Archive for March 11th, 2013
INDEPENDENCE — Kyrie Irving’s latest injury could end his season.
The Cavaliers announced Monday that their point guard would miss three to four weeks with a sprained left shoulder suffered Sunday in a 100-96 loss in Toronto.
Perhaps no amateur athlete is more committed to his or her sport or dedicated to improving his or her skill than a golfer. If you have a golfer in your life, you may have already given up on giving golf-related gifts because they usually nab the latest…
Few hobbies can be as enjoyable one moment and as frustrating the next as golf. Golfers know a great putt can be quickly followed by a bad tee shot, and maintaining their composure through the highs and lows of the game is a key to success on the links…
Adults who play golf know just how fun and frustrating the game can be. Whether you’re a veteran golfer or someone just learning the links, golf can be challenging. But as exacting as the game can be, it also can be just as rewarding, even for ki…
MEDINA — John Leatherman, president of the Medina City Teachers Association, expects the members of his union to approve a tentative contract even though it provides no increase in wages except for “step” hikes for years of experience and additional college course credits.
“If I were to place a wager,” he said, “I think we will …Read More
By Bill Roser Jr.
MONTVILLE TWP. — At 18, Deanna Dague-Harris drove a stick-shift school bus for Medina City Schools.
Today — 27 years later — she’s still responsible for transporting vulnerable people.
But instead …Read More
SEVILLE — Village residents might be getting some tax money back — if some officials have their way.
Public Affairs Board President Kieran O’Rourke said he’s urging Seville Village Council to return kilowatt-hour tax bills to village electricity customers instead of applying the money to the general fund like it is now.
He said that’s …Read More
NORWALK — They were so close they could almost feel the hardwood floor of the Jerome Schottenstein Center beneath their feet.
When the final buzzer sounded, they felt the tears rolling down their cheeks instead.
By Chad Grant
NORWALK — In the Wadsworth girls basketball team’s 43-39 loss to Toledo Notre Dame Academy in the Norwalk Division I Regional championship game, two players turned in big performances for the Grizzlies in separate situations.
McKenzie O’Brien helped Wadsworth (25-3) enter the half with the lead and Haley Hassinger kept the Grizzlies …Read More
A week after spending most of his time in bed attempting to shake off flu-like symptoms, Steele Wasik showed no signs of being sick Saturday afternoon at the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City.
The Medina resident and St. Edward High junior placed fifth in the pentathlon to earn All-American status in front of …Read More