DA to start against Bengals
Well, it looks like the Brady Quinn era in Cleveland is officially done… until Mangini becomes unhappy with Derek Anderson and puts Quinn back in. Then, once Quinn proves himself useless yet again, Mangini will turn to third stringer Brett Ratliff.
Seriously though, did anyone not see this coming? It was […]
October 2009 lunch menu for Elyria City Schools.
Full price lunch: $2.35, reduced: $0.40.
BRUNSWICK — City officials hope to raise money for road repairs by offering an early retirement package for eligible city employees.
In recent years, the city has budgeted about $300,000 a year to fix city streets, which is only enough to fund minor projects, Ward 3 Councilman Joe Delsanter said.
“We are looking to take the net […]
LODI — The village is looking at options to resolve a zoning issue that has left several residents in mobile home parks without utilities.
The Planning and Zoning Commission has been discussing a new zoning ordinance with owners of mobile home parks who have said their residents are being denied utilities because of the enforcement of […]
NORTH CANTON — U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu came to Ohio Monday to talk about clean energy, which is the focus of some of the projects at Sharon Township’s EBO Group.
Jim Doutt, manager of business development of EBO Group, said he and company Chairman Dave Heidenreich went to the meeting with Chu to fill […]
CLEVELAND — Boat owners in northwest Ohio are taking stock of their losses from high winds that pushed Lake Erie water east, toward Buffalo, N.Y.
Officials say water levels dropped Monday at Ohio marinas from Toledo to Port Clinton, and boats got mired in muck on the lake bottom. Some remained stuck and were flooded […]
INDEPENDENCE — Cavaliers guard Delonte West apparently had a change of heart between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.
A day after saying he felt great and was ready to focus on basketball, West failed to show up for the team’s morning and evening practices at Cleveland Clinic Courts.
“Delonte is in Cleveland,” general manager Danny Ferry said […]
By The Associated Press
IRVING TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Each day before the school bus comes to pick up the neighborhood’s children, Lisa Snyder did a favor for three of her fellow moms, welcoming their children into her home for about an hour before they have to leave for school.
Regulators who oversee child care, however, don’t see […]
YORK TWP. — What had been Medina County’s oldest continuing football rivalry will continue no more.
After rumors swirled that Buckeye wanted to end its series with Highland, Bucks athletic director Glen Reisner made it official last week, meaning next year the schools will not play each other for the first time since 1953.
The move was […]
ELYRIA — In a day better suited for ducks than birdies, Lutheran West won the Division II sectional team title Tuesday in rainy, cold and windy conditions at Forest Hills Golf Center.
Veteran coach Karen Wittrock’s Longhorns are in their first Division II competition — they were one boy over the Division III maximum enrollment — […]