Archive for September 16th, 2013
MEDINA — Longtime Medina County Commissioner Steve Hambley wants to succeed Ohio House Speaker William G. Batchelder as the representative from the 69th District.
Batchelder, 70, of Medina, can’t run for re-election because of term limits imposed by the Ohio Constitution.
“I have supported and worked with Bill Batchelder for many years, first as a Brunswick City …Read More
MEDINA — Stage Left Theatre Company took William Shakespeare’s tragedies and made them hilarious during weekend performances of “Shakespeare Shorts.”
Jennifer Dove, executive …Read More
BERKELEY, Calif. — Powerful runs through the defense, deep passes down the field and playmakers excelling with the ball in space.
That is just the type of offense coach Urban Meyer has wanted since arriving at Ohio State last season. The fact that the Buckeyes did it without injured quarterback Braxton Miller and suspended running back …Read More
GRANGER TWP. — In one of the biggest games of the young season Saturday afternoon, Highland’s girls soccer team responded.
Facing undefeated Louisville, the Hornets put away chances and stung together a defensive effort that helped them hold on for a 3-2 non-conference victory.
Evan Goodenow | The Gazette
LORAIN — Kidnapping victim Michelle Knight and the parents of kidnapping victim Gina DeJesus were honored Saturday at the second annual Hispanic Heritage parade.
“Anything is possible with the love of God,” Knight told a crowd of about 200 people in brief remarks at a post-parade picnic at Veterans Park across from …Read More
BALTIMORE — Barkevious Mingo exploded off the line and flew by giant Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie. Before quarterback Joe Flacco could set and throw, Mingo dragged him down for a 9-yard loss.
On Mingo’s first NFL snap, he sacked the reigning Super Bowl MVP. Not a bad introduction to the league.
“It’s an incredible …Read More
CLEVELAND — Three majestic bridges that soar over the Cuyahoga River and connect downtown Cleveland with the city’s west side opened to traffic …Read More
CHICAGO — Nick Swisher’s power surge has been a boost as the Indians try for their first postseason berth since 2007.
Swisher homered from both sides of the plate for the 13th time during the Indians’ 7-1 win against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday night. Swisher tied the major league record set by former New …Read More
BALTIMORE — The Browns are 0-2 for the fifth time in six years and the sixth in eight.
They’ve lost 11 straight to Baltimore, stretching the definition of rivalry.
They have an injured quarterback, and the clock’s already ticking on when he’ll be run out of town.
For the third year in a row, the Harlem Wizards will return to Medina to help raise money for a school levy campaign. The Wizards are an exhibition basketball team, similar to the Harlem Globetrotters, that combines extraordinary athleticism with hilarious comedy.
Their opponents in Tuesday’s fundraiser game will be The Marvelous Medinamos, a team of …Read More