August 2, 2014

Medina
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Police arrest 5 suspects in theft of mail

Two bongs sit outside a duplex at 944-2 Dawn Court on Thursday night where Medina police arrested three people suspected in the weekend theft of mail from a collection box behind the Medina Post Office, 303 N. Court St. (Liz Sheaffer / Gazette)

MEDINA — Five people suspected in the theft of mail this weekend from a collection box behind the Medina Post Office were in custody Thursday night. Kourtney Mains, 20, Kyle Mains, 18, and Anthony George, 18, all of 944-2 Dawn Court, and Shawn Shea, 18, of 946 Andrews Road, are in the Medina County Jail Read More…

Yankees 11, Indians 4: Painful night at the park with loss, injuries

CLEVELAND — The Indians lost a game, a starting pitcher and a starting catcher Thursday night at Pro­gressive Field. Talk about a terrible trifecta.
Dropping the series finale in embarrassing fashion to the Yankees, 11-4, Cleveland also saw injuries strike right-hander Mitch Talbot and Carlos Santana, both players leaving the game prematurely.
The lopsided score wasn’t the [...] Read More…

Browns training camp preview: Big issues looming

LeBron James is long gone. The Indians’ chances of contending for a playoff spot left town months earlier.
So the focus of Cleveland — the self-labeled Browns Town — is once again solely on the beloved Browns. The arrival of training camp on Saturday comes just in time to satisfy Northeast Ohio’s hunger for football.
The nation’s [...] Read More…

Wadsworth Crime Waves, July 30

Wadsworth police Friday, July 23 3:48 p.m. — 1000 block Williams Reserve Blvd., two iron grates worth $400 reported stolen. 4:32 p.m. — Troy Lee Lyons, 41, of Barberton, charged with theft for reportedly stealing a grill from Wal-Mart, 222 E. Smokerise Drive. Saturday, July 24 8:09 a.m. — Ryan Foster, 37, of Massillon, charged Read More…

Upgrading the Road: Army sergeant from Lodi works along U.S./Mexico border

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COURTESY PHOTO LEFT: Army Sgt. William C. Patterson Jr., son of William C. Patterson of Lodi, recently was part of an engineer support mission, where he helped repair and upgrade more than 3 miles of all-weather road along the U.S./Mexico border in the San Diego, Calif., sector near the Tecate Port of Entry. Patterson, a Read More…

Cavs’ new guys plan to be fast learners

INDEPENDENCE — Ramon Sessions and Ryan Hollins plan to take the opportunity the Cavaliers have given them and run with it.
And run and run and run with it.
“We’re a high-energy team that likes to get up and down the floor and run,” Hollins said Thursday morning dur­ing an introductory press conference at Cleveland Clinic Courts. [...] Read More…

Medina County Crime Log, July 30

Medina County Prosecutor Dean Holman reports the following people appeared in common pleas court on Thursday: • Daniel Akers, 41, of Brunswick, pleaded not guilty to one count of domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony. A jury trial is scheduled for Sept. 29. • Richard Boreman, 47, of Lodi, pleaded not guilty to one count of Read More…

Cavs notes: Byron Scott adds four to staff

INDEPENDENCE — Turns out Chris Jent didn’t need LeBron James to keep his coaching job with the Cavaliers. Jent, who served as James’ shooting coach in Cleveland but also added other duties under former head coach Mike Brown, was among four assis­tants formally hired Thursday to be on Byron Scott’s staff.
Paul Pressey will serve as [...] Read More…

New guys won’t take it show

INDEPENDENCE —Ramon Sessions and Ryan Hollins plan to take the opportunity the Cavaliers have given them and run with it. And run and run and run with it. “We’re a high-energy team that likes to get up and down the floor and run,” Hollins said Thursday morning during an introductory press conference at Cleveland Clinic Read More…

Jent stays with Cavaliers

INDEPENDENCE — Turns out Chris Jent didn’t need LeBron James to keep his coaching job with the Cavaliers. Jent, who served as James’ shooting coach in Cleveland but also added other duties under former head coach Mike Brown, was among four assistants formally hired Thursday to be on Byron Scott’s staff. Paul Pressey will serve Read More…