Thursday, January 5, 2012
The Browns lost Jan. 1, but Stow's Football Coach Mark Nori was a winner this season and honored for receiving a coach of the week award this season.
At halftime of the Browns-Steelers game Jan. 1, several high school football coaches were honored for being a Coach of the Week at Browns Stadium, including Stow's Football Coach Mark Nori. The coaches went onto the field at halftime and because Nori couldn't make it, he asked Assistant Coach Garrett Mattes to fill in. But, being on a NFL football field is nothing new for Nori, who spent four years in the NFL playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Giants. Although he wasn't on the field Jan. 1, he did however attend a game a few weeks earlier for the weekly coaches award at the stadium. "It was a lot of fun to experience the environment of a Cleveland Browns game from field level," he said. "There is so …
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Patch bloggers throughout the state are making great contributions.
Patch readers throughout the state have unique viewpoints that they're not afraid to share with everyone. Check out some of the interesting blogs posted this week: Got something on your mind? Patch is always looking for unique views and new Local Voices in our community. If you're interested in blogging at Patch, send a note to Amanda.Harnocz@patch.com, or tell us in the comments.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Hats off to our Heroes will recognize five fallen officers in Ohio during the Cleveland Browns game Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Cleveland Browns dedicate a portion of time during home games to recognize and salute each branch of the government, Katrina Relief Effort volunteers and local police and fire representatives. This Sunday, fallen Stow Officer Jonathan Bastock of Cuyahoga Falls will be recognized. The recognition, Hats Off to Our Heroes, will take place during the first quarter of the game. Along with fallen Stow Police Officer Bastock, Deputy Sheriff Suzanne Hopper, Captain Daniel Stiles, Sgt. Brian Dulle, Officer Tom Hayes and Officer Andrew Dunn will each be honored during the first quarter of the game during a live scoreboard feed. They also died in the line of duty serving a local Ohio community. Related content:
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Check out this week's best blogs on Stow Patch.
Stow Patch is bursting with blogs and you can participate. Whether you talk to the blogger in the comments or consider writing your own blog, you can be a part of the conversation. Interested in blogging? Contact Local Editor Amanda Harnocz for details. Here's the bests of last week's blogs: Browns Blogger Matt Striner laments the sad consistency of the Browns in his recent blog post Deja Vu, Cleveland-Style. Dr. Russ Jones, Stow-Munroe Falls School District Superintendent, blogged in Board Announces Additional Proposed Budget Reductions about cuts the district may have to make if a levy on the November ballot doesn't get approved by the voters. A conversation on his blog has already started to take place in the comments. New business …
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Are you ready to talk football? Get the conversation started at Stow Patch!
Football and Northeast Ohio go together like chips and salsa. Are you a fan of the Stow Bulldogs, the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers? Have you ever dressed as Jim Tressel or Mel Kiper for Halloween? Have you measured your baby's first-year growth by laying him next to the "O" logo on your Ohio State picnic blanket? Do your friends turn to you when a penalty or playmaking decision needs an explanation? Have you ever sneaked out of a wedding reception — including your own — to watch a big game? Did you have a small spasm when you and your spouse were going through possible baby names and they said, "Ya know, Brady's a nice name ... " If any of the above apply to you, join Stow Patch as a football blogger. …
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Take a peek at what is happening in communities near Stow.
We might not always notice it, but interesting things happen outside of Stow! Here's a look at some top news stories from around Stow Patch: