BEREA: With Browns training camp set to kick off Saturday, coach Mike Pettine began his round of interviews with beat writers Monday at the team’s headquarters.
After returning from a vacation last week that included a trip to Hawaii, Pettine addressed several issues facing the team in his chat with the Beacon Journal.
Amid sirens and cheers, the 77th Annual FirstEnergy All-American Soap Box Derby kicked off its weeklong festivities with the opening ceremony Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS: Indians manager Terry Francona tried his best to give super utility man Mike Aviles some rare playing time in center field.
Budweiser Clydesdales coming to Ohio State Fair
Twins 4, Indians 3 - Stephanie Storm's final thoughts
552-episode "Simpson" marathon coming
Authentic music returns to Kings Island’s historic carousel
Report: NBA sold out of LeBron James replica jerseys
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel leads NFL in jersey sales
Manziel receives recognition based on potential
Washington Co. households get air monitors from health group
RubberDucks introduce "Return Of The King Burger" to its menu
Video: Cavs rookie Andrew Wiggins' highlights from NBA's Summer League
Updated: Location change for anti-illegal immigration protest in Akron
Penn State sets its kickoff time against Akron
Ohio State sets its kickoff time against Kent State
One trend-setting blogger could win $30,000
Firestone’s Bryce Harris, Jovahn Fair commit to play college football in the Mid-American Conference
There probably wasn’t a kid in town who hadn’t pretended to be Evel Knievel.
Q&A: Browns coach Mike Pettine says he has talked to Johnny Manziel about off-field behavior, team won’t cut Josh Gordon
Bob Dyer: Summer snacks
Kim Hone-McMahan: Wife and daughter of Akron police officer talk about his death 50 years after Tallmadge Parkway cave-in
Mistakes continue to plague Indians’ Josh Tomlin as Tigers avert series sweep
Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving relieved to sign extension, excited to welcome back LeBron James
The HeldenFiles: Cleveland singer in faceoff on ABC’s ‘Rising Star’
Future entrepreneurs brainstorm devices to prevent concussions in Akron program
Betty Lin-Fisher: If extreme couponing isn’t for you, there are still lots of ways to slash your grocery bills
Drop-off sites for Plant a Row for the Hungry
Bicyclists, motorists in Akron area still learning to share the road
Ballet Hispanico opened the Heinz Poll Summer Dance Festival on Friday night with a big dose of theatricality, humor and elements of darkness in its performance at Goodyear Metro Park.
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