October 2, 2014

Medina
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Browns: Bryant is lost for the season

BEREA — Defensive end Desmond Bryant will have a surgical procedure this week to correct an irregular heartbeat, and his first season with the Browns is over. Bryant experienced symptoms Monday morning, according to a team spokesman, and was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list Wednesday. He wasn’t in the hospital and is expected to Read More…

Cavs: Shaw has no hard feelings toward Cleveland

CLEVELAND — Brian Shaw interviewed for 12 head coaching jobs before the Denver Nuggets gave him his first shot by hiring him in June. The fourth or fifth of those interviews was with the Cavaliers in 2010. Cleveland had just fired Mike Brown, who is now in the first year of his second stint with Read More…

Browns: QB quandary nothing short of a big mess

BEREA — Running back Willis McGahee, in his 11th season, has never seen a quarterback scenario like the one the Browns face this week. “Unfortunately, bad things have been happening to our quarterbacks,” he said Wednesday. Record-setting receiver Josh Gordon has caught passes from three starting quarterbacks in 10 games and could very possibly see Read More…

All-Gazette volleyball: Booth has love of the game

Basketball has played a huge part in Peyton Booth’s life since the day she was born. It also will largely define her next four years at the University of New Hampshire. Each autumn, though, volleyball has been her passion since she began playing it in the seventh grade. “I really only came out for the Read More…

Cavs: Thompson, Varejao have monster games to stop Denver

CLEVELAND — “The Monsters” scared the seven-game winning streak out of the Denver Nuggets. Big men Tristan Thompson and Anderson Varejao combined for 35 points and 34 rebounds Wednesday night as the Cavaliers downed Denver 98-88 in front of 14,642 satisfied fans at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavs (6-12) now have their first two-game winning Read More…

No change in Black River school board race

SULLIVAN TWP. — A recount of the results of the Nov. 5 election didn’t change who won seats on the Black River school board. Tim Clifford was the top vote-getter and Timothy Simmons finished second, winning the second seat on the board, according to the Lorain County Board of Elections. Simmons beat third-place finisher Janet Read More…

Elyria resident, 20, convicted of abusing infant

MEDINA — A 20-year-old Elyria man faces up to eight years in prison after being convicted of abusing and neglecting his infant child. Christian A. Vanmeter pleaded guilty last week to a charge of second-degree felonious assault. An additional charge of child endangering, a third-degree felony, was dropped in exchange for his plea. Vanmeter, who’s Read More…

PHOTOS: Gas dips below $3 a gallon

The price of a gallon of regular gas dipped below $3 at several area service stations in Medina on Wednesday, including the Marathon station at South Court Street and Lafayette Road, the Shell station on West Liberty Street at State Road, and the Stop-N-Go in the 800 block of West Liberty Street. According to GasBuddy.com, Read More…

Brunswick police log for Dec. 5

Brunswick police served four warrants on city residents, three of them teenagers, for marijuana and drug trafficking charges. The following people were served warrants that were based on an investigation by the Medway Drug Enforcement Agency: • Michael Hund-Redeli, 18, 4598 Brushwood Circle, Brunswick, trafficking marijuana. He also was charged with possession of marijuana and possession Read More…

Suspect in car thefts caught by Cleveland police

LODI — Police said a 34-year-old man has been charged in connection with a string of car thefts and they’re thanking Cleveland cops for helping make the arrest. Michael Siegfried, of 102 Birch St., Lodi, was pulled over Monday afternoon in Cleveland for a routine traffic stop. But a check of the vehicle found it Read More…