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Archives for February 2010

Bengals’ Lewis discusses Rey Maualuga’s DUI

INDIANAPOLIS — The first question asked of Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis on Friday at the NFL scouting combine was about linebacker Rey Maualuga, who is expected to check into the Betty Ford Clinic after pleading guilty to drunk driving.
“Obviously we’re disappointed in what occurred,” Lewis said. “I think Rey has really taken some dramatic […] Read More…

Sheriff issues Level 2 road advisory

The Medina County sheriff has issued a Level 1 road advisory for Medina County. Roadways are hazardous with blowing/drifting snow, and roadways are icy. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out on the roadways. Contact your employer to see if you should report to work.

Gas station broken into

GRANGER TWP. — Two men suspected of breaking into a Marathon gas station early Thursday are in custody after setting their vehicle on fire and fleeing. At 12:48 a.m., Trooper John Beeler of the Ohio Highway Patrol noticed a Pontiac Grand Prix parked next to the front door of the Marathon at state Route 94 Read More…

Obituaries for Feb. 26, 2010

There were no obituaries for today. Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Browns’ Holmgren says relationship with Mangini evolving

INDIANAPOLIS — Browns president Mike Holmgren was stopped in the hallway Thursday afternoon by some in the national media and asked about the somewhat surprising decision to retain Eric
“Honestly, he reminds me a little of myself when I first started,” said Holmgren, who’s scheduled to formally address the media Friday. “And every day has […] Read More…

‘Z’ gets buyout, could decide by this weekend

According to the Washington Post and ESPN.com, former Cavaliers center Zydrunas Ilgauskas has reached a contract buyout agreement with the Wizards and could make a decision where he will play by this weekend.
Cleveland, Denver, Utah, Dallas and Atlanta are pursuing the 34-year-old center, who reportedly gave back between $1 million and $1.5 million of his […] Read More…

NFL scouting combine set to begin

The CT’s Scott Petrak is at the NFL combine in Indianapolis waiting for the interviews to begin with the draft-eligible players.
On the schedule today are offensive linemen, tight ends, kickers, punters and long snappers. The Browns are in the market for a starting tight end and right tackle, neither of which is likely with the No. […] Read More…

Cavs are putting it all together

A week after they traded for Antawn Jamison, here are 10 things I think about the Cavaliers, who play in Boston tonight against the Celtics: I think Jamison is a good addition, but his presence makes the Cavaliers a much different team: Imagine you’re LeBron James and you’ve played your whole career with power forwards Read More…

Robbery suspect crashes 2 cruisers

MEDINA — A city man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a Sunday night robbery at a Stop-N-Go at Lafayette and Lake roads. Ryan Johnson, 27, a resident of the Medina Motel on Lafayette Road, was injured fleeing the store when his vehicle was involved in a crash with two police cruisers, which also sent Read More…

Obituaries for Feb. 25, 2010

Eileen M. Harris Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/