October 22, 2014

Medina
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Maria R. Lariviere

Maria Rita (nee Jannitto) Lariviere, 78, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008, in Medina. She was born in Waterbury, Conn., on May 18, 1930. She received her registered nurse degree from St. Mary’s Hospital School of Nursing in Waterbury and was a licensed registered nurse in Connecticut, New Jersey and Ohio. She worked at Medina Read More…

Angeline Spangler

Angeline Spangler, 91, of Litchfield Township, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008, in Litchfield. She was born March 22, 1917, in Cleveland. Mrs. Spangler and her first husband, Robert Medlen, owned and operated Parma Auto Parts (located in Brunswick and Parma). She was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, and a longtime member Read More…

‘Chud’ takes some hits

By SCOTT PETRAK Staff Writer BEREA — A year ago, everyone associated with the Browns was thankful for Rob Chudzinski. In his first year as an NFL offensive coordinator, the Browns were eighth in scoring (25.1 points per game), eighth in yardage (351.3) and sent four players to the Pro Bowl. Chudzinski was repeatedly referred Read More…

Quinn hasn’t made decision yet

By SCOTT PETRAKStaff Writer BEREA — Quarterback Brady Quinn remained undecided Friday whether to have surgery on his broken right index finger, or leave it in a splint for six weeks to see if the bone and tendon heal on their own. “I’ll just sound out all the different advice and make a decision once Read More…

Offense comes easy for Cavs

By RICK NOLANDAssistant Sports Editor CLEVELAND – Another night, another blowout and another fourth quarter off for LeBron James. The Cavaliers continued playing exceptional basketball Friday at Quicken Loans Arena, dispatching the Golden State Warriors 112-97 in a game that wasn’t nearly as close as the final score indicates. Cleveland upped its record to 13-3 Read More…

Wadsworth police log

- An officer conducted a traffic stop on High Street at 12:11 a.m. Sunday because a vehicle was driving without headlights. The officer reportedly discovered a digital scale, rolling papers and two bags of marijuana in the car. Adam Henderson, 18, of 2088 S. Medina Line Road, Sharon Township, and Matthew Sarlouis, 19, of 7903 Read More…

Christmas in the Colonies

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Paul “Mr. Balloon” Holbert creates animals while Abbey Hoth (left), 12, and Melissa Dial, 15, watch during the 29th annual Christmas in the Colonies on Friday at the Community Center on the Medina County Fairgrounds in Medina. Mayfield Heights resident Beth Sanderson (not pictured), who had a balloon animal made for her daughter, Samantha, 6, Read More…

Donald C. Snyder

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Dr. Donald C. Snyder, 98, passed away Sunday, Nov. 23, 2008. He was born July 11, 1910, in Fredericksburg, Holmes County, Ohio, the son of a sharecropper. He was raised in Medina County, graduating from Medina High School in 1929. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1932 and the Western Reserve School of Medicine Read More…

Boyert is girls cross country MVP

By ADAM FERRISE Special to The Gazette Freshman Anna Boyert walked into Scioto Downs in Columbus and immediately felt nervous. This was the biggest stage she would compete on all season. Later standing on the infield, she admitted she had a bad case of the nerves to Medina coach Phil Brewer. But Boyert didn’t let Read More…

Homecoming for Colts’ WR

By BRIAN DULIK Staff Writer BEREA — Anthony Gonzalez now plays for the Indianapolis Colts, but he’ll always be an Ohioan at heart. The talented wide receiver was born in Avon Lake, graduated from Cleveland St. Ignatius High and helped Ohio State reach the BCS national championship game. On Sunday, Gonzalez returns home for the Read More…