Archive for December 3rd, 2012
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By Loren Genson and David Knox
BRUNSWICK — A 39-year-old man who held off police for 30 hours is dead — shot multiple times by SWAT team officers, according to Brunswick Police Chief Carl DeForest.
The standoff at …Read More
BRUNSWICK — City Council will meet today to discuss the 2013 budget, which calls for for spending $26 million — about $1 million more than last year.
Finance Director Jeff Fischer, who will present the budget to Council, said the city is in better shape than in the period from 2002 to 2009, when the city …Read More
By Josh Dubow
OAKLAND, Calif. — Nursing a three-point lead and backed up to the shadow of his own goal post, rookie Brandon Weeden engineered a touchdown drive that gave the Cleveland Browns a happy plane ride home for a change and hope for a much brighter future.
WADSWORTH — It was as swift as it was stunning.
The Wadsworth girls basketball team had Twinsburg on the ropes Saturday with a two-possession lead in the fourth quarter. The Grizzlies were standing tall against the two-time Division I state champion, and, at the time, had the best player on the floor in point guard Rachel …Read More
CLEVELAND — Unhappy with his team’s performance early in its game against Normandy in the Cavaliers High School Hoops Showcase on Sunday, Medina coach Chris Hassinger pressed the reset button.
Hassinger pulled all five starters just 2:45 in and sat them for the majority of the first quarter.
SULLIVAN TWP. — Like any typical high school coach on opening night, Black River boys coach Cynthia Berry was nervous.
Put aside the fact she entered the history books as the school’s first female head boys coach Saturday night against Rittman, or the fact she’s one of just three women in the state to lead OHSAA …Read More
BROADVIEW HTS. — Keep on chucking.
That’s exactly what Brecksville forward Mark Chrzanowski did as his late 3-pointer led the Bees to a 42-40 non-league win over Highland on Saturday.
Chrzanowski (16 points, 5 rebounds) was cold as ice from behind the arc, missing his first seven 3-point attempts before finally burying the game-winner with …Read More
COPLEY TWP. — Five wrestlers posted undefeated records Saturday as Brunswick’s wrestling team dominated the Ken Briggs Memorial Tournament at Copley.
Behind sophomore 138-pounder Austin Fallon, the Blue Devils posted wins over Carrollton (46-28), Woodridge (43-22), Hudson (56-12), Maple Heights (45-28) and the host Indians (64-6) to take home the team trophy at the …Read More
MEDINIA — The city Police Department is launching a new program, called Operation House Call, aimed at taking care of senior citizens living alone.
“Our seniors built this community, now it is our chance to give back to them,” Mayor Dennis Hanwell said. “Many of our seniors are alone. Family members are out of …Read More
Harrisville Township trustees, regular meeting, 8 p.m., township hall, 209 Railroad St., Lodi.
Hinckley Township trustees, regular meeting, 7 p.m., township administration building, 1410 Ridge Road.
Lodi Village Council, regular meeting, 7 p.m., village hall, 108 Ainsworth St.
Medina City Council, special meeting concerning health insurance coverage of employees, 5:15 p.m., city hall, multipurpose room, 132 N. Elmwood …Read More