Archive for June 18th, 2013
MEDINA — Traffic signals are out along Pearl Road from Hillview Way to Fenn Road.
Drivers are cautioned that an out traffic light becomes a four-way stop.
CLEVELAND — The Indians finally got a quality outing from Carlos Carrasco and did nothing to reward the right-hander.
With Carrasco pitching better than he has in more than two seasons on the big league level, Cleveland couldn’t support its pitcher, falling 2-1 Monday night in the series opener with Central Division rival Kansas City.
Editor’s note: The following is the first of four stories examining players the Cavaliers might select with the first pick in the NBA Draft.
There isn’t a lot of middle ground with Nerlens Noel.
There are things to love about the 6-foot-11¾ big man, who could go to the Cavaliers with the No. 1 pick in the …Read More
MIAMI — LeBron James has been here before, with dire results.
It was two years ago, the end of the first season of “Big Three” basketball in Miami. The situation: Heat down 3-2, hosting Game 6 of the NBA Finals, only two home wins separating it from what would have been James’ first title.
James had …Read More
ARDMORE, Pa. — The most recent golden era of golf in England had everything but the one prize that brings credibility: a major championship.
Lee Westwood and Luke Donald reached No. 1 in the world. Ian Poulter turned into a rock star in the Ryder Cup. There was a strong supporting cast that included Paul Casey. …Read More
It took two playoffs holes, but Tyler Grabowski was able to record his first big summer win.
The Medina resident parred to win the Cleveland U.S. Kids Tour Championship earlier this month at Shawnee Hills Golf Course in Bedford.
After firing a 73, Grabowski was tied with Solon’s Ben Foltz. The two parred the first playoff hole …Read More
CLEVELAND — A sore left shoulder may plague Nick Swisher the rest of the season, but it isn’t enough to land him on the disabled list at this point.
Manager Terry Francona said Swisher underwent an MRI on Sunday and received a cortisone injection Monday, and that there were no structural changes to a shoulder that …Read More
MEDINA — Failure to pass a Medina City Schools levy in November would mean drastic cutbacks, including closing Heritage Elementary School and grouping grade levels at each building.
That’s the message interim Superintendent David Knight presented the school board Monday night.
MEDINA — The driver involved in the county’s first traffic fatality of the year has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.
Mateo Ralios, 20, also was charged with aggravated vehicular assault and receiving stolen property.
The car he was driving, a Ford Fusion, had been reported stolen.
The charges were filed in Medina Municipal Court Thursday. …Read More