Archive for January 29th, 2013
BEREA — Start printing the T-shirts.
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton arrived with a catchy slogan easy to remember – and repeat. During his introductory news conference Tuesday, Horton found several occasions to fit it into the conversation.
“You need big men who can run and little men who can hit,” he said.
Horton said he spotted …Read More
Mona Lee Pleban, 75, of Grafton Twp., passed away Saturday, January 26, 2013 in Hospice Care Center of Medina County, after a short bout with cancer. She was born August 6, 1937 in Cleveland, living in the Grafton area over 50 years.
She was a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Grafton for …Read More
BRUNSWICK — City Council members say they don’t want the state to regulate oil and gas drilling in Brunswick.
At a Committee-of-the Whole meeting Monday, Council members considered a resolution to voice their disapproval of state laws that give the Ohio Department of Natural Resources the sole right to issue oil and gas drilling permits, including …Read More
MEDINA — City Council on Monday approved expanding the Medina-Montville Township Joint Economic Development District.
The addition runs along state Route 18 between Interstate 71 and Windfall Road.
Council President John Coyne said the expansion does not mean businesses in that area will become part of the district, only that they will have that opportunity.
The JEDD, established …Read More
COLUMBUS — Ohio may force motorists to replace their license plates after seven years.
Currently, drivers are required to replace plates only when the numbers and letters become unreadable. But a budget proposal from the Department of Public Safety would require replacement after seven years.
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reports that the same proposal would also retire …Read More
MEDINA — Al Thomas will become part of another sports hall of fame in March.
Already a member of the Medina County Sports Hall of Fame, the longtime sports editor at The Gazette will be inducted into the Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame during the boys state basketball tournament in Columbus. An exact …Read More
INDEPENDENCE — The rest of the league is starting to realize what Cavaliers fans already know: Kyrie Irving is the real deal.
Irving was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week on Monday after leading the Cavs to a 3-0 record and averaging a league-high 35.7 points.
It’s been awhile since “red-hot” and “Cavaliers” have been used in the same sentence, but it applies right now.
The red-hot Cavaliers have won three straight games and four of their last five as they prepare to host David Lee, Steph Curry and the rest of the Golden State Warriors tonight at Quicken Loans Arena.
The Ohio University women’s swim team is in the midst of a winning streak and freshman Addy Ferguson is a big reason why.
Ferguson, a former Cloverleaf star and Gazette MVP in the sport, has been a standout butterfly and backstroke swimmer for the Bobcats as well as swimming on the freestyle and medley relay units.
The Buckeye girls basketball team’s game Wednesday at Firelands will be broadcast live on WEOL 930-AM.
The Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division showdown will also stream live on weol.com.
The Bucks (8-9, 8-4) have won six of their last seven games to give themselves a slim hope at the division title. Led by 14-point scorer Rachel Holowecky, …Read More