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Archives for 2009

Obituaries for Dec. 28, 2009

David A. Von Duyke Irene Gresh John J. Racketa, Jr. Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

Homeowners to see lower tax bills

Most Medina County homeowners will get a monetary present this season — a modest one at least. The county Auditor’s Office reported tax rates will be slightly lower for approximately 95 percent of property owners in 2010. Auditor Michael E. Kovack said tax rates fell in all Medina County school districts, except Chatham Township where Read More…

Obituaries for Dec. 26, 2009

Elizabeth Chappell Nancy Lowry Harry L. Thom Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

Church pays Christmas spirit forward

SHARON TWP. — Those going to Christmas Eve services at Connection Church may receive an envelope with a little bit of cash, but it won’t be for picking up last-minute gifts. Money will be given out randomly to church-goers in the hopes that they use it to spread the Christmas spirit. The church, at 2524 Read More…

County wins Brunswick transit contract

On Monday, Brunswick City Council authorized the city to enter into a two-year contract with Medina County Public Transit to operate the Brunswick Transit Alternative bus system. The county and current BTA operator, Buckeye Transit, earlier this year placed bids to operate the bus system. Brunswick Service Director Sam Scaffide said in October the MCPT Read More…

Obituaries for Dec. 24, 2009

Dennis V. Holsinger Paul W. Matus Robert J. Miller Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at:

Capturing the scents of the season

Editor’s note: Rub-a-dub-dub, three stories in a tub … er newspaper. This week, we’re taking liberty with an old English nursery rhyme. We asked a local butcher, baker and candlestick-maker how they prepare for the holiday season. Root Candles is featured today. The Country Baker in Medina Township was featured Tuesday and butcher Tom Keller Read More…

Silent night, long cold night

SEVILLE — Temperatures hovered just below freezing and electric stars illuminated the December night as members of New Hope Christian Church took their places in a living nativity along a downtown sidewalk. The sweet-smelling straw in the stable was dusted with fresh snow, like powdered sugar on Christmas cookies. Ask her how long she’s played Read More…

Protection will cost more in 2010

WADSWORTH — Wadsworth Township will pay a higher rate in the new five-year contract signed Friday with Wadsworth for fire protection and emergency medical service. The township will pay the city $404,000 per year in $101,000 quarterly payments to receive fire and EMS coverage from the Wadsworth Fire Department, city Safety Director Matt Hiscock said Read More…

Obituaries for Dec. 23, 2009

Anna M. Bulinsky Debbie A. Everson Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: