Archive for July, 2013
BEREA — Major renovations to the former Cleveland Browns Stadium will not begin until after the 2013 season, but fans should experience minor improvements to their game-day experience this fall.
Browns president Alec Scheiner announced a series of changes Monday that are designed to make trips to FirstEnergy Stadium a more pleasant experience than it has …Read More
CLEVELAND — It’s your move, Indians.
Central Division-leading Detroit acquired relief pitcher Jose Veras from the Astros on Monday, as Wednesday’s trading deadline approaches.
Cleveland, which entered the night trailing the Tigers by three games in the division standings, is in the market for a left-handed reliever, but did not appear close to a deal.
The Indians have …Read More
Matthew Doyle | The Gazette
MEDINA — Bill Marrett wasn’t the fan favorite on Monday night at the 80’s and Newer Demolition Derby, but he left the 2013 …Read More
CLEVELAND — Just about the time it appears Jason Giambi should turn the page and call it a career, he does something like he did Monday night at Progressive Field.
Scuffling at the plate and with few opportunities over the past two months, Giambi came through when the Indians needed him most, clouting a pinch-hit solo …Read More
MEDINA — City police have a new way to inform residents about what’s going on in their neighborhoods.
Medina police are using an online crime map called RAIDS Online — www.raidsonline.com — that maps and analyzes crime data and alerts residents about crimes in their neighborhoods.
“An informed community is our best defense against crime,” Mayor Dennis …Read More
BRUNSWICK — City Council members hoped to approve the $1.8 million sale of city property at a special meeting Monday night, but with only five members in attendance, they didn’t have enough members to waive state law requiring three readings of all legislation.
The city plans to sell 18 acres of land at the south end …Read More
MEDINA — A 46-year-old man convicted in 2007 of conspiring with 11 others to operate marijuana grow houses in and around Brunswick had his 13-year prison sentence reduced by five years Monday.
Medina County Common Pleas Judge James L. Kimbler cut Khuong V. Hoang’s prison time at a resentencing hearing. The resentencing was ordered by the …Read More
MEDINA — Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a Parma man accused of unintentionally hitting two Montville Township homes with assault rifle bullets through woods in January.
R. Daniel Volpone, 45, pleaded not guilty in March to a charge of firing a gun over a public road, a third-degree felony punishable by up to …Read More