September 30, 2014

Failure notice from provider:
Location does not exist.

What to look for in an exercise facility

DoUEvnLiftBr0

When a person decides to make a commitment to a healthier lifestyle, that decision is often accompanied by the decision to join a gym. Gyms can vary greatly. Some cater to specific activities, such as kick boxing or martial arts, while others are more general in scope, with weight training and cardiovascular equipment and access Read More…

Opinion: Nothing illegal about open carry, but I won’t stick around

I frequently visit Medina with my husband and two young children because that’s where I grew up and my parents still live there. The Gazette tells me that next time I’m on the Square with my kids, I might see people from the activist group Northeast Open Carry patrolling the area with firearms in holsters Read More…

Dad Needs Massage Too

Massage

by Debbie Kacic, LMT Work, eat, sleep, then do it all again.  Throw in some yard work and sports on the weekend and you’ve got the weekly routine of many men. Whether they notice it or not, that kind of schedule can have adverse effects on their bodies. Untreated and persistent stress, tense muscles and even Read More…

Buddy-Up with your Pet

Adopting a healthier lifestyle is not always so easy. Men and women who want to lose weight and get healthier often find it’s easier said than done. But one of the ways in which many people reach their fitness goals is to employ the buddy system, which enlists the help of a friend or family Read More…

Altercare of Wadsworth Welcomes Dr. Paul Scheatzle, DO

AltercarePaul-Scheatzle

Altercare of Wadsworth Welcomes Dr. Paul Scheatzle, DO  Altercare of Wadsworth for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care, Inc is pleased to announce Dr. Paul Scheatzle, DO as our facility Director of Rehabilitation Services. In this role, he is responsible for oversight of our therapy services and will work closely with our therapy team and medical staff Read More…

Red-hot Tribe suffers 9-5 loss to Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jason Vargas cooled down hot-hitting Cleveland, Eric Hosmer hit a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals held on for a 9-5 victory over the Indians on Tuesday night. Hosmer also drove in a run during a four-run fourth inning. Alex Gordon homered in the eighth and Mike Moustakas hit a Read More…

Special Olympics MVPs: Denise Frencel, Joe Darmour to be honored

WADSWORTH — Regardless of the sport, Denise Frencel has more heart than many professional athletes, while Joe Darmour is an ace on the golf course and a leader on the basketball floor. The duo will be recognized as 2014 Special Olympics Athletes of the Year on Thursday at the Medina County Sports Hall of Fame Read More…

Tribe: Lonnie Chisenhall carves out place in history

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lonnie Chisenhall’s bat is headed to the Hall of Fame. He just hopes he doesn’t break his other one. The Indians third baseman went 5-for-5 and hit three homers while driving in nine runs in a 17-7 rout of Texas on Monday night. By the time he arrived in Kansas City Read More…

Boys track MVP: Midseason surgery urged Hunter Williams down stretch

WEBSLIDEwilliams

The start of the 2014 track and field season couldn’t have gone any better for Wadsworth’s Hunter Williams. The senior was winning races, taking huge chunks off his times in the sprints and was leading the Grizzlies to another solid season. Then he got news no one wants to hear. Williams had to have surgery Read More…

Browns: Coach unconcerned with Johnny Manziel’s weekend partying

The weekend partying of quarterback Johnny Manziel, pictured, does not concern Browns coach Mike Pettine. (AP FILE PHOTO)

BEREA — Johnny Manziel returned from his latest whirlwind weekend, took snaps with the starters and threw a great deep ball Tuesday as Cleveland’s three-day mandatory minicamp opened. There were no inflatable swans or bottles of champagne in sight. Manziel, who’s battling incumbent Brian Hoyer for the starting quarterback job, has had three free weekends Read More…