September 2, 2014

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Browns Notes: Nose tackle Phil Taylor furious with Ravens RB Ray Rice after incident

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice carries the ball against the Cleveland Browns Sunday. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

BALTIMORE – Nose tackle Phil Taylor wouldn’t tell reporters Sunday why he was so angry with Ravens running back Ray Rice after the second snap of the game, a 3-yard loss by Rice. “Look at the film, you will see,” Taylor said after the Browns’ 14-6 loss. The tape shows Rice and Taylor going face Read More…

Ravens beat Browns for 11th straight time, 14-6

BALTIMORE — The Browns dropped to 0-2 and may have lost their starting quarterback. The Ravens (1-1) celebrated their Super Bowl championship before the game, then scored two touchdowns in the second half to beat the Browns 14-6 this afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium. Cleveland quarterback Brandon Weeden left the game in the fourth quarter Read More…

Third-quarter update: Ravens 7, Browns 6

BALTIMORE — The Ravens took their first lead on a 5-yard run by Bernard Pierce with 5:13 left in the third quarter and took the 7-6 advantage into the fourth quarter. The Ravens’ drive was 12 plays for 80 yards. Quarterback Joe Flacco went 3-for-3 for 44 yards – all on third down. He hit Read More…

Browns-Ravens pregame update: DL Ahtyba Rubin inactive for 2nd straight week

BALTIMORE – Starting defensive end Ahtyba Rubin will miss his second straight game today with a calf injury. Billy Winn will replace him. The Browns (0-1) play the Ravens (0-1) at 1 p.m. Rubin hurt the calf in practice before the opener and hasn’t practiced since. He rode the stationary bike and worked with trainers Read More…

Browns-Ravens pregame info: Points of interest, numbers game, the facts

THREE-POINT STANCE (Three points of interest in today’s game) BACK TO BALTIMORE Browns outside linebacker Paul Kruger might have a touch of nostalgia before kickoff. The Ravens will celebrate their Super Bowl win with a pregame video and the unveiling of a banner, and Kruger was an integral part of the championship with 4.5 sacks Read More…

Wedding – Dupont

Brett & Jennifer Dupont

Jennifer Mele and Brett Dupont exchanged vows at Mill Hollow Park in Vermilion, on Saturday, July 13, 2013. Pastor David Sharp, Jr. officiated the ceremony. Attendants included Carla Ponting as Matron of honor, Lindsey Valentine and Kim Fisher as Bridesmaids, Jon Dupont as Best Man, Adam Knoll and Matt Thorburn as Ushers; the couples dog, Read More…

Engagement – Wickes – Ellison

Bethany Wickes & Jake Ellison

David and Laura Wickes of Oberlin proudly announce the recent engagement of their youngest daughter Bethany Diane to Jacob “Jake” Richard Ellison, son of the late James and Karen Ellison of Oregon. Grandparents of Bethany are Marilyn Felix and the late Demps Felix of Elyria and the late Jack and Megan Wickes of England. Grandmother Read More…

$250 million for new programs in the classroom up for grabs in Ohio

Educators who want to try something new in their classrooms to boost student achievement will have access to a $250 million pot of money the state has set aside for new programs. The application process is still in its infancy with the newly appointed governing board over the Straight A Fund just announcing this week Read More…

65th Anniversary – Snyder

Harold & Ruby Snyder

Ruby and Harold “Blue” Snyder of Elyria, will celebrate their 65thwedding anniversary September 4, 2013! They were married in 1948 in Buckhannon, West Virginia by Pastor Ross Linger. Harold is a retired carpenter. He enjoys golfing, camping and fishing. Ruby is a homemaker. She enjoys golfing, camping and reading. The couple has one daughter, Connie Read More…

Michelle Knight, Gina DeJesus’ parents honored at Hispanic Heritage parade

Parade

  LORAIN — Kidnapping victim Michelle Knight and the parents of kidnapping victim Gina DeJesus were honored Saturday at the second annual Hispanic Heritage parade. “Anything is possible with the love of God,” Knight told a crowd of about 200 people in brief remarks at a post-parade picnic at Veterans Park across from City Hall. Read More…