December 22, 2014

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Floyd leads White Sox past Indians 6-3

Chris Assenheimer | The Gazette CLEVELAND — The Indians’ losing stench has reached a new level of stink. Already sporting the American League’s worst record for the majority of the season, Cleveland arrived at another dubious milestone Monday night, now owning its worst mark of the season after a 6-3 loss to the White Sox. Read More…

New task force to review county building process

Allison Wood | The Gazette MEDINA — Government and business leaders have created a task force to address ways to streamline the planning and permit process to build in the county. “We’ve never looked at how we processed everything through the system,” said County Commissioner Sharon Ray, who is a member of the task force. Read More…

Brunswick Hills Township implements Project Lifesaver monitoring program

Maria Kacik | The Gazette BRUNSWICK HILLS TWP. — Township residents will have the opportunity to participate in the Project Lifesaver program, a service that helps locate residents with autism, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or Down’s syndrome who have wandered off. Township trustees voted last week to bring Project Lifesaver to the township. Brunswick city has Read More…

Brunswick fireworks donations explode

Maria Kacik | The Gazette BRUNSWICK — The city’s annual July 3 fireworks are on for Friday. The show will be funded by donations received from businesses, organizations and private individuals. “It was really great to see the community pull together for this,” John Piepsny, parks and recreation director, said Friday. He ordered an $8,500 Read More…

Metalworker makes his case

John Gladden | The Gazette MEDINA TWP. — Say you accidentally break Grandpa’s heirloom pocket watch or your favorite piece of jewelry. You take it to a shop where they examine it and say, “Yeah … we’ve got a guy who can fix that.” Well, Don Mathis is the guy. In 29 years in the Read More…

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Farm museum secures the past for the future

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John Gladden | The Gazette WADSWORTH TWP. — Junior Silchuk lived by a pretty simple motto: Save everything, share everything. His family keeps that ideal alive at the Silchuk Farm Museum — founded in 1964 and open by appointment — on Wall Road, just north of Rittman. Junior, who died in 2005, was a collector Read More…

Giant Eagle plans expansion in fall

Lisa Hlavinka | The Gazette MEDINA — Giant Eagle plans to expand in the fall and recently bought out three leases in the adjoining strip to begin that expansion. A spokesman from Giant Eagle, 870 N. Court St., declined to elaborate on the details of the project, saying the company would release more information in Read More…

Brunswick to request stimulus money

Maria Kacik | The Gazette BRUNSWICK — Fire Chief Jim Baird is keeping his fingers crossed the city will get some federal stimulus funding for a new fire station. But he admits that getting money is going to be a long shot. “But we would be remiss if we didn’t go for this,” he said. Read More…

Decking out their brand-new digs

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Allison Wood | The Gazette MEDINA — With the help of her mother and sister, Ashley Novince of Brunswick placed some kitchen and bathroom items she received in her brand-new apartment at the Medina Creative Housing development. “We wanted this for Ashley her whole life,” said Vickie Novince about her 20-year-old daughter. The complex, which Read More…