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Archives for November 2009

Obituaries for Nov. 30, 2009

John C. Maslanka Timothy Leigh Shubert Theodore L. Tecco Floyd C. Ziegler, Jr. Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

Bobcats beat Cavs

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — LeBron James and the Cavaliers were already struggling with their rhythm in Shaquille O’Neal’s return from injury.   When Michael Jordan started giving Gerald Wallace pointers on how to play LeBron, Cleveland was doomed.   Listening intently to Jordan and attacking a foul-prone James, Wallace had 31 points and 14 rebounds, and Read More…

Roth gambles on himself

BEREA — Matt Roth needed a fresh start, while the Browns needed an outside linebacker.   It was a match made in football heaven — or at least both sides hope it will be — which is why Cleveland scooped him off waivers from the Miami Dolphins three days ago.   “If I’m a gambler, Read More…

Christmas in Colonies festival offers chance for crafts, cheer

MEDINA — Toddler Kailin Sheiver displayed a toothy grin Friday as she pointed at the “Candyland Christmas” tree. Her grandparents, Don and Lynn Fortelka of Parma, said the artificial tree was the first item to grab the 17-month-old’s attention. The “Candyland” tree was one of several on display as part of the Festival of Trees Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 28, 2009

Elna Tisher Gish­-Street Doris May Gresham John C. Maslanka Patricia Papik David Zeller Walker Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

It’s all about giving

Medina brothers Cale, right, and P.J. Walter donate toys Wednesday for The Gazette’s Not-Forgotten Box. Cale, 13, attends Claggett Middle School and P.J., 10, is a student at Garfield Elementary. Cale said his grandfather, who was visiting from Colorado, told him that Christmas is about giving and some kids aren’t going to have one without Read More…

Christmas lights a go

BRUNSWICK — Some good deeds performed throughout the year will help keep the city bright this holiday season. The city’s Christmas lights and decorations program will continue this year, paid for in part by the surplus from a donation to the city from Medical Mutual of Ohio that funded last year’s decorations. The rest of Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 27, 2009

Constance “Connie” A. Nakoff Rosalia E. Suchek Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

Ready to color the holidays

MEDINA — For the eighth year, the Medina County Fairgrounds will be transformed into a holiday fantasy land. Fair board members, 4-H clubs, churches and volunteers start constructing the Holiday Lights Drive-Thru, a winding one-mile course, in October. Starting Friday, cars can meander past light displays depicting scenes from holiday stories and popular culture. Barb Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 26, 2009

Constance A. Nakoff Robert E. Pinner Rosalia E. Suchek Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: