October 22, 2014

Medina
Mostly cloudy
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Healing service at St. Matthew Lutheran

MEDINA — “Healer of our every ill, light of each tomorrow, give us peace beyond our fear, and hope beyond our sorrow.” These are the words of “Healer of Our Every Ill,” by Marty Haugen. His music captures the spirit of healing prayer, and it is one of several hymns participants have sung during the Read More…

Academic spotlight

Tanner Popovich of Murfreesboro, Tenn., was selected to attend the National Young Scholars Program, which honors and recognizes young scholars for their academic achievement and leadership potential. He is the son of Stephen and Brittany Popovich and grandson of Al and Maureen Sardelle of Montville Township.

Winners’ circle

Andrew Klimko of Medina was the winner of the Medina County Historical Society’s 2007 Victorian Feast dinner. Marie Shurell of Medina Township was awarded the 2007 Northrop Heritage Award for Service from the Medina County Historical Society. Judy Totts of Medina was awarded the 2007 Northrop Heritage Award for Historic Preservation from the Medina County Read More…

Military news

Air Force Air Force Airman Steven M. Tagliaferro has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman is a 2007 graduate of Medina High School. Air Force Airman David N. Tatro has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman is Read More…

Campus news

Bowling Green State University The following local students graduated from Bowling Green State University: Brunswick — Eric A. Brazynetz, associate of arts; Ashley Nicole Carr, cum laude, Bachelor of Science in education; Gregory Scott Hakos, doctor of philosophy; Jodie L. Hutchinson, Bachelor of Arts; Robert Marzola Jr., master of education. Liverpool Township — Jessica M. Read More…

Names in the news

Medina County Historical Society The 2008 officers of the Medina County Historical Society are: Brian Feron, president; Richard Clark, vice president; Linda Limpert, secretary; Becky Lucas, treasurer. Board members, with terms ending in 2010, are Mary Jane Brewer and Judy Davanzo. They join present board members Don Canfield, Marlene Jividen, Mike Davanzo and Joann King. Read More…

‘Robin’s Rhapsody’ installed in memory of Adam Dunaye

Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens announced that one of the most popular tree houses from this year’s recently closed exhibit, Treemendous Treehouses, has been moved to another location in Northeast Ohio. “Robin’s Rhapsody: A Musical Birdhouse,” has been donated by the designers, architectural firm Dorsky Hodgson Parrish Yue, to The Church at Stony Hill in Read More…

Franklin doesn’t water down Gospel offerings

After reforming last year to the cheer of ’70s glam rock fans, the New York Dolls is once again hitting the road to celebrate its brief but illustrious past. David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, who released 2006 Dolls album “One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This,” come to Cleveland for a Feb. Read More…

Detroit Cobras plan a New Year’s in Cleveland

Misery loves company is how Detroit Cobras singer Rachel Nagy views the love affair between her Motor City band and Northeast Ohio. “We like Cleveland,” said Nagy, calling from Detroit. “It’s kind of like Detroit, economy-wise, everyone is really hurting. I think Cleveland was No. 1 in America on an economic depression list, and we Read More…

Harlem Globetrotters play in Cleveland today

You better leave the trash talking at home when the Harlem Globetrotters come to town today for an afternoon show at Quicken Loans Arena. After all, this isn’t the playground hijinks of “And 1.” “Not to say anything bad about ‘And 1,’ but they’re great basketball players just going up and down the floor slamming Read More…