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For those of you following at home -- there's $9,000,000 in the purse, the winner gets more than $1.5 million and even the last golfer on the list earns at least $42,000. Then again, they ARE the best golfers in the world. With Australia's Marc Leishman alone atop the leaderboard after Round 1 and a three-player tie for second it's still anyone to take over when the field takes to Firestone South with 9:10 tee times starting Round 2 of the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational.
(World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational) First-Round Notes – Thursday, July 31, 2014
Weather: Mix of sun and clouds. High temperature 78 degrees with WSW winds 10-15 mph.
Marc Leishman 64 (6-under)
Ryan Moore 65 (5-under)
Charl Schwartzel 65 (5-under)
Justin Rose 65 (5-under)
Marc Leishman: In his second career start at the Bridgestone Invitational, Leishman shot an opening 64, his first sub-par round at Firestone CC. His 64 is two shots off the first-round tournament record held by Adam Scott (2011). This is the second time in Leishman's career that he has held the lead after the first round. The last time he held the first-round lead was the 2013 Masters Tournament, where he went on to finish T4. Leishman led the field in birdies in the first round with eight. Leishman is making his first start since The Open Championship (T5), where he notched his fifth top 10 of the season. The Australian is seeking his first PGA TOUR win since the 2012 Travelers Championship. In five WGC starts, Leishman's best finish is a T18 at the 2012 HSBC Champions. The first-round leader has not gone on to win since Adam Scott at the 2011 Bridgestone Invitational. Scott is one of just four first-round leaders that went on to win in the event's 15-year history.
Ryan Moore: In his fourth start at the Bridgestone Invitational, three-time PGA TOUR winner Ryan Moore posted his lowest round with a bogey-free 65. Moore ranks second on TOUR with a first round scoring average of 68.72. Moore's previous best finish at the Bridgestone Invitational is a T16 in 2010. His best finish at a World Golf Championships event is a solo third at the 2009 HSBC Champions. Moore chipped in for birdie twice on the front nine, the first a 34 ft 7 inch chip on the par-3 5th hole and again on the par-4 8th hole from 15 ft 10 inches. He finished his round with five birdies. On the season, Moore ranks 18th in the FedExCup standings with six top-10 finishes, including a victory at the CIMB Classic. Round in review: Fairways: 12 of 14 (85.7 percent), 14 of 18 greens (77.8 percent).
Charl Schwartzel: In his sixth start at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, South Africa's Charl Schwartzel posted six birdies on his way to 5-under 65. Schwartzel started his round on No. 10 and made the turn by bogeying No. 1, then reeled off four consecutive birdies from Nos. 4-7 and finished out his round bogey-free. Schwazrtzel is seeking his first victory at a World Golf Championships event, and to become the first South African to win the Bridgestone Invitational. The last South African to win a WGC event is Ernie Els at the 2010 WGC-Cadillac Championship. Schwartzel is coming off of a T7 finish at The Open Championship, his first top-10 finish at a major since the 2011 U.S. Open. Schwartzel's year also includes a win at the European Tour's Alfred Dunhill Championship and five additional top-10 finishes across both the PGA TOUR and European Tour.
Justin Rose: Justin Rose birdied three of his final four holes to close his first round at the Bridgestone Invitational with a 5-under 65. This marks Rose's lowest round at the Bridgestone Invitational in ten starts. Roes ranked fourth in the field with Strokes Gained – Putting (2.822) through the first round. He is T1 with Gonzalo Fdez-Castano with only 23 putts in round one. Rose's only victory at a World Golf Championships event was the 2012 Cadillac Championship. With six top-10 finishes, including a win at the Quicken Loans National, Rose ranks 20th in the FedExCup this season.
- The 22 countries represented in this year's World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational are the most in tournament history. The previous best – 21 countries – occurred in 2004, 2005 and 2009.
- Defending champion Tiger Woods was plagued by bogeys on the front nine, but rallied for a bogey-free back nine to finish the day with a 68 and tied for ninth.
- The first–round leader has gone on to win nine times during the 2013-14 season, most recently Rory McIlroy at The Open Championship.
