Archive for October, 2012
WADSWORTH — City police are seeking assistance in determining who set fire to two pickup trucks in a parking lot of a downtown business.
Lt. Rob Wyrick, of the Wadsworth Police Department, …Read More
By Loren Genson, Kiera Manion-Fischer and Steve Grazier
Editor’s note: As of 10 a.m. today, there are 103 customers without power in Medina County, according to First Energy’s website.
Medina County was pounded with high winds and drenching rain courtesy of superstorm Sandy. But property damage was minimal compared to areas to the north.
Streams and creeks ran …Read More
Editor’s note: The Ohio Department of Transportation reports that all state routes in Medina County are open.
Parts of five Medina County roads were closed Tuesday because of high water and high winds from superstorm Sandy’s rainfall, and 17 more roads are at risk of closing, according to county officials.
Sections of the following county roads were …Read More
CLEVELAND — Cavaliers coach Byron Scott said center Anderson Varejao “must be a nightmare” for other teams to prepare for.
Power forward Tristan Thompson called the wild-haired Brazilian “a horse.”
And point guard Kyrie Irving said it is “the greatest feeling in the …Read More
MACEDONIA — While Medina’s boys soccer team earned its first trip to regionals since 2007 Saturday with a stout defensive effort, it knows it needs to create more chances offensively to move on.
The Bees had just three shots on goal in the Brunswick Division I District title-clinching 1-0 victory over Highland, but realize if they …Read More
ROCKY RIVER — The Medina girls soccer team’s Division I regional semifinal with Westlake has been rescheduled for Thursday at Rocky River.
Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.
The Bees (12-5-2), who are playing in their first regional game since 2009, lost to the Demons (11-6-1) 2-1 earlier this season.
CLEVELAND — Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert learned a few things when his franchise lost superstar LeBron James through free agency in July 2010.
One, make sure you get something of value in return.
Two, don’t make guarantees.
Gilbert revisited that fateful summer while meeting with the media Tuesday night at Quicken Loans Arena prior to his …Read More
The 9-to-1 punt-to-touchdown ratio Sunday against the Chargers was as miserable as the weather that played a starring role in the struggles.
The 20 points in the last two games aren’t nearly enough, and the Browns could be considered lucky to have split the decisions.
The offensive stats are improved from 2011, but most still rank in …Read More
MEDINA — OK, so it might not be your mother’s way of raising money for breast cancer research.
Maybe your father’s?
A local car repair shop advertised …Read More
A Cleveland man was sentenced to 24 years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty last month to molesting five boys — including one at a Medina County campground.
Darin Casper, 49, also pleaded guilty to 150 counts involving child pornography.
In addition to the prison term, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Robert McClelland ordered Casper to pay …Read More