July 23, 2014

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James calls rally great

By RICK NOLANDAssistant Sports Editor CLEVELAND — Cavaliers small forward LeBron James enjoyed the free “Last Chance for Change” concert he co-hosted with Jay-Z on Wednesday night at Quicken Loans Arena. The event was a rally for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama. “It was great,” James said Thursday prior to Cleveland’s home opener against Charlotte. Read More…

Gibson leads Cavs past Bobcats

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor CLEVELAND — For one night, anyway, LeBron James was not the difference. His teammates were. With James sitting on the bench for almost eight minutes at the end of the third period and beginning of the fourth, the Cavaliers turned a five-point lead into a 14-point margin and beat Read More…

Colts show they aren’t going home ‘Early’ yet

By ALBERT GRINDLE Staff Writer HUDSON — Cloverleaf’s volleyball team proved Thursday it wasn’t ready to wake up from its dream season quite yet. Fueled by an incredible Game 4 comeback and a legendary performance from Corrin Early, the Colts upended perennial power Mentor 25-19, 14-25, 25-14, 26-24 in a Hudson Division I Regional semifinal. Read More…

Browns’ coaches listened to Lewis

By SCOTT PETRAK Staff Writer BEREA — As the game got away in a seven-minute flurry of interceptions, incompletions and Baltimore touchdowns, Jamal Lewis steamed. After averaging 4.4 yards on nine first-half carries as the Browns took a lead against his former team, Lewis had been relegated to bystander in the pivotal third quarter. So Read More…

Ravas pleads guilty

By ALLISON WOOD Staff Writer MEDINA — The mentally ill man who killed his mother at her Hinckley Township home last year was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to a count of aggravated murder. Patrick Ravas, 27, will be eligible for parole after 25 years, Common Pleas Judge Christopher J. Collier Read More…

1-vehicle crash claims life of Montville man

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MONTVILLE TWP. — A Montville man was killed Wednesday afternoon after his truck went off the side of Wooster Pike. Montville Township Police Department Sgt. Terry Grice investigates the scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident Wednesday in the 7700 block of Wooster Pike in the township. (Andrew Dolph | Staff Photographer) Richard Heysek, 63, Read More…

Election ’08 endorsement editorials

For the 97th Ohio House District: Dave Hall The 97th Ohio House District race pits a 10-year Holmes County commissioner, Republican Dave Hall, against an Ohio State University senior majoring in economics and political science, Democrat Luke Brewer. The seat in the district that includes southern Medina County is being vacated by term-limited Republican Bob Read More…

Brunswick police log

- A McDonald’s employee was charged with theft by deception at 9:30 a.m. Sunday after surveillance video reportedly showed her stealing money from the restaurant. Amy Paletta, 22, of North Royalton, was allegedly seen hiding money in an envelope as it was given to her by customers instead of putting it in the register, taking Read More…

Susan L. Boehm

Susan L. (nee Zabrusky) Boehm, 82, of Medina, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008, in Medina. She was born May 6, 1926, in Vesta, Pa., and was a former cashier. Mrs. Boehm is survived by her son, Christopher (Sandra) Boehm of Medina; daughters, Patricia Poole of Cleveland and Barbara (Perry) Palumbo of Columbus; and grandchildren, Read More…

Douglas Dutt

Douglas “The Baron” Dutt, 54, of Sharon Township, passed away Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008. He was born Feb. 24, 1954, at Medina Community Hospital and was a 1972 graduate of Highland High School. Doug will be greatly remembered for his contagious personality. You usually knew if he was in the room. For most of his Read More…