Archive for May 9th, 2013
The Nexus Gas Transmission line, which would carry natural gas extracted from the Utica shale fields in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio up to Michigan and on into Ontario, is still on the drawing board, but the groundwork already is being laid with local officials.
The proposed natural gas pipeline — being contemplated by a consortium …Read More
A Cleveland man suspected of keeping three women captive inside his decrepit house for a decade was charged Wednesday with kidnapping and rape, accused of holding them under conditions so oppressive that they were allowed outside for only a few moments in disguise and never saw a chance to escape until this week.
Investigators said the …Read More
Thursday, May 2
5:35 p.m. — Nichole M. Reid, 26, 3720 Edgebrook Drive, Apt. 311, Brunswick, charged with driving under suspension, failure to reinstate a driver’s license, no operator’s license and expired plates, and served a warrant from Parma after she was stopped in the 3600 block of Center Road.
6:49 p.m. — Kody L. Schaefer, …Read More
CLEVELAND — The Indians won another game Wednesday night at Progressive Field — at least that’s what the official scorebook says.
With the aid of a controversial call in the ninth inning, Cleveland wrapped up its third straight victory and ninth in 10 games by rallying to turn back the Oakland A’s 4-3.
It was a tainted …Read More
CLEVELAND — The Indians’ players, manager and marketing team are calling Cleveland a “Tribe Town” this year. The attendance figures aren’t supporting as much.
The Indians entered Wednesday night ranked last in the majors by a wide margin, drawing an average of 14,411 fans to Progressive Field over 15 home dates. That is 4,000 fans fewer …Read More