Archive for January 16th, 2013
MEDINA TWP. — A Quaker Steak & Lube restaurant is coming to Medina County and bringing 110 jobs with it.
The restaurant, to be in a remodeled former Steak ’n Shake eatery at 4094 Pearl Road, is scheduled to open March 6.
Job applications are being taken at the restaurant and at www.thelube.com.
Restaurant general manager Alex Diiorio …Read More
When Hotshot, a 12-year-old Labrador, became seriously ill in 2007, his owners realized they had a dilemma to face: Was it time?
“When he stopped eating, we decided he had had enough,” Robin Walker said.
WESTFIELD TWP. — Once Buckeye’s boys basketball team gets this whole play-a-complete-game thing down, it’s going to very, very hard to beat.
In the meantime, the Bucks continue to win because they’ve figured out the other Rubik’s Cube known as a pressure-packed fourth quarter. Cloverleaf found out Tuesday as Buckeye pulled away 62-50 in non-league action.
BARBERTON — The Wadsworth boys basketball team finally got the signature win it was looking for Tuesday night.
Down 11 early in the fourth quarter, the Grizzlies got solid contributions from a number of players as they battled back to record a thrilling 61-60 non-league victory over a very good Barberton team.
COLUMBUS — Area wrestling fans have always argued over which team is the best in the state.
Now, bragging rights will be settled in the form of the inaugural State Duals Tournament. The schedule was announced Tuesday.
Wadsworth earned the No. 2 seed in Division-I, Region 2-B, losing the top seed to Barberton on a tiebreaker. …Read More
CLEVELAND — CEO Joe Banner hasn’t completed the first wave of interviews for the Browns’ general manager job and wouldn’t disclose the names of the “half dozen” candidates on the short list.
But Banner acknowledged having a front-runner and said the ability to scout is the most important quality.
“We want our player personnel department …Read More
Six weeks ago, Rachel Frisby predicted that Wadsworth’s gymnastics team was on the verge of a breakthrough season.
The Grizzlies have already proven their second-year coach to be correct.
Wadsworth is off to a great start — winning five of its first six meets — and is tied for second place in the North East …Read More
CHESTER TWP. — The Black River boys basketball team’s losing streak reached 31 games Tuesday with an 81-33 non-league defeat to Northwestern.
The Pirates (0-11), who trailed 47-13 at halftime, were led by a career-high 13 points from guard Jerod England.
Malachi Nolletti’s game-high 19 points led the Huskies (8-5).
In other games:
Middle school PAC Tournament
YORK TWP. — …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The organizers of Brunswick Old Fashioned Days have announced a new name and date for the annual summer festival.
The newly dubbed Brunswick Summer Celebration will be held the first week of July.
BRUNSWICK — Ohio Patriot Moms is looking for some new recruits.
The group, a chapter of Blue Star Mothers of America, is based in Brunswick but hopes to enlist new members among military families from throughout Medina County.
Blue Star Mothers groups include mothers of active-duty military members and those who have been honorably discharged.
But you don’t …Read More