- Rory McIlroy will move to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking if he wins the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and Adam Scott finishes outside the top 5. Henrik Stenson will move to No. 1 in the OWGR if he wins this week and Adam Scott finishes outside the top 40.
FedExCup implications: Several players who are traditionally in the field for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola have work remaining on the road back to East Lake when the FedExCup Playoffs begin at The Barclays in three weeks.
Player Current FEC rank R1
Luke Donald 62 T55
Hunter Mahan 72 T35
Brandt Snedeker 83 T9
Phil Mickelson 89 T35
Ernie Els 105 T35
Steve Stricker 117 T61
Tiger Woods 215 T9
Bogey-free rounds: Ryan Moore (65), Graham DeLaet (67), Justin Rose (65)
Front nine Back nine Cumulative
R1 35.671 35.303 70.974
A good quarter for Goodyear -- a record, actually. The company reporting second quarter sales hit $4.7 billion, down a bit from the previous yer but operating income hit $460 million for the period, a seven percent increase from the same period last year. First half income is up 14% from last year at a record $833 million.
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(Goodyear) The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company today reported record earnings for the second quarter of 2014.
"We delivered record second quarter results, driven by strong consumer replacement volumes in all of our regions where our new products are in demand," said Richard J. Kramer, chairman and chief executive officer. "Our performance in the first half, which was achieved through a balance of volume growth and cost reduction, gives us confidence that our strategy is working and we are on track to attain our 2014-2016 financial targets."
Goodyear's second quarter 2014 sales were $4.7 billion, compared to $4.9 billion a year ago. Tire unit volumes totaled 40.6 million for the second quarter of 2014, up 3 percent from 2013. Replacement tire shipments were up 6 percent with growth in all four regions. Original equipment unit volume was down 4 percent, primarily in Latin America. The company reported record segment operating income of $460 million in the second quarter of 2014. This was up 7 percent from the year-ago quarter driven by significant improvement in Europe, Middle East and Africa, which more than offset softness in emerging markets. The North American business continued to perform at record levels with segment operating margin of more than 10 percent.
Goodyear's record second quarter 2014 net income available to common shareholders was $213 million (76 cents per share). Excluding certain significant items, adjusted net income was $225 million (80 cents per share). Per share amounts are diluted.
For the second quarter of 2013, net income available to common shareholders was $181 million (67 cents per share). Excluding certain significant items, adjusted net income was $209 million (76 cents per share). Per share amounts are diluted. Year to date Goodyear's sales for the first six months of 2014 were $9.1 billion, down 6 percent from the 2013 period. Tire unit volumes totaled 80.6 million for the first half of 2014, up 2 percent from 2013. Replacement tire shipments were up 4 percent. Original equipment unit volume was down 3 percent.
The company's first half segment operating income of $833 million was up 14 percent from last year and a record. Compared to the prior year, year-to-date segment operating income reflects volume and earnings growth in North America and Europe, Middle East and Africa, which offset lower earnings in emerging markets. Goodyear's year-to-date net income available to common shareholders of $155 million (58 cents per share) is down from $206 million (79 cents per share) in 2013's first half. All per share amounts are diluted.
Akron-based Goodyear says it's met it's goal of hiring a thousand veterans -- ahead of schedule. The tiremaker had a goal of hiring a thousand military vets over a three year period but made it in two, and is promising to add another thousand veterans to it's job rolls over the next year.
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(Goodyear) Two years ago, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company made a commitment to hire 1,000 United States military veterans. Today, the company announced that it surpassed its three-year goal more than a year early, and has pledged to hire an additional 1,000 veterans.
“The response to Goodyear’s military hiring initiative—both from veterans and the public — has been incredible,” said Gary VanderLind, vice president of human resources, Goodyear North America. “Thanks to our military recruiting efforts and the talent exhibited by veteran candidates, we’ve surpassed our initial goal more than a year early and are making an aggressive new pledge to hire 1,000 more veterans over the next year.”
