October 30, 2014

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Obituaries for May 29, 2010

Elizabeth B. Ford Jeanette K. Polk Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Tribe’s Jake Westbrook still not back, but close

CLEVELAND — Forced into the role out of necessity, Jake Westbrook hasn’t been much of an ace as the Indians’ No. 1 starter this season.
That’s evident by his 2-3 record and 4.78 ERA in 10 starts. What he has been is a pitcher that appears on the right track to recovering from Tommy John surgery [...] Read More…

Mangini says Robiskie’s progress stands out

BEREA — A year later, Brian Robiskie may finally be what many experts declared before the Browns drafted him with the 36th pick.
Ready to contribute in the NFL.
Robiskie was widely billed as the most NFL-ready receiver in the 2009 draft class. He started 32 games at Ohio State with 127 catches, 1,866 yards and 24 [...] Read More…

St. Edward too much for Bees

CANTON — The St. Edward bench stood at the edge of their dugout, waiting for the final out in a game that was decided four innings earlier. Medina made the Eagles wait a few minutes longer, but a pop-up by Nick Martinez with the bases loaded ended the Bees comeback attempt, and their state tournament Read More…

Grove City defeats Brunswick in regionals

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COLUMBUS — Sometimes it’s not the crack of the bat in softball that makes the difference, but the splinter. Brunswick’s 2-0 Columbus Division I Regional semifinal loss to Grove City didn’t come because the Greyhounds overwhelmed the Blue Devils. Thursday’s defeat came because Grove City (26-4) simply played smarter. Grove City’s Taryn Allmon is tagged Read More…

Brunswick drug raids net 31 arrests

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Andrew Harner The Gazette BRUNSWICK — About 75 police officers and special agents pounded on doors and served arrest warrants throughout the city and surrounding communities during a drug roundup Wednesday night. Twenty-one agencies from the area joined forces to attempt to serve 49 warrants for drug-related offenses. By the end of the evening, 31 Read More…

Obituaries for May 28, 2010

Evelyn Lavina Baker Elizabeth B. Ford Robert Kriso Ned W. Place Jeanette K. Polk Darl L. Rush Chris Schrecengost II Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Speed, failure to yield played role in fatal accident

GRANGER TWP. — The Ohio Highway Patrol’s investigation into the accident that killed two Highland students concluded driver Erin Ehrbar failed to yield the right of way, and the only survivor, another a Highland student, was speeding. Lt. Joshua Swindell, commander of the OHP’s Medina post, said while the crash is still being investigated, information Read More…

An update from Browns practice

BEREA — Just got back inside after watching the Browns’ organized team activities practice for 90 minutes. A few observations from the sidelines:
** The offense wasn’t nearly as crisp Thursday as during the practice open to the media last week. There were several drops from receivers, misfires by the quarterbacks and motion penalties.
** Owner Randy Lerner stopped [...] Read More…

White Sox 5, Indians 4: ChiSox ejected, Indians dejected

CLEVELAND — The White Sox didn’t even need their manager or starting pitcher to beat the Indians at Progressive Field on Wednesday afternoon.
Ozzie Guillen and Mark Buehrle were ejected early by first base umpire Joe West after arguing balk calls, but it didn’t hold the Sox back from handing the Indians another loss.
Jake Westbrook worked [...] Read More…