Archive for October 7th, 2013
Karen Kase | The Gazette
WADSWORTH — Lightning, of all things, played a key role in Wadsworth’s 3-1 non-league victory over Wooster on Saturday.
First, the Grizzlies (10-3-1) scored a lightning-quick goal just 32 seconds into the match.
Shortly thereafter, the Generals tied the game on a free kick that was thunderstruck from 30 yards. The ball rattled …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Nothing seemed to slow down Brunswick’s boys soccer team Saturday afternoon.
Despite a torrential downpour for most of their non-league game with Willoughby South, the Blue Devils looked like a team on a mission en route to an impressive 6-0 victory at Judy Kirsch Stadium.
BRUNSWICK — With all 11 starters returning, Brunswick girls soccer coach Scott Ward knew the possibility for his team to have a breakout year was strong.
After clinching a share of the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division title last week and recording impressive victories over Copley and Medina, the Blue Devils earned the top seed Sunday …Read More
A consultant doesn’t think arming rangers is a good idea despite the rangers’ requests to be allowed to carry weapons for self-protection and to protect parks visitors in central Ohio.
The consultant hired by Metro Parks officials in Columbus recommends that they create a separate armed police force or pay an existing law-enforcement agency to patrol …Read More
DUBLIN — Fred Couples, the coolest guy in golf, never really looked that way until he stood on the edge of the 18th fairway Sunday and saw everything going his way.
The Americans needed only one more point to win the Presidents Cup.
And there was Tiger Woods, who has a history of delivering the winning point, …Read More
Today is the last day to register to vote in the Nov. 5 General Election.
Residents can register at Medina County Board of Elections, 4210 N. Jefferson St., Medina, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
On the ballot will be nine money issues, including school levies for Medina, Brunswick and Cloverleaf schools.
Voters also will decide 23 races …Read More
BEREA — The great news is the oft-injured Anderson Varejao got up.
The good news is Tyler Zeller eventually did, too, suffering only a strained left hip Saturday afternoon during the Cavaliers’ Wine & Gold scrimmage at Baldwin Wallace University’s Ursprung Gym.
“I was just thankful it wasn’t my knee,” the 7-foot, 250-pounder …Read More
State officials are warning consumers to avoid scams related to the nation’s new health care law.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says scammers often pretend to be associated with the government to make their ploys seem real.
An attempted scam was reported last week in Medina Township. Township police Chief David Arbogast said his office received a …Read More
Every so often we get reminded that the clichés are true.
You can’t take anything for granted. No one’s promised tomorrow. Be prepared.
Brian Hoyer’s torn anterior cruciate ligament brought an abrupt and extremely disappointing end to what was shaping up to be a memorable season for the North Olmsted native who grew …Read More
MEDINA — It’s not summer anymore, but that didn’t stop youngsters from taking advantage of the long-awaited splash pad at Ray Mellert Park.
Medina city officials hosted a ribbon cutting Sunday …Read More