Archive for November, 2013
MEDINA — A man escaped …Read More
A robbery suspect possibly armed with a handgun remained at large Friday …Read More
BEREA — The NFL office has made Steelers cornerback William Gay pay for his hit to the head of Browns quarterback Jason Campbell.
Gay was fined $15,750 by the league Friday, docking him for delivering a left-handed shot to Campbell’s facemask during the third quarter of Pittsburgh’s 27-11 victory at Cleveland.
Specifically, the NFL ruled …Read More
MEDINA — A lawsuit brought against the Ohio Auditor’s Office by suspended Medina Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp will not be heard by Medina County judges.
Common pleas Judges James L. Kimbler and Christopher J. Collier recused themselves from the case almost immediately after Stepp filed the suit this month.
They said in a Nov. 14 journal entry …Read More
CLEVELAND — Ho-hum, LeBron wins another one.
It lacked the crowd involvement of previous meetings and was totally devoid of drama, but LeBron James still came out on the winning end, his Miami Heat team defeating the Cavaliers 95-84 Wednesday at sold-out Quicken Loans Arena.
James, who is now 10-1 against the Cavs, received a smattering of …Read More
BEREA — Improved technique? Nope. Experience against the NFL’s best wideouts? Not it. Coaching from coordinator Ray Horton? Guess again.
Browns cornerback Joe Haden has a different, and definitive, reason why he’s playing the best football of his career, which will likely result in his first trip to the Pro Bowl.
“It’s mostly, honestly, the way …Read More
WADSWORTH — Success always catches the eyes of the elite. Swimmers like Wadsworth’s Ellie Surratt looked at Toledo and saw a school that has won Mid-American Conference championships two times in the last four years.
But it wasn’t that success that grabbed the attention of Surratt when she was deciding between the Rockets, Akron, Edinboro and …Read More
PARMA — Glenville hasn’t seen a read-option as efficient as Highland’s. The Hornets haven’t seen anything remotely close to the Tarblooders’ speed.
The matchups are perfectly …Read More
Thursday, Nov. 21
9:42 a.m. — Interstate 76 and High St., traffic stop, Carl E. Raulston, 48, Norton, arrested on a warrant.
1:18 p.m. — 100 block Wadsworth Road, suspicious vehicle reported; Margaret R. McConnell, 26, 524 Sandpiper Lane, Wadsworth, arrested on a warrant from Norton police.
10:17 p.m. — 500 block Seville Road, domestic incident reported.
Friday, …Read More
Liverpool Township resident Curtis Porter III, killed by a drunken driver in 2012, will be honored at 7 p.m. Saturday.
A charity basketball game in Porter’s honor is at Lakewood High School, 14100 Franklin Blvd. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students with all proceeds going to Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
For more information, call …Read More