October 1, 2014

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Some bright spots for Browns

It’s been this kind of season for coach Eric Mangini.   His offense finally wakes up Sunday to score 37 points against the Lions, only to watch the defense give up 38. On the same day, his trade of Braylon Edwards pays dividends, while his draft looks like a disaster.   Edwards was held to Read More…

Jobless rate unchanged

While the statewide unemployment rate rose from 10.1 percent in September to 10.5 percent in October, Medina County’s rate didn’t budge from 7.5 percent. The county continues to have the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the state, as it has for several months. Only Delaware (7.1 percent), Holmes (7 percent) and Geauga (6.7 percent) counties have Read More…

High anxiety

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WADSWORTH — The city is seeking funding to relieve congestion in the High Street and Interstate 76 area. The estimated $18.6 million project qualifies for funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation because at least three areas of the highway and corridor were declared “hot spots” in ODOT studies done in 2005 and 2006, City Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 25, 2009

Alma Helen Goodyear Appelgate Grace Jones Bauer Beverly A. Geary Dolores Rabant Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Did Lions fake injuries?

BEREA —Receiver Chansi Stuckey said what coach Eric Mangini suggested: The Lions faked injuries Sunday to disrupt the Browns’ no-huddle offense.   “Oh, definitely, yeah,” Stuckey said Monday. “I knew that, I knew that. That’s what their coach does. “I would do the same thing.”   “I’m just saying there were a lot of them,” Read More…

Shaq expected back Wednesday

INDEPENDENCE —Shaq is back.   After missing five games with a strained left shoulder, center Shaquille O’Neal was back on the practice floor Monday at Cleveland Clinic Courts and expects to play Wednesday against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills.   “I’m looking to be back out there with the guys,” the Read More…

We give thanks to countless meaningful things

Here’s an encore installment of “thankful things” sent in by Gazette readers. Each letter and e-mail was a blessing to read. I am thankful for my husband. We are blessed to be together for 64 years. We met when he was seriously wounded in the South Pacific. He served for four years and was seriously Read More…

Give the kids a happy holiday

MEDINA —There’s a new holiday tradition kicking off in Medina. This year, The Gazette will run a Not-Forgotten Box, a toy collection drive to benefit needy children in the area. Toys collected by The Gazette will be donated to Medina County residents served by the Salvation Army of Medina. The Gazette’s sister paper, The Chronicle-Telegram Read More…

Lights out on Seville Turkey Day

SEVILLE — Folks might have to wait to put the turkey in the oven Thanksgiving morning. The Seville Board of Public Affairs plans to shut off electricity for the entire village from 5 a.m. until approximately 5:10 a.m., Utilities Superintendent Kevin Bittaker said. The BOPA is switching from a 68-volt line to a more-reliable 138-volt Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 24, 2009

Elberta Erzen Beverly A. Geary Marcia A. Hamilton Betty Jane Humphries Michael H. Kichurchak David Arlington Massie Robert E. Pinner Dolores Rabant Ralph L. Schamp Norman S. Stanek, Sr Donna Lichty Tekempel Rosalind A. Zavatsky Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/