Archive for October 14th, 2013
GRANGER TWP. — A 21-year-old Lafayette Township woman was seriously injured in a crash with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 271 on Sunday evening.
Jennifer Mikovsky, of the 5500 block of Columbia Road, was driving north when her vehicle veered left into a median east of state Route 94 at about 8:20 p.m., the Medina post of …Read More
SHAKER HTS. — The improvement of the Medina football team has been noticeable in many areas this season.
Its glaring problem? The remaining issues are still leading to losses in the record book.
Surrendering big plays and making untimely mistakes on offense were the Bees’ undoing Saturday afternoon as they lost to Shaker Heights 50-30 in Northeast …Read More
• Nature Through the Seasons, Hubbard Valley Park, 3 p.m. This event consists of easy walks that explore the different parks while observing the unfolding of nature from the first spring wildflowers to the last days of winter. Ages 7 to adult. No registration required.
• Northeastern Ohio Live Steamers: Halloween ALL ABOARD! Lester Rail Trail, 6:30-8:30 p.m. …Read More
OBERLIN — Looks like the Dunbars and Sandbergs are going to develop quite a rivalry — if they haven’t already.
For the second straight week, Walsh Jesuit freshman singles player Molly Sandberg defeated Cloverleaf freshman Emily Dunbar in a postseason championship match, this one a 6-2, 6-2 decision Saturday at the Oberlin College Division I District.
A …Read More
Jon Huff | The Gazette
MENTOR — The Brunswick girls cross country team does not sit back in the pack, and the Blue Devils got sick of it after a mere quarter-mile on Saturday.
After two turns, the Blue Devils moved up as a group and stayed there to win the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Meet …Read More
MEDINA — Beginning Monday, motorists will face lane closures along state Route 18, west of Public Square to State Street, as workers apply the final layer of asphalt to the highway.
According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, the work will be done during the day after morning rush hour.
Earlier this months, city officials announced that …Read More
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden had a golden opportunity to silence his critics Sunday afternoon.
Instead, his ears wound up ringing with a familiar sound: Well-deserved boos from a sellout crowd at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Weeden threw two costly interceptions — one of them blooper-reel quality — as the Detroit Lions scored 24 unanswered points in a 31-17 victory …Read More
MEDINA — Democratic governor hopeful Ed FitzGerald criticized the Republican budget cuts for local governments and schools during a party fundraiser Saturday.
FitzGerald, who was elected Cuyahoga County executive in 2010, said millions of dollars of state funding cuts have affected Medina County.
“There’s a better way that the state can be managed,” he said …Read More
CLEVELAND — As the ball floated toward the sideline it would never reach, quarterback Brandon Weeden was spun into the FirstEnergy Stadium turf.
From the seat of his pants he quickly realized what he had just done.
“It was just a boneheaded play,” he said.
That’s one adjective for it.