November 26, 2014

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Indians: Tribe fit to be tied for third time

INDIANS (3-7-3) 2 GIANTS (8-4-2) 2 WHAT HAPPENED: After both teams traded runs in the opening inning, Cleveland forged ahead when Travis Hafner scored on a wild pitch in the fourth. San Francisco tied it back up on Buster Posey’s first hit of the spring — a two-out solo home run off Tony Sipp in Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Pandora

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PANDORA Look at precious Pandora. She’s relaxing in her box waiting for some attention, love and a new home. She’s a quiet cutie pie that would make a wonderful companion. She’s been waiting for a new home since September. Please let her out of her box. Adoption fees on Friendship APL cats are still reduced. Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Princess

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Princess Princess wants to be your one and only princess. She was surrendered to the shelter because her family didn’t have time for her. Princess is the perfect pet – she’s house-trained, crate-trained and, best of all, she already knows her basic commands. This little lady has great manners in the house, too; she doesn’t Read More…

Indians: Reports say Hernandez contract restructured

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The pitcher formerly known as Fausto Carmona was back in the news Wednesday. According to CBSSports.com, the Indians have restructured Roberto Hernandez’s contract, reducing his 2012 salary and eliminating one of his two club options. Hernandez, who is still in the Dominican Republic trying to secure a visa to return to America, Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Keaton

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Keaton – Prison Graduate Keaton has just returned to the shelter on March 8. He was at the Grafton Correctional Institution for 12 weeks of training in obedience and manners. He is known as one of our prison graduates. You can’t go wrong with Keaton. He’s a super friendly,socialized and likes the other dogs at Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Bear Bear

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Bear Bear – Prison Graduate Bear Bear has just returned to the shelter March 8. He was at the Grafton Correctional Institution for 12 weeks of training in obedience and manners. He is known as one of our prison graduates. Poor Bear Bear had a family that was supposed to adopt him, but they never Read More…

UPDATED: Faulty fuse to blame for Amherst high school evacuation

AMHERST – A faulty fuse in an electrical panel is being blamed for a mid-afternoon evacuation of Marion L. Steele High School on Wednesday afternoon. The problem with the fuse resulted in a small amount of smoke being detected in an isolated portion of the school, according to the school district’s web site. Amherst Fire Read More…

Man stabs 4 near school in Ohio office building

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A man stabbed four people near a technical school in a downtown office building Wednesday and was shot by a police officer as he tried to leave, authorities and a witness said. Columbus police spokesman Sgt. Rich Weiner said the suspect confronted one victim inside the building near Miami-Jacobs Career College Read More…

Sheriff’s deputies to step up patrols for St. Patrick’s Day

Lorain County sheriff’s deputies will have stepped up patrols this weekend in an effort to prevent alcohol-related accidents around St. Patrick’s Day. According to a news release, the effort is being funded by a federal grant intended for enforcement blitzes during holidays in 2011 and 2012. Areas that will be targeted are state Route 254, Read More…

Free agency Day 2: RB Peyton Hillis leaves Browns for Kansas City

NFL free agency began Tuesday at 4 p.m. Browns general manager Tom Heckert has said the team won’t “go crazy,” but that doesn’t mean they won’t participate or make news. Here’s some up-to-the-minute information from the team and around the league: Running back Peyton Hillis is no longer a Brown. The free agent signed a Read More…