Archive for June 11th, 2013
Kyle Hutchinson, Medina: Junior placed eighth in pole vault at Division I state meet. … Cleared 14 feet in first trip to Columbus and was one of two Medina boys to score at meet. … Runner-up at Amherst Regional with personal-record 14-9. … Older brother Bryan plays soccer at Baldwin Wallace University. …Read More
Things are looking up for Steve Wright. First and foremost, he’s been married to Kaci for 10 years, welcomed his first child, Kadence, into the world on May 30 and lives in a cozy home just east …Read More
CLEVELAND — Indians two-time All-Star closer Chris Perez and his wife pleaded not guilty Monday to misdemeanor possession charges after marijuana was mailed to their home in their dog’s name.
The pleas were sent by fax to suburban Rocky River Municipal Court by their attorneys.
The faxed pleas included a request that a …Read More
ARLINGTON — The Indians losing streak is alive and well.
Texas beat the Tribe 6-3 Monday to hand Cleveland its season-high eighth-straight loss.
The Rangers put a run on the board in the second inning, but the Indians came back to take a 3-1 lead in the middle of the third.
It didn’t last.
Texas tied the game at …Read More
Al Iannazzone | Newsday
MIAMI — LeBron James wasn’t playing up to his usual MVP level Sunday and got a needed assist and a little pep talk from one of his teammates.
And not one of the high-profile ones.
Medina City Council on Monday ruled out any salary increases for its members next year — a decision that will mean fewer retirement benefits for them because of changes in the state pension system.
Councilman Paul Rose, at-large, said foregoing a pay raise was fine with him.
“We’re here to serve the people, we’re not here …Read More
The Ohio Supreme Court is expected to hear oral arguments today in a Medina County case that could clarify whether a company car, cell phone and other employee fringe benefits should count in determining child support payments.
A Medina County resident went to Common Pleas Court in 2010 asking for a reduction in the monthly support …Read More
BRUNSWICK — City Council took the first step Monday toward getting a 1.2-mill road improvement levy on the November ballot.
By a 6-1 vote, Council approved a “resolution of necessity” — to move the issue to the county auditor, who now has 10 days to figure out exactly what the tax would raise.
The resolution also set …Read More
Cups Cafe , a nonprofit group that offers help to at-risk teenagers and whose message is, “serving hope, one cup at a time,” needs a little hope of its own.
The cafe is trying to raise $50,000 by June 21 to buy the building it now rents at 126 N. Court St., Medina, which is up …Read More
MEDINA — A 22-year-old Parma man was found guilty Monday for his part in a rash of thefts in Liverpool Township just before New Year’s Day.
Kyle E. Roberts was accused of breaking into two unattached garages in the 2400 and 2500 blocks of Columbia Road on Dec. 27 or 28.
A Feb. 27 grand …Read More