July 24, 2014

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Wrestling: Five individual titles lead Amherst to Bellevue title

BELLEVUE — Comets may be balls of ice that hurl through subzero temperatures in outer space, but the ones that hail from Amherst are hot, hot, hot. The Amherst Comets came away with five individual championships and the elusive team title at the Bob Bailey Invitational at Bellevue High on Saturday. The win comes a Read More…

Boys basketball: Midview asserts itself early, rolls over North Ridgeville

EATON TWP. — Midview got the opening tip Friday night against North Ridgeville. And pretty much everything else, too, in rolling to a 52-33 win over the Rangers in the West Shore Conference opener for both teams. The Middies (2-0, 1-0 WSC) won the opening tip and ran off 13 points before North Ridgeville’s Jacob Read More…

North Ridgeville police still investigating alleged abduction

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Police are continuing their investigation into a reported abduction-assault that occurred in October despite the fact the victim has changed her story of events leading up to her being found in an unpopulated area of the city. “We are still of the belief that an assault did occur and that she was Read More…

North Ridgeville man found dead had likely been spotted earlier

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Police said Wednesday that a man who was seen passed out by a light pole on Mills Creek Lane on Monday night likely was the same man whose body was discovered at a nearby Mills Road address the next morning. “We can’t say with absolute certainty that this unknown person was the Read More…

High school bowling: North Ridgeville set to lead area boys

The North Ridgeville boys bowling team sets a pretty high bar, not only for itself but for the rest of the North Shore Bowling Conference. The Rangers have advanced to the district tournament five straight times since the sport first became sanctioned by the OHSAA in 2006. This season shouldn’t be much different. North Ridgeville Read More…

Body found on North Ridgeville lawn

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Police say it doesn’t not appear that a man whose body was discovered this morning laying along Mills Road died of foul play. Police were notified by a caller just before 9 a.m. of the body, which was found in a lawn near a Mills Road home close to White Pine Way. Read More…

Ridgeville teacher on leave after bikini photo, possible sexual contact with student

North Ridgeville police Sgt. Adam Freas, Capt. Marti Garrow and school Superintendent Larry Brown answer questions about a teacher in the schools who may have had a sexual relationship with a student. (CT photo by Bruce Bishop.)

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A North Ridgeville High School teacher was placed on paid leave after being accused of sending two photos of herself, including one in a bikini top, to a student and possibly having a sexual relationship with another. The teacher, whose name was not released because no charges have been filed, acknowledged sending Read More…

Church offers service for those who have experienced loss of loved ones this year

Pastor Tom Joyce of Fields United Methodist Church will lead the church’s Time of Remembrance services to help people who have lost loved ones over the year.

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Getting through any tradition or ritual for the first time after the loss of a loved one can be a trying time, but it’s particularly tough when those traditions involve holidays. “The service is open to anyone who has lost loved ones,” Pastor Tom Joyce said of the 6 p.m. Nov. 27 Read More…

North Ridgeville teacher accused of possible relationship with student

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A North Ridgeivlle High School teacher is under investigaton for a possible sexual relationship with a student and for having texted photos of herself, one showing her in a bikini top, to a student. According to police, the teacher, who has been put on paid administrative leave and has not been identified, Read More…

North Ridgeville teacher placed on leave

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — A North Ridgeville Schools teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave, according to Superintendent Larry Brown. Brown wouldn’t give any details on what led up to the suspension other than to say it occurred yesterday. He declined to say what school the teacher works at. Brown said the district is conducting Read More…