September 23, 2014

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Browns notes: With Lewis ailing, Wright steps in

BEREA — Jason Wright has only made three starts in his four years in the NFL, but is likely to add to that total Sunday when the Browns host Miami. Leading rusher Jamal Lewis continues to be sidelined with a foot injury and is in a walking boot, forcing Cleveland to prepare for the Dolphins Read More…

Midview earns share of conference volleyball title

Hans Schneider The Chronicle-Telegram EATON TWP. — Second-year Midview coach Debbie Borsz knew before the season that a West Shore Conference title was within reach for her Middies. She even felt confident enough to let the team set the conference title as one of its goals. Thursday night that preseason optimism turned into reality as Read More…

Stars on the bench as Cavs down Pistons in OT

CLEVELAND — The Eastern Conference finals this was not, but the Cavaliers will take it. With LeBron James and every other starter for both teams watching from the bench, Cleveland rallied to beat the Detroit Pistons 96-90 in overtime Thursday night in exhibition play at Quicken Loans Arena. This was a night for guys like Read More…

Ohio State’s Chekwa making a name for himself

OLUMBUS — First, it was the unique name that drew people’s attention. Now it’s his game. Chimdi Chekwa is happy being an important although somewhat anonymous part of No. 3 Ohio State’s stingy defensive unit. But he is proud of his Nigerian name and wants people to at least know how to pronounce it. “A Read More…

School knew of shooter’s troubled past

CLEVELAND — Teased since kindergarten for his shabby clothes and odd behavior, one of the newest students at a downtown high school had made threats in front of students and teachers, and the school district has a dossier on his past problems. Yet Asa Coon was able to roam the halls at SuccessTech Academy alternative Read More…

Who has more ‘pop’ credibility? C-town

Boston has Sam Malone. Cleveland has Drew Carey. Both towns have been the settings for long-running hit sitcoms. The town famed for baked beans and the Big Dig gave us “Cheers,” a hilariously written and cast show built around the colorful, quirky denizens of a Boston tavern run by Malone, a good-looking, cocky, if-none-too-bright ex-Red Read More…

Who has more ‘pop’ credibility? Bean-town

When the Red Sox capped their historic comeback over the New York Yankees on the path to their 2004 World Series, I had the best seat in the house. No, it wasn’t just behind home plate or along the third base line. It was surrounded by drunken strangers stuck inside a dark, dank room so Read More…

Police find burglary suspect

Domestic dispute over alleged stolen items leads cops ELYRIA —Police believe they found a burglary suspect Thursday after his girlfriend attempted to kick him and his allegedly stolen goods out of her home. BRUCE BISHOP / CHRONICLE Following a domestic violence call on Ninth Street in Elyria on Thursday, officers from the North Ridgeville police Read More…

EMH: Market can’t sustain new hospital

Officials urge CHP to reconsider plans for Elyria outpatient center ELYRIA — Officials at EMH Regional Medical Center say a competing hospital system’s proposal to build an outpatient facility on Schadden Road will exacerbate problems plaguing both companies. A shortage in area medical professionals and mammoth increases in under- and un-insured patients already are taking Read More…

Family stumped by needle in cake snack

GRAFTON — A 10-year-old Midview student says he bit into a Little Debbie cake and found a sewing needle. The boy was eating lunch with other students at Midview North Elementary School on Sept. 26 when he bit into the Little Debbie Zebra Cake and realized there was more than just the filling inside. “He Read More…