Goodyear’s original commitment was announced in cooperation with the United States Chamber of Commerce Hiring Our Heroes program—a nationwide initiative to help veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses find meaningful employment opportunities—and the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.
“It is simply amazing what Goodyear has been able to do in only two years,” said Eric Eversole, vice president at the U.S. Chamber and executive director of Hiring Our Heroes. “Thanks to industry leaders like Goodyear and the companies who have followed suit, we have seen real progress and momentum in the effort to get veterans back to work in America. There is still so much to be done on this issue, but Goodyear is setting a tremendous example by doubling down on their
According to VanderLind, veterans, guardsmen and reservists looking to build a civilian career will find the Goodyear culture supportive of traditional military values, with a focus on delivering results. Goodyear associates are committed to building the highest quality products in a supportive team-based culture.
The company has also formed an employee veterans association, which is devoted to supporting the transition to civilian life and enabling internal networking opportunities. “The make-up of our workforce is changing rapidly and we’re seeking high quality talent that will help us meet the evolving needs of our customers and our company,” VanderLind said. “We’ve found that veterans, guardsmen and reservists often demonstrate many of the skills we value: proven leadership, courageous decision making, effective problem solving and the technical skills that translate well to working in the tire industry.”
Quite a haul for two OVI checkpoints last night, one on Lover's Lane and another on Brown Street. Eight arrests on Lover's Lane but the big action came on Brown Street when a motorists tried to drive away and rammed a cop car in the process.
That driver's facing assault charges on top of OVI, driving on suspension, fleeing, reckless operation and open container.
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(OVI Task Force) On Friday July 25th , 2014 the Summit County OVI Task Force conducted two simultaneous sobriety checkpoints; one at 594 Lover's Lane and one at 1044 Brown Street in the City of Akron.
The results of the Lover's Lane checkpoint are as follows:
34- Vehicles passed through the checkpoint in total
01- Vehicle was directed into the diversion area for further investigation or violations
01- Person was arrested for Driving under Suspension
The results of the Brown Street checkpoint are as follows:
151- Vehicles passed through the checkpoint in total
16- Vehicles were directed into the diversion area for further investigation or violations
08- People were arrested for Driving under Suspension
01- Person was cited for operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license
02- People were cited for Failure to Use Child Safety Restraints to secure their children
01- Vehicle was impounded
A motorist fled the Brown Street checkpoint leading officers on a pursuit that ended when the motorist rammed a police cruiser on Grant Street at Jewell. The driver was charged with felonious assault on a police officer, felony willful fleeing, reckless operation, driving under suspension, resisting arrest,
obstructing official business, assaulting a police officer and possessing an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle.
A second occupant in the vehicle was also charged with obstructing official business.
Saturation patrols adjacent to the checkpoints resulted in:
02- People were arrested for Driving under Suspension
02- People were arrested possessing an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle
01- Person was arrested for drug possession
01- Person was cited for Failure to Use Child Safety Restraints to secure their child
03- Three other motorists were cited for various other violations
The LeBron James Homecoming event is officially a sell out.
City officials say the free tickets to the August 8th event at InfoCision Stadium sold out "within hours". The tickets became available starting at 10 AM this (Monday) morning via Ticketmaster.
There is an effort to make "a small amount" of additional tickets available, with details released later.
(City of Akron - news release) - Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets to the community event marking LeBron James' return to his hometown, all available tickets sold out within hours of their release.
The City, The LeBron James Family Foundation, and The University of Akron are working to make a small amount of additional tickets available. More details will be released when available.
The City of Akron wants to thank everyone for its enthusiastic support for what is sure to be a memorable event!
Want to give LeBron a proper Akron welcome home without aggravating his Bath Township neighbors? Thank you for your consideration; there's a time, place and now how to get tickets for the Welcome Home LeBron celebration at Infocision Stadium Friday, August 8th.
Tickets are free but only available through Ticketmaster starting Monday morning. The City's LeBronFest begins after 7:00 and includes recognition of James' charitable efforts in the region through the LeBron James Family Foundation.
