November 24, 2014

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Tribe’s Shin-Soo Choo arrested for DUI in Sheffield Lake

SHEFFIELD LAKE — Cleveland Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was charged with DUI early Monday after tests showed his blood-alcohol content was more than 2½ times the legal limit, police said.
Choo was pulled over about 2:25 a.m. after he was spotted weaving in the 5500 block of Lake Road in Sheffield Lake by an officer who [...] Read More…

Tribe’s Shin-Soo Choo arrested for DUI in Sheffield Lake

SHEFFIELD LAKE — Cleveland Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was charged with DUI early Monday after a breathalyzer test revealed his Blood Alcohol Content was more than 2½ times the legal limit.
Choo was pulled over about 2:25 a.m. after he was spotted weaving in the 5500 block of Lake Road in Sheffield Lake by an officer [...] Read More…

Updated: Montario Hardesty on IR, out for year

BEREA — The Browns announced Friday afternoon they placed rookie running back Montario Hardesty on season-ending injured reserve.
Hardesty was injured Thursday night on a carry during a 13-10 preseason win over the Bears, and ESPN reported he suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament. If that’s the case, recovery time is often around nine months.
Hardesty, [...] Read More…

Akron makes pitch to The King, holds ‘LeBron Appreciation Day’

AKRON — LeBron James’ hometown will hold “LeBron Appreciation Day” Saturday at the University of Akron’s InfoCision Stadium, but officials of the event haven’t confirmed whether the two-time league MVP will be in attendance.
“We’ve been in contact with his people and the Cavaliers,” InfoCision public relations director Gretchen Fri said Tuesday. “From what we understand, [...] Read More…

Tennessee’s Eric Berry thinks he’s draft’s best

INDIANAPOLIS — Tennessee safety Eric Berry is predicted to go in the top five picks in April’s NFL Draft, but he wants more. He wants to be No. 1.
“I want to come here and leave no doubt,” he said Sunday at the scouting combine. “My whole goal coming into the combine is to remove the [...] Read More…

Browns’ Eric Mangini comfortable in Mike Holmgren’s shadow

INDIANAPOLIS — Browns coach Eric Mangini is in a reduced role at this year’s scouting combine, and says he’s enjoying it.
Mangini was the de facto leader of the organization in his first season with the Browns. This year, he has two bosses — president Mike Holmgren and general manager Tom Heckert — so the final [...] Read More…

Group helps seniors help one another

Seniors Helping Seniors provider Maryanne Mason pours some coffee for Fern Coverly, who lives in Elyria with her sister. (Photo by Chuck Humel, The Chronicle-Telegram.)

LORAIN — The idea seemed so simple. Senior citizens, who often feel like they’d be a burden to their family if they asked them for help, would have no trouble at all reaching out to someone their own age. That idea gave birth to the organization Seniors Helping Seniors more than 10 years ago near Read More…

Jake is no more

CLEVELAND — How about “The Pro?” or “The Prog?” Whatever you call it, “The Jake” is now just a memory. Sure, the building on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario streets remains, but the name beloved by fans since the stadium opened in 1994 “Jacob’s Field” is no more. In just 80 days, the  Indians Read More…

Downtown rally unifies Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND — Whether the Cavs win or lose the NBA Finals, they’ve already done something that might be even more astounding — made the entire Northeast Ohio community “Rise Up” as one. That fact was on pulsating display Tuesday afternoon when more than 1,000 people crowded into downtown Cleveland’s Mall B square for a Cavs Read More…