April 26, 2015

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Mack wants to go to Jacksonville

  Scott Petrak The Gazette Alex Mack wants to leave Cleveland for Jacksonville. Soon it will be up to the Browns whether they choose to block his path. Mack, a free agent center, will sign a five-year offer sheet with the Jaguars by Friday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday. The Browns will then have five Read More…

Tribe, Padres split

  Chris Assenheimer The Gazette CLEVELAND — Starting pitching was at a premium for the Indians in their doubleheader against San Diego on Wednesday. Unfortunately for Cleveland, its hitters weren’t able to follow the lead. Though they got two quality outings from starters Zach McAllister and Trevor Bauer, the Indians were only able to earn Read More…

Cavs: Brown won’t let team ease up

INDEPENDENCE — The Cavaliers got a brief stay of execution Tuesday, but coach Mike Brown wants his team’s intensity to stay high regardless of the situation. Cleveland’s miniscule playoff hopes remained alive when Atlanta lost at home to Detroit, but all it will take to eliminate the Cavs from postseason contention is a loss in Read More…

NCAA: Huskies, Auriemma are alone at the top

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Geno Auriemma and Connecticut stand alone in women’s college basketball, and they reached the top in unprecedented fashion. The Huskies routed Notre Dame 79-58 Tuesday night in the first championship game featuring undefeated teams, winning their record ninth national title. Auriemma broke a tie with Pat Summitt and Tennessee for most all-time, Read More…

Browns: Weighing in on Mack situation, Haslam optimistic center will stay put

VALLEY VIEW — The visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars by free agent center Alex Mack hasn’t changed the outlook of Browns owner Jimmy Haslam. “We remain optimistic that Alex Mack will be a Cleveland Brown for a long time,” Haslam said Tuesday night before the Cleveland premiere of “Draft Day,” a fictional movie about the Read More…

Softball: Rough road trip gives Colts extra incentive

Highland’s Morgan Belsole tags out Cloverleaf’s Sara Meckley attempting to stretch a single into a double in the fifth inning. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

GRANGER TWP. — It turns out going down to the land of “The Mouse” and getting your tails kicked pays dividends. After a rough trip to Orlando, Fla., Cloverleaf’s softball team registered an 11-3 Suburban League road win over Highland on Tuesday. Coming off a 1-4 showing at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Read More…

Tribe: Outfielder stays hot with three-run homer and four RBIs

Cleveland catcher Yan Gomes fails to hang on to a pop foul by San Diego’s Yonder Alonso in the sixth inning. (AP PHOTO)

CLEVELAND — It was another chilly night at Progressive Field on Tuesday. Thankfully for the Indians, their bats were plenty warm — at least the ones that David Murphy and Nyjer Morgan were swinging. With temperatures below 50 degrees once again at first pitch, the pair of unlikely catalysts heated up Cleveland’s offense, propelling the Read More…

Medina Council takes step toward a new courthouse

Medina City Council took the first step Tuesday toward building a new municipal courthouse by agreeing to advertise for an architect to help determine if the project is economically feasible. City officials have wrestled for more than 10 years with the lack of space at the municipal courthouse, across North Elmwood Avenue from City Hall. Read More…

Willis Scott Galbreath, Jr.

Willis Scott Galbreath, Jr., 71, passed away Monday, April 7, 2014. Cox Funeral Home will announce arrangements, at a later date.

Crellen “Butch” Hopkins, Jr.

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Crellen “Butch” Hopkins, Jr., of North Ridgeville, unexpectedly passed away November 13, 2013. Butch loved to camp, fish and hunt. He valued guns and worked very hard at work and home. He also treasured his children and grandchildren very much. He liked to travel and would help anyone that needed it. He was a U.S. Read More…