November 25, 2014

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Browns RB Jerome Harrison practiced with team this week

BEREA — Browns running back Jerome Harrison returned to organized team activities this week after skipping the first week, coach Eric Mangini said Thursday morning.
Harrison, one of five restricted free agents who haven’t signed their tenders, wasn’t at practice Thursday but Mangini expects him back next week. He said Harrison had some things to take care [...] Read More…

Mike Brown exits with class as Cavs head coach

INDEPENDENCE — In his first public statement since being fired as coach of the Cavaliers, Mike Brown exhibited the same quality that stood out the most during his five years in charge — class.
“The past five years have been an exceptional experience,” Brown said in a statement released through the Cavaliers on Wednes­day. “I have [...] Read More…

Brown remains class act

INDEPENDENCE —In his first public statement since being fired as coach of the Cavaliers, Mike Brown exhibited the same quality that stood out the most during his five years in charge —class. “The past five years have been an exceptional experience,” Brown said in a statement released through the Cavaliers on Wednesday. “I have been Read More…

Medina set for date with St. Edward

Medina baseball coach Nick Kaplack is so confident in his team he would pit it against King Kong and Godzilla. Today, the Bees will play the Northeast Ohio equiva-lent. Medina, which won its third district championship in six years, will play St. Edward — ranked No. 4 in the latest Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Read More…

Champion Creek needs champions

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Lee Schmid of Granger Township wades across Champion Creek as part of cleanup day June 6, 2009, at Roscoe Ewing Park in Medina. Schmid, a member of the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, teamed with neighborhood residents and members of the Rocky River Watershed Council to patrol the creek for trash. (Gazette file photo) MEDINA — Read More…

Hospital plans expansion

WADSWORTH — Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital is in the first steps of a multimillion-dollar project that will expand its cardiology, orthopedic and geriatric services. For about three years, the hospital board has been evaluating what direction to take, hospital President James Pope said. “We have well over 100 people involved in the process — board members, Read More…

Obituaries for May 27, 2010

Evelyn Lavina Baker Roger Hedrick Robert Kriso Dan M. Lora Cecelia Mohoric Chris Schrecengost II Bonnie J. Thomas Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

White Sox 5, Indians 4: Sox beat Tribe without manager, ace

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

Elyria defeats Midview 2-0

Seventh inning update:
With runners at second and first, a pop up ended Midview’s chances of knocking off neighbor Elyria, which won 2-0.
Sixth inning update:
Midview’s Ann Turner lead off the inning with a single, but was stranded when Kristen Boros got the next three out. Elyria’s Melanie Woodard, back in action after having a cast removed [...] Read More…

Indians notes: Talbot making early bid for AL Rookie of the Year

CLEVELAND – Mitch Talbot is making an early bid for American League Rookie of the Year honors.
Through nine starts, the Indians’ Cinderella story who was acquired this offseason in a trade with Tampa Bay for catcher Kelly Shoppach, has posted a 6-3 record and 3.73 ERA. The win total is tops in the majors among [...] Read More…