July 23, 2014

Elyria
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Dine under sunshine

Restaurants take advantage of relaxed summer rules ELYRIA — Several small tables fitted with chairs and umbrellas made their way outdoors in downtown Elyria on Wednesday, two days after Council voted to allow restaurant and cafe owners to let their patrons eat outside. “We wanted to put them out on Tuesday, but it rained all Read More…

Spurs make good copy

Cavs consider San Antonio a franchise worth emulating SAN ANTONIO — All the relationships that exist between the Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs would probably best be explained with a basketball tree. The branches extend everywhere as the teams prepare for Game 1 of the NBA Finals tonight at 9 at the AT&T Center. San Read More…

Spurs hope for a little

SAN ANTONIO — The LeBron James NBA Finals start tonight at 9. At least that’s how the underappreciated San Antonio Spurs, who host the Cavaliers in Game 1 at the AT&T Center, are approaching the best-of-seven series. “The fact LeBron made the finals is probably good for TV ratings,” Spurs guard Tony Parker said Wednesday Read More…

Tribe bats quiet again – royals 4, indians 3

CLEVELAND — For the second straight night, an unheralded Royals starter shut down the Indians’ offense. Only this time Cleveland’s hitters didn’t have C.C. Sabathia to save them. With Brian Bannister — no relation to former Indian Alan Bannister nor heralded distance runner Roger Bannister — stifling them through seven innings Wednesday night, Cleveland fell Read More…

Numbers, foes say C.C. is a-c-e – Tribe Notes

CLEVELAND — It’s been an ongoing debate for years: Is C.C. Sabathia a legitimate ace? The answer this season has been a resounding “Yes.” “I’m trying to,” said Sabathia, when asked if he had taken his game to another level. “I need to be that guy if this team is going to make the playoffs. Read More…

Ducks prove mighty good – Stanley Cup Finals

Anaheim captures first championship for franchise, state Ira Podell The Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Anaheim Ducks aren’t called mighty anymore. Now they can simply answer to Stanley Cup champions. The 14-year-old Ducks captured their first NHL title with a 6-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night, ending the series in five Read More…

Calvin L. Beaver

Calvin L. Beaver, 78, formerly of North Ridgeville, passed away Wednesday, May 23, 2007 in Sewickley, PA after a long illness. Born July 18, 1928 in Hurricane, WV, the son of the late Norris and Elva Beaver Stanolis, he was a foreman in the machine shop at the Eaton Corp. in Cleveland, and drove a Read More…

Carmen P. Fiore

Carmen P. Fiore, 76, of North Ridgeville, died on Wednesday, June 6, 2007 at Northridge Health Center in North Ridgeville. Mr. Fiore was born in Cleveland, on October 14, 1930 and made his home in North Ridgeville for the last 37 years. He was a truck driver for Central Transport in Brookpark, for 40 years, Read More…

Edward J. Landin

Edward J. Landin, 64, of Oberlin, passed away Wednesday, June 6, 2007 at EMH Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Wyers Funeral Chapel of Sheffield Township.  

Mary Elizabeth Maben

Mary Elizabeth Maben (nee Crook), 81, of Elyria, passed away on Monday, June 4, 2007 at Wesleyan United Methodist Village in Elyria following a brief illness. Mrs. Maben was born November 15, 1925 in Ashport, TN and grew up in Ripley, TN.  She later moved from Tennessee to Ohio, residing in Elyria. After graduating from Read More…