July 29, 2014

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Midview bus routes

#1 – KATHY HALES High/Middle 6:50 A.M. W. Capel (from 57 to Durkee Rd.), Rt. 82 from Durkee Rd. to 57., Brentwood, Grafton Rd. (between Rt. 82 and Capel Rd) to include Bear Creek Dr. Elementary 7:55 am Dewhurst, Horizon Activity Center, East River to Fuller Road including side streets, Fuller between East River and Read More…

Brady Quinn shines in Browns debut

CLEVELAND — Derek Anderson got the start and left to boos. Charlie Frye entered to a loud ovation, but walked off to boos. Ken Dorsey was greeted with boos. Brady Quinn took his first snap as a Brown on Saturday night to a standing ovation. That was before he led two fourth-quarter touchdown drives and Read More…

Keystone bus routes

BUS 1 Start 6:52 MS – AM – 301 South (no stops) – right Peck Wadsworth – left Whitehead T/A –left Peck Wadsworth – Right on West Road –Right on Webster — left Diagonal – T/A @ Pheasant Run Dr. – Left on Diagonal—T/A at Peck Wadsworth – left on Diagonal—Right on Webster – left Read More…

Dulik: Browns better prepare for a QB battle

Despite the Browns’ best efforts to keep it closed since the start of training camp, Pandora’s Box sprung open Saturday night. Rookie Brady Quinn made his NFL debut and promptly led Cleveland on back-to-back touchdown drives — its first two passing scores of the preseason — in the Browns’ 23-20 loss to the Detroit Lions. Read More…

The purpose of schools’ code: Dress for success

LORAIN — Victoria Raymos’ face scrunches up in disgust when the idea of wearing red polo shirts and dress pants to school comes up. It’s not that she minds donning the school uniform as a sophomore at Lorain Admiral King High School in the fall, it’s just that her own clothes are so much cuter. Read More…

Browns notes: Lewis looks good in limited time

CLEVELAND — At least the Browns don’t have a controversy at running back. Jamal Lewis, signed to a one-year contract in the offseason, was effective in his quarter of work Saturday night, rushing seven times for 28 yards. His long was only 6 yards, but he showed quick feet and good power. He lowered his Read More…

Westbrook finds a groove in Tribe victory

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Jake Westbrook has found his pitching groove in time for a playoff stretch run. Westbrook gave up one run over seven innings, Asdrubal Cabrera hit his first major league homer and the Cleveland Indians beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 8-1 Saturday night. Grady Sizemore also went deep for the AL Read More…

Tourists flee from Hurricane Dean

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Alarmed tourists jammed Caribbean airports for flights out of Hurricane Dean’s path Saturday as the monster storm began sweeping past the Dominican Republic and Haiti and threatened to engulf Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. In Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic, a boy was pulled into the ocean Read More…

Coughlin: Dogs aren’t the only animals that kill

Dog fighting disgusts me as much as it disgusts you. I am also repulsed by bullfighting, but it enjoys grudging acceptance in many parts of the world. I wouldn’t be comfortable watching a cockfight, either, but the FBI rarely raids one. The Michael Vick story won’t go away. It’s the story of a gambling cult Read More…

Seasoned observer passes his barometer

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Weather observing flows as naturally through the blood of Ray Diederich as mercury in a thermometer.The 78-year-old National Weather Service observer has been keeping tabs on the weather since he was 20, but after 58 years of watching storm clouds roll in and temperatures dip and soar throughout the seasons, he’s passing Read More…