(Previous ANN coverage) (City of Akron) The City of Akron will join with the LeBron James Family Foundation in welcoming LeBron James back to his hometown team at a free public event Friday, August 8, at 7:15pm at InfoCision Stadium-Summa Field on The University of Akron's campus.
Admission is free, but every person planning to attend must have a ticket, obtainable only through Ticketmaster, beginning at 10:00am, Monday, July 28. Go to Ticketmaster HERE for tickets.
""LeBron has always remained dedicated to Akron and his Wheels for Education kids. Our entire community is happy to celebrate with him and welcome him back to his hometown, Akron, Ohio," said Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic. "We plan to do that in a big way by celebrating those aspects of our community that LeBron himself values most." Mayor Plusquellic also said that the event has received strong community support from Akron General, the City's lead sponsor for the event, as well as Bridgestone Americas, Inc., FirstEnergy Corp., Summa Health System, GoJo, Akron Children's Hospital, and FirstMerit Bank, all of whom have made contributions to support the August 8 event.
The August 8 event will focus on LeBron's positive impact on his hometown. For many children and families in Akron, LeBron has had a daily presence in their lives through his "Wheels for Education" program and the "I Promise" campaign, which has reached more than 800 Akron Public school children and their families.
The evening is being shared with LeBron's 3rd annual Family Reunion for nearly 2,500 of his WFE kids and families, who will occupy Summa Field. In addition to LeBron and a recitation of his "I Promise" pledge, there will be special performances by local community groups and remarks by notable individuals who have been a part of LeBron's journey. The event will celebrate LeBron's return to his hometown, and more importantly, the many kids and families in Akron that have been positively impacted by his philanthropic efforts.
Individuals who plan to attend must have a valid ticket to enter. Gates to InfoCision Stadium will open at 6:15pm. Parking is available in lots surrounding The University of Akron's campus.
Update 11:30 am: North Canton police say a missing 77-year-old woman was "alive and responsive" in the water along the West Branch of the Nimishillen Creek this morning. A firefighter found a shoe in the creek -- which led crews to Arlene Gimigliano about 125 feet downstream. The Plain Township Fire Department along with the Stark County Sheriff's office responded to assist at the scene of the rescue. Gimigliano was taken to Aultman Hospital for an evaluation regarding possible hypothermia and other health and safety concerns.
Update 8:50 am: North Canton police say Arlene Gimigliano was located this morning around 8:23 am and is being transported to a hospital for evaluation. Police say she "appears to be ok."
A Missing Adult Alert has been issued by the North Canton Police Department for Stark County.
(North Canton PD) Information as of: July 22, 2014 at 8:08 PM
Be on the lookout for a missing adult. On July 22, 2014 at 6:00 PM, Ms. Gimigliano left her residence and has not returned.
The incident took place in Stark County, OH on Irondale Circle Northeast in the city of North Canton.
The adult's name is Arlene Gimigliano and the individual is missing. The adult is a White female, age 77, is 5' 5" tall, weighs 125 lbs., has blonde hair, and has brown eyes. Ms. Gimigliano was last seen wearing a long sleeve sweater and dark blue shorts. Ms. Gimigliano suffers from Dementia and Sundowners Syndrome.
Call or dial 911 if you see the adult. You can also call 1-866-693-9171 to be transferred directly to the investigating law enforcement agency or to hear the alert information.
Mark the calendar now: Infocision Stadium is likely to be nuts August 8th if the hype leading up to and coming out of "Decision II" is any indication.
While LeBron James is already home, filming a television commercial Thursday at his St. Vincent St. Mary High School alma mater, this will be the "official" welcome home rally promised by Akron city officials after he announced he was returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The open to the public community rally is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. following a day of activities celebrating the Foundation's third annual I PROMISE Family Reunion and Wheels for Education program with a pre-school year welcome for Akron area third graders and those "graduates" continuing to middle school and the I PROMISE network.
Of course, LeBron's no stranger to Infocision Stadium; he's attended plenty of games there as well as other events. And he won't need directions to get around construction on South Florida roads either; it's good to be home!
