October 23, 2014

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Browns make fast work of Ravens

CLEVELAND — You gotta love it when a plan comes together. The Browns’ to-do list Sunday read: Start fast, get Jamal Lewis revenge, protect Derek Anderson and stop giving up the big play on defense. Check, check, check, check. The Browns completed a pivotal opening month with a 27-13 win over the Baltimore Ravens. The Read More…

Brian Dulik: Ravens have the stats, but Browns have the ‘W’

The Baltimore Ravens had their starting quarterback throw for 307 yards, their franchise running back gain 104 more and their top wide receiver make 10 catches. Somehow, though, those eye-popping numbers didn’t translate to the scoreboard Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Buoyed by the return of veteran linebacker Willie McGinest, the Browns provided a textbook Read More…

Injured Winslow puts hurt on Ravens

CLEVELAND — Just like Kellen Winslow’s spot on the injury list, the Browns’ chances for victory against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday seemed questionable at best. But the battered tight end, who suffered a partially dislocated shoulder in Week 3, suited up, his offense followed his lead and the Browns used one big play after Read More…

Browns notes: Lewis gets Browns stark, Raven mad

CLEVELAND — Browns running back Jamal Lewis didn’t mince any words in getting his teammates ready to play the Ravens. “I told everyone, ‘Those guys don’t think we can beat them,’ and I know that having played in Baltimore the last seven years,’’ he said. “It seemed to work because it kind of got the Read More…

Browns vs. Ravens: Extras, matchups

PLAYER OF THE GAME Kellen Winslow, Browns tight end His contribution was much larger than the four catches for 96 yards. He didn’t practice Wednesday or Thursday with a partially dislocated shoulder, but he wasn’t going to miss a meeting with the Ravens. His presence and competitiveness energized the entire team. He had a 25-yard Read More…

Blotter/Amherst: October 2, 2007

Saturday, Sept. 8 10:38 p.m. – 100 block St. Joseph Drive. Marianne Lee, 30, Lorain, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault on a police officer. Monday, Sept. 10 12:54 a.m. – 700 block Leavitt Road, Speedway. Cell phone reported stolen by customer. 7:21 a.m. – 300 block Leavitt Road. Cement mixer vandalized by someone putting Read More…

New tickle-me toys are ‘X-treme’ for X-mas

ELYRIA — Sesame Street’s laugh pack is back, and this time, they’re “X-treme.”Following the success of last year’s T.M.X. Elmo — the furry red Sesame Street doll that giggled, jittered and rolled around in uncontrollable fits of laughter — Fisher-Price is following up its “Tickle Me X-treme” platform with the release of T.M.X. Cookie Monster Read More…

Thomas Donaghue

Thomas Donaghue, 71, passed away from cancer on September 29, 2007. He was an air traffic controller who had many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is survived by his loving wife, Jean; sons, Thomas (Sharon), Shawn (Patty), and David (Denise); stepchildren, Glenn Martin, Richard Martin (Kim), and Robert Martin (Jill). He was preceded in death by Read More…

Reynold George Roby

Reynold George Roby, 82, of Lorain passed away Monday, October 1, 2007, at his residence, under the care of New Life Hospice, following a lengthy illness. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Wyers Funeral Chapel.

Hafner back in groove, gets 100th RBI for fourth straight year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Travis Hafner is going to the playoffs for the first time, and he tuned up for the postseason with another big day at the plate. Hafner drove in two runs to reach 100 RBIs for the fourth straight year and the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 Sunday in Read More…