Archive for February 8th, 2013
MEDINA — City …Read More
Gov. John Kasich’s proposed school funding formula contains some good news for Medina County’s city school districts and not so much for the rural ones.
Three out of seven Medina County school districts could see funding increases based on Kasich’s proposed formula, according to spreadsheets released Wednesday by the Ohio Office of Budget and Management.
MEDINA — A 17-year-old Lodi boy was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison for stabbing three members of his family in April.
Alexander R. Nemeth, of 124 Evergreen Drive, pleaded guilty the same morning to two first-degree felony charges of attempted murder and one second-degree felony charge of felonious assault as part of a …Read More
A mix of rain and snow is expected to impact Medina County late this morning, according to a National Weather Service report.
Rain and snow showers are expected to transition to snow showers by this afternoon, the report states. Overall snow accumulation is predicted to be less than 1 inch.
Today’s high temperature should reach 37 degrees …Read More
Rob Chudzinski’s first project as Browns coach is complete. He filled out his staff Thursday, adding five assistant coaches.
Ken Flajole will coach inside linebackers, and John Settle running backs. Chris DiSanto and Derik Keyes were hired as assistant strength and conditioning coaches, and Steve Gera will be special assistant to the head coach.
The Indians signed Mike Aviles to a two-year contract Thursday to keep their arbitration streak intact, but the club’s designated hitter direction still remains unclear.
Cleveland has not signed a replacement for longtime DH Travis Hafner and could enter the season without a roster spot devoted to the position on a fulltime basis. …Read More
AKRON — All swimmers care about at this time of year is reaching goals.
After winning the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division, Brunswick’s girls team is just getting started with what it wants to accomplish.
While a championship can sometimes make a team lose a little of the fire that got them the title, it …Read More
Trying to figure out how the seeding for the Copley Division I District is going to shake out Sunday afternoon is a headache.
Eleven of the 12 teams are .500 or better entering tonight’s action, including seven with 11 or more wins.
A year ago, Cloverleaf’s Marc Heidelman was nursing an elbow injury that sidelined him for the entire season. Last weekend, he was standing atop the podium as a Suburban League champion.
What a difference a year makes.
The junior used his unconventional style to roll through the SL’s 132-pound bracket en route to his …Read More
LYNDHURST — The Brunswick bowling teams wrapped up Northeast Ohio Conference action Wednesday with a sweep of Brush.
Mitch Andzelik led the Brunswick boys team to a 2,098-1,851 win with a team-leading 480 series (234-246). Zack Miller helped the cause with a 432 series (187-245) for the Blue Devils (17-1).
Emily Skonier bowled a 263 series (127-136) …Read More