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(LeBron James Family Foundation) The LeBron James Family Foundation (LJFF) is taking its commitment to its hometown to a whole new level this summer with a busy week of events planned for the first week of August. Driven by LeBron’s commitment to creating lasting change in Akron, local businesses are coming together to help LeBron, his Foundation, and Nicole Curtis from HGTV’s Rehab Addict, to renovate the home and yard of one of its Wheels for Education (WFE) students in LJFF’s first ever PROMISE Project. Through this
Consider this the upgrade to beat all upgrades: you're on the green when the WGC Bridgestone Invitational 2014 Champion is crowned, right in the winner's photo. There can be only one champ, and there will be only one spectator with a chance of paying for the privilege of standing in for the photo op.
It's just one of the perks the WGC Bridgestone Invitational is offering with more fan-friendly events and a broader fan experience for followers of the world's best golfers prowling the manicured grounds of Firestone Country Club's South Course when the Tournament begins Wednesday, July 30th with practice rounds. Most aren't free and quanities are limited, but the WGC Bridgestone Invitational is expanding ticket purchases and displays using mobile technology. Food trucks and music are also included in this year's event, something new fans of golf tournaments of past years won't recognize from the days when cellphones weren't even allowed on the course and the concept of bands playing and mobile food trucks would have never been considered.
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(World Golf Championships) World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational officials announced several new enhancements for fans when the event returns to Akron, Ohio, on July 30-August 3 at Firestone Country Club.
The Bridgestone Invitational will be the first golf event to offer #FANPERKS, which are fan enhancement experiences that go above and beyond just attending a golf event and take fans behind-the-scenes to give them VIP access never before offered. In addition, fans can now purchase tickets, enter the event and transfer tickets to friends via their smartphone for an added convenience. #FANPERKS will be offered using mobile technology from Experience (expapp.com).
To access #FANPERKS, fans will need to download the most current PGA TOUR app (ios 2.5) and, for an enhanced experience, ensure push notifications are turned on (select #FANPERKS from the main menu). While at the Bridgestone Invitational, via push notifications and Bluetooth, fans will receive pings to notify them of the latest and greatest experiences available while on site.
Fans will have access to a variety of behind-the-scenes experiences, limited access and other perks, including the following:
Tuesday only: Bridgestone Golf Experience
Tour of the official Bridgestone Golf equipment van on-site
Behind-the-scenes look at how technicians adjust the clubs of the TOUR pros each week
Custom-made Bridgestone Golf driver
Three packages available
Wednesday only: Ambassador of Golf Package
VIP seating at the Ambassador of Golf Ceremony (2014 recipient: Johnny Miller)
VIP access to cocktail party and reception at Firestone Country Club immediately following the ceremony
10 packages available
Saturday or Sunday only: Honorary Observer Twosome
Choose between Saturday or Sunday (only one package available per day)
Access for two to walk inside the ropes for 18 holes
Includes commemorative Bridgestone Invitational polo shirt for each participant
Deadline to purchase Saturday packages is Friday of tournament week at 8 p.m. The deadline to purchase Sunday packages is Saturday at 8 p.m.
Saturday or Sunday only: 18th Hole VIP Ticket
Reserved seating for one at the Clubhouse for lunch with an open bar
Includes reserved seating in the Skybox on the 18th hole with inclusive drinks all day and light appetizers in the afternoon
Five packages available per day (Saturday or Sunday)
Sunday only: Photo with the champion
Be a part of closing ceremony by getting your picture taken with the newly crowned 2014 Bridgestone Invitational winner during the official photo call
Includes a commemorative, framed photo that will be mailed to the purchaser
Only one package available
All week: Clubhouse Foursome with South Firestone Country Club Golf
Four weekly Clubhouse badges with access to the 16th hole Championship Club – an upgraded venue with a sports-bar setting and live television coverage of all of the action with prime views of the best hole at Firestone
One valet parking pass to the Bridgestone Invitational
Foursome for golf at Firestone Country Club South Course at a mutually agreeable date after August 4, including cart fees. Applicable fees apply and times are restricted.
