October 24, 2014

Medina
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Cavaliers notch first win

MINNEAPOLIS — LeBron James scored 24 points to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first victory of the season, 104-87 over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night.   James took most of the fourth quarter off, finishing with nine rebounds and six assists in 34 minutes and avoiding his first 0-3 start in five years. Read More…

Browns secondary allows major yards

BEREA – The Browns secondary is in a state of emergency.   Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns, 246 yards and a near-perfect 155.4 rating Sunday. Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger put up 417 yards and two touchdowns the week before.   The Browns (1-6) rank 24th in the NFL against the pass, allowing 244.3 Read More…

Cultivating scares

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GRANGER TWP. — An autumn drive at twilight through winding township roads past plowed farmlands and leafless forests can be spooky enough. One township resident is looking to take “scary” in Granger Township to a new level. Brian Codding has turned a building on his family’s Wilbur Road farm into the Medina Haunted Barn — Read More…

Obituaries for Oct. 31, 2009

Chet A. Baker MMCS Earl Brainard Beverly Ann Cress Nancy Joan Green Ralph A. Kerr Evelyn June May Pauline L. Underwood Larry E. Wiesen Read the full obituaries on The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Putting a face on the force

MEDINA — People who are wanted by the Medina Police Department better watch their backs out in public and their “faces” on the Web. Earlier this month, the department began posting on its Facebook profile page the names and pictures of people for whom they have outstanding arrest warrants. People with information on the wanted Read More…

It’s delicate work while cutting in class

Nancy Mayes of Montville Township grinds the edge of a piece of

GUILFORD TWP. — Glass and solder. You might not think two such simple components could add up to endless possibilities, but when it comes to the art of stained glass, they do. Of course, it helps to add a third ingredient, which is know-how, and that’s where Brian Hewit comes in. He’s been offering stained Read More…

Bucks’ dream lives on

LaGRANGE — Buckeye and Bay Village Bay have been on a collision course since the first day of the 2009 volleyball season.   Impact between the state-ranked squads finally came on Thursday night — and it was an incredible sight.   The Bucks rallied from an 11-3 deficit in the final game in the LaGrange Read More…

Cribbs knows his stats

BEREA — Browns quarterback Derek Anderson claims he never looks at his statistics because they’re “garbage.”   Teammate Joshua Cribbs would beg to differ.   “I’m checking those numbers all the time,” the Pro Bowl special teamer said. “My guys are always out there blocking for me, laying their bodies on the line, trying their Read More…

Obituaries for Oct. 30, 2009

Paul J. Bock Beverly Ann Cress Nancy Joan Green Ralph A. Kerr Evelyn June May William Z. McClintock Roy J. Yannayon Read the full obituaries on The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Levy is vital to Medina district

MEDINA — Medina City Schools predicts a $13.29 million deficit by the end of June 2011 if an 11.7-mill incremental levy fails Tuesday, Treasurer Wally Gordon said. But even if the levy does pass and the district collects $9.9 million, officials say the district would still need to make up the difference by cutting costs. Read More…