Archive for September 7th, 2013
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the collapse of a building addition under construction at 2921 Center Road.
A general contractor was overseeing the installation of a roof when the frame building collapsed, seriously injuring one man around 8:30 a.m. Thursday.
The contractor was hired by Custom Decks by Klassic to build an addition …Read More
BRUNSWICK — City Council members said they plan to support residents who are protesting a two-sided electronic billboard on the east side of Interstate 71 that will be visible to housing developments on both sides of the highway.
“I’m dead against this,” said Mike Abella, who represents Brunswick’s Ward 1, where the sign would be placed. …Read More
LaGRANGE — Devin Cunningham was determined to make sure this week would be different.
From the Cloverleaf football team’s first offensive play, he did everything he could to make it happen.
Cunningham’s 70-yard run after receiving a lateral pass from quarterback Garrison Flora set the tone as the Colts went on to spoil Keystone’s home …Read More
CLEVELAND — The Indians made news by signing a number of high-priced players this offseason, but the cheapest addition has been the best of the bunch.
Left-hander Scott Kazmir, who signed a minor-league contract worth $1 million after failing to log a single inning in the majors last year, offered up another brilliant start …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Steven Ficyk’s sophomore season ended prematurely because of a broken leg.
Now that he is healthy, the 6-foot-4 quarterback is quickly making up for lost time.
Ficyk threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for a two-point conversion Friday, leading Brunswick’s football team to a 49-7 non-conference rout of Padua.
Tight end Ethan …Read More
SULLIVAN TWP. — The red zone was the Black River football team’s dead zone Friday, and that was enough to make 24th-year coach Al Young use the word “ridiculous” at least a dozen times in postgame interviews.
His frustration was understandable. The Pirates saw four drives end inside the Northwestern 5-yard line in a 35-12 non-league …Read More
Was Friday the last perfect day of summer?
Temperatures in the low 70s, low humidity and a refreshing breeze.
Bright blue sky accented by wisps of cirrus clouds.
Could anyone ask for more?
A pair of bees harvests goldenrod pollen
from a meadow in Medina County’s
Allardale Park, in Granger Township. (DAVID KNOX …Read More
GRANGER TWP. — Highland football coach Tom Lombardo was elated with his team’s first-half defense and ability to close in the fourth quarter.
Olmsted Falls’ Tom DeLuca liked the fact his …Read More
EASTLAKE — The Medina football team fumbled the ball on its first play Friday night at Eastlake North.
That was the only negative the Bees experienced, as they rallied from a one-touchdown deficit and rolled to a 56-7 drubbing in non-league play.
“We have to come out of the gate better, but I like how …Read More
MEDINA — A 33-year-old Greenwich man who avoided arrest for almost a year pleaded not guilty Thursday to stealing guns from a house in Homer Township last year.
Michael A. Craft was arrested last week on charges of burglary, robbery and gun theft. All are third-degree felonies. All the charges accuse him of committing offenses …Read More