November 25, 2014

Medina
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Seville hosts party

By ALLISON WOOD Staff Writer SEVILLE — The village’s annual Labor Day party Monday afternoon will include kids’ games, a dog show and a “pumpkin roll” walk at Stanhope Park. “It’s a way to spend the last remnants of summer,” said Paul Hoskinson, one of the organizers. Sponsored by the Seville VFW post, the free Read More…

Construction under way

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Adam Rupp (left) and Joe Heath work Thursday morning at the construction site of the new TLC Store on state Route 3 in Montville Township. Craig Simmons of Simmons Brothers Construction said the store is scheduled to be open for business this fall. (Shirley Ware | Photo Editor)

County police log

Brunswick Hills Township – A resident of the 860 block of Seasons Pass Drive reported someone stole his bicycle out of his garage between 3 and 4 p.m. Aug. 20. Hinckley Township – Someone stole a golf cart from Valleaire Golf Club, 6969 Boston Road, Aug. 8. The cart was in the inventory in the Read More…

Manco steps up and delivers

By BRAD BOURNIVAL Staff Writer Ricky Manco never wanted to be the man with the golden gun, but when you’re QB One at Brunswick High School, it comes with the territory. Faced with the unenviable task of following in the footsteps of first-team All-Ohio quarterbacks Anthony Lanzara and Sean Bedevelsky, Manco is next in line Read More…

Cheers & Chidings

CHEERS: to volunteers in Liverpool Township who are collecting local stories to create an updated township history book in time for the community’s bicentennial in 2010. “… You’ve got these people around you whose stories are absolutely amazing,” said bicentennial committee co-director and publication chairwoman Kim Grieco. “It’s discovering those little treasures that’s incredible.” If Read More…

Browns show some promise

By S COTT PETRAK Staff Writer CLEVELAND — The Browns finished a winless preseason Thursday, but the night was far from a complete loss. The starters played well enough to allow fans to press pause on the panic button, and even earned a compliment from coach Romeo Crennel. That qualifies as a win in this Read More…

Quinn finds rhythm vs.the Bears

By BRIAN DULIK Staff Writer Forget about the final score, the Pro Bowl players wearing street clothes, and the lackluster atmosphere on Thursday evening at Cleveland Browns Stadium. None of that truly mattered — or will matter going forward. The most pressing issue for the Browns on this night was having Brady Quinn perform at Read More…

Injured Browns offer support from sideline

By BRIAN DULIK Staff Writer CLEVELAND — Quarterback Derek Anderson and wide receivers Braylon Edwards and Joe Jurevicius returned to the field, literally, on Thursday night. Though none of them played in the Browns’ preseason finale against the Chicago Bears, they were on the grass surface at Cleveland Browns Stadium, supporting their teammates. It marked Read More…

Buckeye blows big lead against Dukes

By ADAM FERRISE Special to The Gazette YORK TWP. — Buckeye, already in the midst of a trying season, added another frustrating game to its resume Wednesday. After jumping out to a 3-0 lead, the Bucks’ boys soccer team yielded five unanswered goals and succumbed to Wellington 5-3 at Alumni Stadium in Patriot Athletic Conference Read More…

Rick-o-chet rants

Got a fantasy football draft to get to, so let’s take a quick Rick-o-chet around the world of sports and start praying I get one of the top five picks: The Tribe’s recent surge has been impressive, but does anyone else fear it will create a lot of false optimism among fans — not to Read More…