December 19, 2014

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Elect Fuller council president To the Editor: Cindy Fuller provides the breath of fresh air our city needs if we are to keep pace with the future needs of our citizens. She has the business savvy needed to guide the spending of our precious tax dollars while at the same time remaining sensitive to preserving Read More…

Dressed for the occasion

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For Halloween, Westfield Upper Elementary School fifth-grader Logan Engel (left) decided to get dressed up as a nerd. Classmate David Berchtold, meanwhile, came outfitted as Zorro for the Westfield Center school’s Halloween parade Tuesday afternoon.

Medina bedevils the Demons

BRUNSWICK — Medina’s boys soccer team wanted to make quick work of Westlake in the Findlay Division I Regional semifinals. But the Bees didn’t think it would only take 88 seconds. The first minute and half told the story Tuesday as Medina downed Westlake 2-0 in a game played at Judy Kirsch Field. With the Read More…

Hornet’s lose in shootout

MEDINA — Oh, so close but yet so far. Highland’s boys soccer team came within a whisker of beating Bay Village Bay in the Ashland Division II Regional semifinals Tuesday, but ended up a 2-1 loser in a shootout. The Rockets took the free kick bonanza 6-5 after the teams made their first 10 combined Read More…

Karaba makes impact each time he gets ball

Brunswick football coach Rich Nowak calls him an invaluable part of the offense. Quarterback Sean Bedevelsky can’t imagine a game without him. Yet he’s touched the ball just 9 percent of the time the Blue Devils have been on offense. It’s not always how many times Ben Karaba touches the pigskin, however. It’s what he Read More…

Pavlovic, Cavs agree to terms

INDEPENDENCE — Sasha Pavlovic is flying high right now. Having reached agreement with the Cavaliers on Tuesday on a three-year contract that will pay him between $12-15 million, the swingman is slated to fly from his native Montenegro to Cleveland today. The Cavaliers open the season tonight at Quicken Loans Arena against the Dallas Mavericks. Read More…

Demons’ actions costly

BRUNSWICK — Westlake coach Mike Besu thought his team’s ability to control the midfield Tuesday would dictate if it would advance past Medina in the Findlay Division I Regional semifinals. The Demons wound up losing 2-0 because they finished the game with three of their top midfielders on the sideline — thanks to three very Read More…

James keeps Cavs afloat

There are so many things wrong with the Cavaliers right now, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why this piece will focus on the one overwhelming positive surrounding this franchise, the one reason this team can never be counted out: LeBron James. At present, the defending Eastern Conference champions — boy, that trip Read More…

Fun run begins for Browns

Some people have dismissed the Browns’ two-game winning streak because the opponents, Miami and St. Louis, are both 0-8. Those people are misguided. Sure, the Browns were expected to win those games and the streak isn’t as significant as it would’ve been if it had come against the Patriots and Colts. But a win is Read More…

Mavericks open season tonight

INDEPENDENCE — The regular season hasn’t even started yet, and the Dallas Mavericks already own a victory over the Cavaliers. The Mavs, who open the season against Cleveland tonight at 8 at Quicken Loans Arena, Tuesday won a bidding war for free agent big man Juwan Howard, whose contract was bought out Monday by the Read More…