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A house that sits directly north of the Portage County Administration Building in Ravenna was investigated Thursday after a man apparently entered through a broken window, and police found a meth lab inside.
A benefit will take place Saturday for a Ravenna High School graduate who is still recovering from injuries sustained in a car crash last month.
It took a Portage County jury only 53 minutes of deliberation Thursday to convict Joseph E. Thornton of fatally shooting his nephew in the back of the head in their Windham Township trailer on Christmas Day 2013.
The Waterloo Viking Plumbing defeated the Crestwood Crushers 13-9 in a six-inning showdown on Thursday night at Edinburg field to advance in the A Division OGSO tournament.
Windham Mike's Construction used clutch pitching and timely hitting to win an H League championship at the Ravenna Hot Stove District Tournament with a 10-0 shutout of the Garfield Fireballs at Volunteer Park on Sunday.
Great pitching performances highlighted Sunday's Hot Stove HH action at Rootstown's Gracie Fields. A trio of Edinburg pitchers struck out 21 batters, while a trio of Rootstown pitchers threw a no-hitter.