Four packages available
All week: Front-Row Access
Front-row, special reserved section at the driving range and No. 1 tee for optimal viewing
10 packages available
All week: Championship Club Upgrade
The Bridgestone Invitational now offers Mobile Entry for grounds ticket buyers at this year's tournament. The service, offered by Ticketmaster, allows guests to purchase tickets at PGATOUR.COM/tickets, ticketmaster.com or the Ticketmaster mobile site and enter the event via their smartphone. The new method allows for a completely mobile purchase and entry experience, providing fans an easy and efficient entry to the Bridgestone Invitational.
With the mobile option, fans have the ability to view/bookmark their ticket prior to the event and save the ticket on their phone to make it available at any time. Once at the event entrance, fans will simply display the ticket barcode on their smartphone and have it scanned for entry.
In addition, daily grounds ticket buyers have the ability to transfer their tickets to friends and family via email. In a partnership with Ticketmaster, Ticket Transfer is a new service that enhances the fan's purchase experience and creates an easy way for fans to share tickets with friends. This service is available to fans on both their desktop and mobile devices.
The tournament recently announced several new fan enhancements including concerts after play on Friday and Saturday of tournament week as well as local favorite restaurants Swenson's and Strickland's serving food this year. Additionally, fans will receive happy hour prices during the Music After Play concert series Friday and Saturday with $5 Heineken USA beer options from 6-8 p.m. in the tournament's Fan Zone.
The Massillon man who made national headlines for an in-hospital mercy killing dies -- behind bars.
68-year old John Wise and wife of 45 years, Barbara, had a pact: neither would allow the other to suffer. On August 4, 2012, Wise says he acted out of love when he shot her to death as she lay in Akron General's ICU and appeared to be in pain. But doctors say she could have recovered after suffering a cerebral aneurysm. He went with a gun, to meet the promise to each other. He said she was in pain, and that's why he told doctors to leave and shot her, even planning to kill himself but the pistol jammed.
Ohio does not recognize mercy killing as a defense but the case struck a strong chord with then public, including prosecutors who agreed to a reduced sentence of six years in prison but even with that reduced sentence his attorney, Paul Adamson of Akron, said he would not likely survive in prison.
Wise was taken to the OSU Medical Center Monday afternoon from the Ohio Department of Corrections Medical Facility near Columbus; he died around 3:30 in the afternoon. State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesperson Jo Ellen Culp says the death appears to be of natural causes but a further investigation will determine a specific cause of death.
A domestic disturbance call turned fatal in Alliance Saturday evening in Alliance. The Stark County Sheriff's Department reports police responding to a call at 3085 Ridgehill Avenue NE arrived along with Alliance police officers at the home when resident Douglas Litman pointed a handgun at a deputy and "attempted to shoot him."
Litman reportedly retreated inside after the deputy shot at the suspect and a few moments later police heard a single gunshot. They found Litman in the basement suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to Alliance Community Hospital where he died.
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(Stark County Sheriff's Department) Stark County Sheriff George T. Maier reports an investigation of a domestic disturbance and subsequent shooting at 3085 Ridgehill Ave. N.E. Alliance, Ohio on Saturday July 12, 2014.
The Stark County Sheriff's Office was notified by the Alliance Police Department of an ongoing domestic disturbance that occurred at 3085 Ridgehill Ave. N.E. that had concluded prior to the complaint being received. Deputies responded to the scene and arrived at 11:01 PM where they were assisted by officers from the Alliance Police Department.
As Officers approached the residence to investigate the domestic incident the suspect, Douglas E. Litman, who resides at the same address, pointed a handgun at a responding deputy and attempted to shoot him. The Deputy shot at the suspect who then immediately retreated into the residence. Moments later, officers heard a single gunshot from inside the home and upon further investigation, they discovered the suspect had retreated to the basement where he was injured from what appeared to be a self inflicted gunshot wound.
The suspect was transported to Alliance Community Hospital by Stark Ambulance and he later succumbed from his injury.
The incident remains under investigation by the Stark County Sheriff's Office and the Stark County Coroner with the assistance of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification