the holiday when we show how much we love our country by blowing up a small part of it.No doubt firewo...
Hot Dog Heaven turns 40
“There’s so much tradition and history in this building,” says Chris Russo, sitting upstairs at Hot Dog Heaven, an Amherst landmark....