Opinion: Is It Too Early To Have Hope For Another World Series Berth?

BY JULIA SWAIN On September 22nd, 2020, the Cleveland Indians clinched a playoff berth in walk off fashion against the Chicago White Sox. Just five days later – thanks to a hot streak – the Indians clinched the second spot in the American League Central division over the White Sox and the fourth seed in the playoffs. For a team that did not even make the playoffs last year, this provides a sense of hope that maybe this could be the year that the Indians finally end their seventy-two year World Series drought. Or does it? Although the Indians ranked … Continue reading Opinion: Is It Too Early To Have Hope For Another World Series Berth?

Senior Celebration, a drive-in movie night with prizes, replaced prom for Wadsworth class of 2020

BY BRIAN COOTE Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Wadsworth High School celebrated in a different way to send the seniors off. On Friday, June 26 food trucks, prizes, and a drive-in movie were held in place as a senior celebration night. … Continue reading Senior Celebration, a drive-in movie night with prizes, replaced prom for Wadsworth class of 2020

Bosco’s Pizza opens in Wadsworth

BY KADE MIROS A family business named Bosco’s Pizza Kitchen recently opened in Wadsworth, bringing a different and new perspective to pizza, wings, salad, pasta and much more. The business first opened in Wooster six years ago in 2014 and both locations are both owned by Angelo Yacapraro along with his father Carl Yacapraro Jr. “Wadsworth was a town that we liked, there was some familiarity and family here,” said Angelo Yacopraro. “When you look at the demographics it was very strong with a lot of young families, and high population density.”  The Yacopraro family has been in the restaurant … Continue reading Bosco’s Pizza opens in Wadsworth