Sam and Brad spoke with Cleveland.com and Cleveland Plain Dealer sports columnist Bud Shaw to talk about our teams on a Monday afternoon.

 

Head Coach of the St. Vincent-St, Mary Fighting Irish Dru Joyce II spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about their Division II state title win over Trotwood-Madison over the weekend.

The title was their second in as many years and their eighth overall. 

 

New Norton head football coach Kevin Pollock spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about his latest coaching venture on a Feel Good Friday.

 

Former USC football player and FOX College football analyst Petros Papadakis joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about Sam Darnold's potential as a pro, as well as Hue Jackson's handling and coaching of quarterbacks. 

 

NBA reporter Jeff Zillgitt spoke with Sam Bourquin Thursday after the Cavaliers' win over the Toronto Raptors at the Q last evening.

 

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 10:36

AUDIO: Tim Dimoff on Incidents in Texas, Maryland

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It is only Wednesday, but there have already been a number of tragic stories. However, both have been contained as of Wednesday morning.

Tim Dimoff, the president and CEO of SACS Security Consulting, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the events that occurred in Austin, Texas and Great Mills, Maryland. In the Austin case, Dimoff talks about how the suspect’s cell phone and other devices left somewhat of a paper trail that led the authorities to him. As for the Maryland school shooting, Dimoff talks about how the resource officer neutralized the threat and took down the shooter, leaving the shooter as the lone fatality.

As of this morning, just before this interview was aired, the Austin suspect was identified as 24-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt.

Children in the future will know what it was like to be a Toys ‘R’ Us kid. But it is not just the toy stores that are being affected.

Jonathan Walsh, consumer reporter at WEWS/News 5 in Cleveland, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about the change in shopping habits. Walsh believes today's consumer is very concerned with convenience shopping, which does not bode well for the traditional brick-and-mortar stores such as Toys ‘R’ Us, Claire’s, and Sam’s Club, which are either closing some or all of their facilities in the near future. He says those stores failed to embrace the online shopping boom, and their downfalls are evident.

Shopping habits are changing across the board, not just in retail. Walsh mentions the trend in “curbside” grocery shopping, where employees of the store pick out items on a list made ahead of time. Even stores like Target and Walmart have introduced groceries into their facilities for the consumer’s convenience.

It's back again!  A great collaboration between the Akron -Canton Regional Foodbank's Community Harvest ,Atlantic Foods, and the Tri-County Restaurant Association for a special cause.

The 26th annual Celebrity Cuisine will be going on from 5:30pm to 8pm at the Canton Civic Center to help some people who are less fortunate, feeding them and providing them with quality food in food-insecure areas.

Actor and Northeast Ohio native Bruno Gunn spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about the event and talk a little Cleveland Sports as well. Bruno will be there serving it up.

All proceeds from tonight's event go to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank 

For more information, click here.  

 

The St. Vincent-St. Mary Fighting Irish are heading into a familiar spot as they get ready for Lexington in the state semifinals in Columbus.

Dru Joyce II spoke with Sam and Brad Monday to talk about their win over Villa Angela-St. Joseph over the weekend.

 

The trees of Issue 4 are beginning to bear fruit. One of those fruits is a new fire station in Middlebury.

Akron mayor Dan Horrigan joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about replacing fire station #2 over on East Market Street. Horrigan has stressed the monies from Issue 4 will be split into thirds, and fire is one of those categories. The other two are police and streets, and more than 54 miles of road will be resurfaced this year.

The mayor also talked about the Hamburger Festival hiatus. Due to the construction downtown, Horrigan believes the Hamburger Festival would have had a difficult time operating, though other events at Lock 3 should not be affected.

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