jarvis named miss volleyball - page 1 0 secret shop is dec. 7 amherst news-times dare we say it? bridgetis opert r jackson street residents gas station robbed cops see connections to other hits officers in are on the lookout" for an armed robber who they may also be responsi-. ble eight similar robberies lorain, sheffield lake, carlisle township, and elyria. according police lt. joseph kucirek, incident happened shortly after 10 p.m. monday nov. 12, when suspect entered pure at 1999 cooper foster park road. then approached clerk, brandishing a semi-automatic handgun while demanding money from register. fled scene foot with undisclosed amount of cash. reached by phone, manager had no comment about robbery. one was injured, said store not equipped any surveillance cameras. meanwhile, lake elyria there link robbery amherst. all, three incidences occurred lorain between 5 11. since two businesses township mo'st recent subway restaurant were fitting same description using gun. these described as fred henceroth, alvin miller nancy henceroth front bridge. john lasko reporter seven long years debates, design flaws, lawsuits, court battles hundreds thousands dollars costs attorneys ' fees, much anticipated bridge officially opened yesterday. engineer charles cvitkovich cleveland-based architectural firm hntb provided schematics, freemont based mosser construction started building $1.75 million dollar project back march. monday, representatives both htnb along city officials calvey, chief official mayor david taylor did walk through tour new made sure everything specified city's contract completed specifications. bridge, which spans across norfolk & southern railroad tracks, will now avenue south, north. it's expected reduce fire ems response times minutes. "the has come successful conclusion tried accommodate all neighbors," taylor. "we're going please everybody, but effort fair everybody involved we've ended up very project." however, wasn't supposed type ceremony or fan yesterday opening. only would out service department crews removed road closure signs barriers, like most big projects it didn't without criticism. some feared drastically property values make unsafe neighborhood children frequently play continued 3 est1 fc i. mm if 2 ft! mi: rr..i i . : 7e amh- s,-' w school. (pho.oa carl sulzberger, powder puff game tough stuff 8 y ells o g e j k3 s p "n fur- sullenberger sports correspondent amherst's marion l. steele students need funds, never loss something ordinary extraordinarily fun. football nvednesday evening case point four classes took gridiron bragging rights lots excitement. freshmen sophomore girls faced off first high scoring, fast-paced match. though score tied sophomores prevailed 42-28 victory. haile mihalcik, leah yacobucci, kaylee koller, amanda arcndt crossed goal line class 201 1. running veronica arthur-mensah, bridgette cruz, kelsey branson goals, lizzie soto two. explained head coach chris thomas, "we just came psyched. thought weren't as" good first, knew beat them. really dependent girls." next, junior senior put unique display unusual plays, great passing, enthusiastic performances. quite non-contact, bloodshed. brennan muhic win as, "basically, wanted shut down their offense. basically battle defenses whole game, so needed get our "o" into shape finally scores board." olivia sliman led juniors 6 jenna rosso makes yards middle wednesday seniors juniors. she her team 28-21 joins n-t news staff spending my career journalist camera, have begun chapter career, this time print news-times. born cleveland raised western suburb north olmsted, where parents still reside. 2002 graduated state university bachelor's degree broadcast journalism that year, sing santa theater workshop players theatre presents sing-a-long sunday, 9, shows, 4 your always dreamed seeing climb chimney? dreams true area's holiday event appears, later disappears, enchanted way. mother goose involves variety skits songs, audience participation. craft goodie bag round 'fun. can bring cameras photos santa. tickets $6 each, ages up. reserve seats calling box office (440) 988-5613. seals limited. located 44820 ridge rd. amherst, south park, old schoolhouse building.