Archive for May 20th, 2013
CLEVELAND — If Indians fans don’t believe in their team now, they may never will.
The majors’ best club since April 20 stayed hot at Progressive Field on Monday afternoon, overcoming a flurry of misfortune to turn back the Mariners 10-8 in 10 innings and complete a four-game sweep of Seattle.
A three-run home run from Yan …Read More
Full text of lawsuit complaint
Press release issued by Stepp’s attorneys
Kiera Manion-Fischer and David Knox
Medina City Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp has filed a federal lawsuit charging school board members and other district officials with breach of contract, defamation and invasion of privacy.
The suit was filed Friday in U.S. District Court, Northern District, in Cleveland.
Named as defendants …Read More
The coach, already a Medina County Sports Hall of Fame inductee, is semi-retired and lives in West Union, W.Va., a town so rural that occasional cell phone service is considered a blessing.
The star pitcher has spent the last 15 years as part of the United States Secret Service, including four working presidential detail for George …Read More
MACEDONIA — Trailing second place by two points heading into the final event, the 4×400-meter relay, Wadsworth’s girls track team knew what it needed to do to earn a share …Read More
CLEVELAND — First-time jitters were non-existent as Hinckley Township’s Cortney Staruch finished fifth at Sunday’s 36th Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon. The 2008 Highland graduate clocked 2 hours, 57 minutes and 45 seconds in her marathon debut.
“I didn’t know what to expect, so I’m very happy,” she said. “I definitely wanted to run 3:15 or under, …Read More
MEDINA — Cloverleaf junior Jacob Dunbar is now a three-time sectional champion.
No. 1 seed Dunbar completed his domination of the Medina Division I Sectional on Saturday with a 6-1, 6-0 triumph over No. 2 seed Aaron Sandberg of Walsh Jesuit.
Dunbar — also a three-time Suburban League first singles champion and MVP — only lost one …Read More
CLEVELAND — It wasn’t the drama-filled frenzy they enjoyed a night earlier, but the Indians walked off with another victory Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field.
After a blown save from closer Chris Perez allowed the Mariners to tie the game in the top of the ninth, Cleveland came back to score the winning run in the …Read More
Can we agree on this? Americans still think alike much of the time, even if our politicians don’t. To get heads nodding, just say something worrisome about the economy or dismissive of Washington. Almost all Americans consider themselves very patriotic, believe in God, value higher education and admire those who get rich through hard work.
Not …Read More
MEDINA — More than three dozen volunteers showed up Saturday to plant a garden that will supply vegetables to help Medina County residents in need.
“We wanted to give back and say thank you,” said Kellie Tester, of Litchfield Township.