Archive for July 9th, 2013
Wadsworth High School and the attached Wadsworth Community Center were evacuated Tuesday after an accidental mix of chemicals created toxic chlorine gas.
Wadsworth fire, police and emergency medical service personnel responded to the incident at the center’s recreation portion managed by the Akron-area YMCA, 623 School Drive, at about 2 p.m. The Medina County HazMat team …Read More
CLEVELAND — Andrew Bynum hasn’t played in an NBA game since May 21, 2012, but he remains one of the most coveted centers in the league.
Not surprisingly, the 7-footer with chronic knee problems also sits atop the Cavaliers’ offseason wish list.
CLEVELAND — The Indians kept Max Scherzer from continuing his winning ways, but they couldn’t prevent the Tigers from taking a key series at Progressive Field.
Scherzer entered the game with victories in his first 13 decisions of the season, but he departed after seven innings and the game tied. Still, the right-hander’s teammates picked him …Read More
MEDINA — In the midst of a run to five straight Ohio Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association Final Fours, Medina’s girls lacrosse team has had its share of All-American players.
From Nikki Boltja to Katie Keefe and Sydney Thomas, just to name a few, the Bees have gained national attention.
You can add Sierra Thomas to that …Read More
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has faced uncertain times since the FBI and IRS raided the Knoxville, Tenn., headquarters of Pilot Flying J on April 15.
Haslam has once again sought to bring some clarity to at least part of the situation — his future with the Browns.
A spokesman for Haslam said Monday that Haslam has no …Read More
CLEVELAND — Vinnie Pestano’s season on the brink continued in earnest Monday.
Prior to the series finale with Detroit, manager Terry Francona announced that Pestano, one of the American League’s top setup men for the past two seasons, would no longer hold down the eighth-inning role.
Medina City Council voted 6-1 on Monday to raise the pay for the mayor and finance director.
The ordinance calls for the mayor’s salary to rise from $73,820.50 to about $80,000 and the finance director’s salary to increase from $82,341.22 to about $85,000 by 2017.
Councilman Mark Kolesar, 3rd Ward, was the only …Read More
MEDINA — A Brunswick man was convicted of burglary and assault Monday after pleading guilty to breaking into a Chippewa Lake home and attacking the occupants in December.
Jason Donelon, 19, of 1650 Rocklyn Drive, was set to go to trial Monday on two counts of aggravated burglary and kidnapping, first-degree felonies, and second-degree felonious assault.
Medina County officials are questioning an Ohio attorney general’s ruling limiting how much the state will pay to demolish blighted housing.
The May ruling by Attorney General Mike DeWine means some property owners could be on the hook to pay consulting fees that county officials expected to be covered under a contract DeWine’s office signed last …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Voters will decide a 20-year, 1.2-mill road levy on the November ballot, but what projects might be covered hasn’t been determined.
City Council members voted 7-2 Monday night to approve legislation authorizing the levy, with members Ron Falconi, at-large and Anthony Capretta, 4th Ward, voting against it.
The levy is expected to bring in about …Read More