September 2, 2014

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Olmsted Falls’ Robby Parris gets shot with the Browns

Scott Petrak
The Chronicle-Telegram
BEREA – Robby Parris wasn’t invited to the scouting combine and didn’t get drafted, but he hasn’t given up on his NFL dream.
He’s starting it five minutes from where he grew up.
The Olmsted Falls resident is at Browns rookie minicamp on a tryout. He attended meetings Thursday night, practiced twice Friday and went [...] Read More…

Carmona struggles in loss to Twins

CLEVELAND – For the first time this season, Fausto Carmona looked like the pitcher he was the past two years. That was bad news for him and the Indians, and great news for the Minnesota Twins.
Carmona sputtered early and Cleveland’s offense followed suit. That was all the Central Division-leading Twins needed to take the series [...] Read More…

LeBron to be honored as MVP on Sunday; Stern to present trophy Monday prior to Game 2

INDEPENDENCE – LeBron James, the 2009-10 NBA Most Valuable Player, will likely be in Shaquille O’Neal territory.
Now one of James’ teammates, O’Neal earned the lone MVP award of his illustrious career with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2000, falling one vote shy of being a unanimous selection.
That is the closest any player has ever come [...] Read More…

James says he’s ready to play

INDEPENDENCE — With “Elbowgate” in its third day, Cavaliers small forward LeBron James promised to be on the floor Saturday night in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Boston Celtics. “I will be ready for Game 1 and I will be a productive player,” James said Thursday following a light practice Read More…

Investing in trees

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Medina celebrated Arbor Day on Thursday by raising awareness of a tree’s value to a community and distributing saplings to third-graders. City Parks and Forestry Department employees also posted signs on trees around Public Square that show the monetary and environmental value of each tree. City arborist Jansen Wehrley said he used a program offered Read More…

Second teen dies

GRANGER TWP. — Andrew Ehrbar, 13, who attended Highland Middle School, died Thursday of injuries sustained in the Wednesday morning crash that claimed the life of his sister, Erin, 16. “It is with great sorrow that I must now confirm the passing of Andrew Ehrbar, a seventh-grader at Highland Middle School, who was involved in Read More…

Obituaries for Apr. 30, 2010

Charlotte J. Gagne Julianna Hudacsek Harold G. Rabjohn Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

BREAKING NEWS: Second Highland student dies

GRANGER TWP. — Andrew Ehrbar, 13, who attended Highland Middle School, died today from injuries sustained in the Wednesday morning crash that claimed the life of his sister, Erin, 16. “It is with great sorrow that I must now confirm the passing of Andrew Ehrbar, seventh-grader at Highland Middle School, who was involved in yesterday’s Read More…

Animosity hasn’t resurfaced – yet

CLEVELAND — This much we know: The Cavaliers don’t like the Boston Celtics, and the Celtics don’t like the Cavaliers. That mutual disdain will likely increase when the teams begin a best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series Saturday at Quicken Loans Arena. After wrapping up their first-round series against Chicago in Game 5 on Tuesday at Read More…

York Twp. accident sends 17-year-old to hospital

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YORK TWP. — It took rescue crews nearly an hour Wednesday afternoon to free a 17-year-old Medina County Career Center student from his mangled Chevrolet Trailblazer. Justin Stanton, of Liverpool Township, who was conscious while rescue crews worked to free him, was listed in good condition Wednesday night at Akron General Hospital, a spokeswoman said. Read More…