Archive for July 19th, 2013
They aren’t in first place, but it was nonetheless a successful first half for the Indians, who pulled into the All-Star break seven games over .500 and trailing two-time defending Central Division champion Detroit by just 1½ games. Their 51 wins accounted for the most prior to the break since 2007, which, coincidentally or not, …Read More
CLEVELAND — Free agent center Andrew Bynum will officially be introduced as a member of the Cavaliers this morning.
Cleveland general manager Chris Grant has scheduled an 11 a.m. press conference at Cleveland Clinic Courts to unveil his biggest offseason acquisition. The 7-foot Bynum was an NBA All-Star in 2012 while playing for the Lakers.
STRONGSVILLE — Scott Ward hasn’t been in charge of Brunswick’s girls soccer program since 2008, but he never really left it, either.
Ward has been involved with the Blue Devils travel program before rejoining the high school staff last fall as its junior varsity coach.
GULLANE, Scotland — A blue sky and a gentle breeze usually means ripe scoring conditions at the British Open. Just not on the brown links of Muirfield.
Zach Johnson handled it better than anyone Thursday. Helped along by a 45-foot eagle putt and only one bogey despite trouble lurking around every pot bunker, Johnson had a …Read More
MEDINA — Sometimes you just know.
That was the feeling Medina soccer player Bri Shingary had after making her official visit to Cleveland State University on Wednesday.
The newly remodeled downtown campus, proximity to home, scholarship offer and the fact her older sister, Haleigh, is already on the team made the school appealing.
So when CSU …Read More
BEREA — Browns fans will have the opportunity to emulate their football heroes when the team opens training camp next week.
The team announced Thursday it will set up a “mini training camp” alongside its practice fields, allowing adults and youths to participate in drills and activities similar to what Cleveland’s players will be going through.
Mini …Read More
Brunswick and Brunswick Hills Township leaders say they are interested in talking about working together on economic development, including possibly forming a joint economic development district.
A joint economic development district, or JEDD, would allow the township to more easily access city water for development and to share income tax revenues from business development in …Read More
A hummingbird has decided to raise her family, nestled in a maple tree, outside a Brunswick Hills Township home.
Patti …Read More
MEDINA — A 20-year-old Brunswick woman will spend three months on house arrest and three years on probation for stealing family heirlooms from a neighbor’s home.
Shannon Willoughby, of 1271 Old Eagle Drive, pleaded guilty May 30 to burglary, a fourth-degree felony, as part of a plea deal.
She originally was charged with second-degree burglary …Read More
SEVILLE — Despite detour signs along main highways, semitrailers are getting stuck in a neighborhood along state Route 3 and residents are not happy.
On July 8, the Ohio Department of Transportation closed the bridge on Route 3 south of the Interstate 76 entrance ramps for 60 days for repairs.
Tory Lyon, of 56 W. Main St., …Read More