Archive for August 9th, 2013
HUDSON — Jared Toom shot a 3-over-par 75 Thursday at Hudson Country Club as the Brunswick boys golf team tied for seventh at the prestigious Hudson Explorer Classic.
St. Edward won the 22-team event with a 302, with medalist Joey Krecic leading the way with a 72. Dublin Jerome was four shots behind and Walsh Jesuit …Read More
MEDINA — A 37-year-old Akron man awaiting trial in the Summit County Jail on almost 20 charges of breaking and entering couldn’t enter a plea in Medina County on Thursday because he wasn’t there.
James Kilmire is being held in Summit County on 10 percent of a $25,000 bond. He faces 18 breaking and …Read More
CLEVELAND — Chris Owens’ bid to win the starting cornerback spot opposite Joe Haden hit a bump in the road.
Owens was slated to start Thursday night vs. the Rams in the preseason opener but was a surprise scratch with a foot injury. He took the first-team repetitions in practice Wednesday and appeared fine. He isn’t …Read More
An advocate for families who lost loved ones in drunken driving accidents doesn’t spend much time in Medina County. That’s because there are fewer serious accidents involving drugs and alcohol here than in surrounding areas.
Julie Leggett, executive director of Mother’s Against Drunk Driving’s Northeast Ohio affiliate, spoke to members of law enforcement agencies throughout the …Read More
BRUNSWICK — In just two shorts seasons, Macey Juguilon has established herself as one of the top attacking center midfielders in the area.
That’s something that quickly caught the eye of Ohio University.
The Brunswick junior made her verbal commitment to the Mid-American Conference school this month and became one of the first players recruited …Read More
WADSWORTH — City officials hope to have a piece of Wadsworth history back in time for next year’s bicentennial celebration, but they need the help of another Ohio city.
Mayor Robin Laubaugh said Wadsworth’s Bicentennial Committee is trying to return a historic and beloved statue, known as the “Boy with the Boot,” to downtown.
The statue disappeared …Read More
CLEVELAND — There was no fairy tale finish for the Indians on Thursday night at Progressive Field — just the final chapter of a nightmarish story.
Central Division-leading Detroit put the finishing touches on a four-game sweep, throttling Cleveland 10-3 behind another offensive onslaught and a stifling outing from Cy Young frontrunner Max Scherzer.
The victory capped …Read More
MEDINA — Greg Hannan, community development director for seven years, said goodbye to Medina last Friday.
Hannan has accepted a job as city planning director for Hudson, where he lives.
“He did a great job for us. We’re very pleased with his work and he was a great part of the management team here,” Mayor Dennis Hanwell …Read More
CLEVELAND — Sorry, Chud, they won’t all go this smoothly.
In his unofficial debut as a head coach Thursday night, Rob Chudzinski saw quarterback Brandon Weeden silence his many doubters, pint-sized running back Dion Lewis prove he’s more than a training camp sensation and Travis Benjamin make life without Joshua Cribbs more palatable.
Oh, yeah, Chudzinski got …Read More
Saturday, Aug. 3
2:05 a.m. — Jenny A. Al-Jammal, 46, 314 E. Bergey St., Wadsworth, arrested on failure-to-appear warrant during domestic dispute.
5:37 p.m. — High and Prospect streets, juvenile found in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Sunday, Aug. 4
11:35 a.m. — 200 block High St., Tina Burmeister, 33, Uniontown, charged with possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
8:36 …Read More