December 21, 2014

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The Dash Between: Carrolls traveled collectibles circuit, Alaskan Highway

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Larry Carroll and his wife, Mary Anne, frequently hauled colorful plastic tote bins filled with dollhouse miniatures from their home in Valley City to flea markets, conventions and festivals across Ohio and adjacent states. Upon arriving at such destinations as Jamie’s Flea Market in South Amherst, the East Oberlin Flea Market and assorted craft shows, Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 23, 2009

Marcia A. Hamilton Dianna Hochman Betty Jane Humphries Sarah Louise Shilling Norman S. Stanek, Sr Donna Lichty Tekempel Joseph D. Ward Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Sheriff, Medina police pool resources

MEDINA — The Medina Police Department and Medina County Sheriff’s Office are pooling resources and cooperating in order to cut costs. As part of Operation Teamwork, “detectives will be working together and SWAT will be working together to save funds,” Sheriff Neil Hassinger said. “With Operation Teamwork, we will save money on training costs and Read More…

Commissioner says she won’t run in 2010

MEDINA — County Commissioner Sharon Ray announced Friday she will not seek a third term in 2010. She made the statement at a meeting of Recharge Medina County, a grassroots group that aims to launch political careers of local conservatives. Ray, 47, of Wadsworth, said she is leaving because of “some changes in her family Read More…

Obituaries for Nov. 21, 2009

Diane L. Johnson Albert W. Klish Virginia A. Lewis Phyllis A. Macie Carl J. Neuman Virgil Salmons Pamela J. Sharkey James C. Smith Joseph D. Ward Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Cavs blow big lead in loss

WASHINGTON — With LeBron James taking a second-half breather, Gilbert Arenas, Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler put the Washington Wizards way ahead.   When James returned to the court, instead of leading a comeback, he became part of the problem in his Cleveland Cavaliers’ 108-91 loss to Washington on Wednesday night.   The reigning NBA Read More…

Cavs live, die behind 3-pointers

INDEPENDENCE —The 3-point shot can be a great weapon for the Cavaliers, but it can also result in some self-inflicted wounds.   Cleveland’s 108-91 loss to the Washington Wizards on Wednesday contained the good and the bad.   The Cavaliers shot well from beyond the arc early – but didn’t shoot from there too much Read More…

Girls basketball preview has big message

MEDINA — The official start of the girls basketball regular season is still a week away, but Medina girls basketball coach Chris Hassinger and his program are already making a difference.   The rookie coach found a way to use the annual Medina County Girls Basketball Preview as not only a stage to get his Read More…

Wadsworth Schools, teachers reach deal

WADSWORTH — The Wadsworth Education Association dismissed its strike notice Thursday after reaching a tentative agreement with the school board. Details will be forthcoming after the association and board vote on the agreement, Superintendent Dale Fortner said in an e-mail. On Nov. 12, the Wadsworth Education Association, which represents 285 teachers, issued a 10-day strike Read More…

18-year-old teen critically injured in crash on Abbeyville

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YORK TWP. — An 18-year-old Brunswick resident is in critical condition at Cleveland MetroHealth Medical Center following two accidents within minutes of each other Thursday afternoon in the 4300 block of Abbeyville Road. Kyle Lezark, a student at the Medina County Career Center, was northbound in his car, a Saturn, about 1:15 p.m. and apparently Read More…