Archive for July 12th, 2013
CLEVELAND — If it was just one spot start and back to the minors for right-hander Danny Salazar, he has left a lasting impression.
Promoted from Triple-A Columbus to start the series finale with Toronto on Thursday afternoon, Salazar offered up a brilliant major league debut, helping the Indians to a 4-2 win at Progressive Field.
CANTON — Anytime you can limit mistakes on the golf course, the better the result.
Westfield Center’s Parker Hewit proved that as he put together a consistent round Thursday at the Ohio Amateur Championship and finds himself four shots off the lead heading into today’s final round at Brookside Country Club.
“Those boring rounds of …Read More
WESTFIELD CENTER — The practice facilities at Westfield Group Country Club are no secret.
The course opened its top-notch driving range and chipping/putting areas to the Medina County Achievement Center Special Olympics Golf League on Monday.
COLUMBUS — Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee took his time apologizing for remarks he made that were critical of the University of Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools, among several of his targets during off-the-cuff comments last year, records show.
Although university trustees directed Gee in a March 11 letter to …Read More
CLEVELAND — Though he is expected to be optioned back to Triple-A Columbus today, it’s a safe bet Indians fans haven’t seen the last of Danny Salazar.
The 23-year-old right-hander from the Dominican Republic got his first opportunity on the major league level in his debut Thursday afternoon at Progressive Field.
He made it count.
“That’s a major …Read More
Cami Cornett knows what it means to have good neighbors. When friends of the 36-year-old hotel manager and mother of two learned about her struggle with breast cancer, they banded together to donate their proceeds to her from the annual Cobblestone Park neighborhood garage sale, going on today and Saturday in Montville Township.
“I don’t even …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Chicken and rooster owners in the city have a reason to crow.
City Council members killed legislation Thursday that would have limited chicken ownership to lots greater than 1.5 acres.
At Council’s Building and Building Code Committee meeting Thursday night, Chairman Anthony Capretta, 4th Ward, and member Ron Falconi, at-large, said they have no interest …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick school board plans to move forward with a two-year, 4.9-mill operating levy request on the November ballot.
Treasurer Patrick East said the district still is looking at a budget shortfall by the end of the 2013-14 school year, but the state’s two-year budget approved at the end of June provides more funding …Read More
In the wake heavy storms and strong winds Wednesday, the Medina County Auditor’s Office is reminding property owners that they can claim a reduction in taxable property value as a result of damaged or destroyed buildings.
This benefit might apply to flooded basements and other incidences not covered by insurance, according to a news release from …Read More
MEDINA — A judge on Thursday allowed a recent Medina High School graduate to be released from jail, where he’s been held since he was accused of setting fire to the school’s Performing Arts Center last month.
Davon L. Phillips, 19, was picked up Thursday from the Medina County Jail by his mother, Ola Phillips, who …Read More