No matter what you think of Art Modell, you have to admit he was one of the most interesting people the NFL ever knew.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Monday, January 30, 2012
The Summit County Medical Examiner's office said Jason Lilly, 17, had an enlarged heart that may have caused his death
An enlarged heart may have been the cause of death of 17-year-old Jason Lilly, according to the Summit County Medical Examiner. Gary Guenther, a spokesperson with the examiner's office, said the autopsy uncovered that Lilly had an enlarged heart, but the office is still waiting on tests to determine the official cause of death, which may take several weeks. Lilly died in the early morning on Jan. 26. At a vigil for Lilly on Friday night, his father told a crowd about his son's enlarged heart to quiet all the rumors going around about how his son died. Twinsburg Patch will continue to follow this story bringing you the latest updates as they come in.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
A 17-year-old youth was found this morning in his Ray Court home
UDATED: 2:15 p.m. Friends and classmates of 17-year-old Jason Lilly, who was found dead earlier this morning, took to Twitter to remember him and mourn his passing. @ajgiabambam2: "#RIPJASONLILLY we will always miss you. I didn't know you well but you were always smiling. #prayingforyou." @mloeff: "I've never seen twinsburg high school so torn apart. today is one of the saddest days ever. #RIPJASONLILLY." @nicholasjay27: "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory no one can steal. #RIPJayLilly." @jessicaLbrown18: "I couldn't even imagine what his mother is going through. Praying for his entire family. #RIPJayLilly <3." @zakcard13: "Jay is looking down on us all realizing how many people truly cared about him. This …
Monday, October 17, 2011
Unidentified male discovered Sunday in Leebrick Hall
Editor's Note: This story was originally reported by Kent Patch on Sunday night. Homecoming weekend at Kent State University came to a tragic end Sunday when a body was discovered in a residence hall. An unidentified male was found Sunday afternoon on the fourth floor of Leebrick Hall, which is a part of the Tri-Towers dorm complex off Loop Road on the eastern edge of campus. The cause of death is unknown. The chief investigator for the Portage County Coroner's Office, Tom Decker, said the man's body was found between 5:30 and 6 p.m. Decker said how long the man lay dead before he was found "has not been determined yet." To read the full story, visit Kent Patch.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
The Summit County Medical Examiner's full report should be released later today
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office said Monday there was no foul play in the death of 36-year-old Shawn Cultrona, Twinsburg Police Chief Christopher Noga said. Noga said the coroner's official ruling could be done by the end of today, clearing up some details of what happened at Cultrona's Country Club Circle home on Sunday morning. Police were called to the home around 11:46 a.m. after the his wife and 6-year-old son found his body in the bathroom. Noga said the two had stayed at a friend’s house the night before. On Monday Noga said there was no sign of forced entry into the home. Be sure to check back with Twinsburg Patch as more details become available.