Archive for October 4th, 2013
BEREA — Browns safety T.J. Ward emphatically denied that the team was targeting Bills quarterback E.J. Manuel in hopes of injuring him during Cleveland’s 37-24 victory on Thursday night.
Manuel suffered a sprained right lateral collateral ligament on a low tackle from Cleveland safety Tashaun Gipson in the third quarter.
Two periods earlier, Browns quarterback …Read More
An Ohio appellate court has ordered a hospital representative be appointed as guardian for a cancer-ridden 10-year-old girl whose Amish parents stopped her chemotherapy.
It was the second time the Fifth District Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Akron Children’s Hospital in the case.
The Fifth District judges, in Canton, heard the case in place of …Read More
CLEVELAND — In matching the franchise record for improvement from season to season and qualifying for the playoffs for the first time since 2007, the Indians made baseball relevant in Cleveland once again this year.
They’re hoping it doesn’t end there.
CLEVELAND — Jim Brown is unquestionably the greatest player in Browns history, which is why owner Jimmy Haslam III wanted to honor him in unique fashion.
Thusly, Haslam and Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson designated Thursday as “Jim Brown Day” and honored the Hall of Fame running back at halftime of the Browns’ game against the Buffalo …Read More
MEDINA — Prosecutors are asking for additional psychological evaluations of an ailing 71-year-old man they say robbed a bank on Feb. 19.
Since Hugh G. Crouch Sr. was arrested that day, two psychiatrists have performed tests on him. Both have said his condition was grim, and one said Thursday in court that he was so sick …Read More
At 10:47 p.m. last Friday night, I couldn’t resist.
Black River had defeated Clearview 64-60 less than 90 minutes earlier in a key Patriot Athletic Conference cross-division football game. Coach Al Young’s Pirates maintained first place in the Stars Division by holding on for dear life in one of the wildest games in Medina County history.
Ever …Read More
Brunswick resident Jerry Lemons said his call to serve his community was formed when he was a child helping his family support the troops during World War II.
“I grew up during World War II and I watched my uncles go off to war,” he said. “We were all involved in the community in supporting the …Read More
The Browns and Buffalo Bills put on quite a show in the first primetime football game in Cleveland since Dec. 10, 2009.
There were seven touchdowns, myriad bone-crushing hits, a touching halftime ceremony and two key injuries on each team.
In the end, though, Travis Benjamin’s speed, T.J. Ward’s craftiness and Willis McGahee’s heart propelled the Browns …Read More
MEDINA — Chris Sawicki has announced he plans to run for House Speaker Bill Batchelder’s 69th District House seat.
Batchelder, 70, R-Medina, can’t run for re-election in 2014 because of term limits.
The Medina resident said he’s always followed politics, but he finally got involved because he thinks there aren’t enough average working-class people serving …Read More
Police are warning people to beware of a scam that references the health care reform law in an effort to get personal information.
Medina Township Police Chief David Arbogast said his office received a call from a resident who said he was called by someone who said as part of the new provisions of the Affordable …Read More