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Williams is trying to find his spot with Cavs

INDEPENDENCE —Mo Williams is in a bit of a shooting slump, but the Cavaliers point guard is also in a non-shooting slump. Williams has averaged just 6.3 points over Cleveland’s last three games. In that span, he’s 7-of-24 from the field (.292), including 1-of-10 on 3-pointers. Perhaps more telling, though, is that the 27-year-old has Read More…

Past is prologue

SHARON TWP. — The bell on top of Sharon Town Hall, built more than a century ago, will ring out by the end of the year when the building is renovated for the first time. Sharon Town Hall, 1274 Sharon Copley Road, dates from 1848 and will retain the same look on the outside after Read More…

Dr. Rakesh Ranjan – Seasonal Affective Disorder

Dr. Ranjan

Audrey was fuming. A manager at a busy Cleveland accounting firm, she sat stonily silent at the head of the conference table. Her staff, accustomed to Audrey’s angry outbursts, watched her warily. “Business is down and I want answers!” Audrey demanded. She could see her staff visibly wince at the harsh pitch of her voice.   Read More…

Fiber optic loop gets support

MEDINA — Members of the business community attended the county commissioners’ meeting Monday to show their support for the fiber optic network project that has been in the works for about 10 years. They also were there to ask commissioners to show their support by voting to provide a credit enhancement for the project — Read More…

Obituaries for Mar. 31, 2010

Shirley Ann Kelly Elbridge Roclaire Moxley Dorothy B. Reece Esther T. Truelson Alberta Francis Wiley Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

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WESTFIELD TWP. — A new solid waste management plan announced by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency earlier this month renews the agency’s 2001 goal to have half the trash in the state recycled annually. The Ohio EPA reported the state recycled about 41 percent of its trash in 2007, missing the goal by about 9 Read More…

Blessed are the peacemakers, not the angry noisemakers

The default setting in American public life these days seems to be anger. It’s an odd way to limp into the season of colorful eggs, flowers, butterflies and bunny rabbits — all signs of Easter, of springtime, and life beginning anew. Those symbols stand in contrast to town-hall shout-downs, bricks thrown through windows, spitting, threats Read More…

Obituaries for Mar. 30, 2010

Les W. Halladay Elbridge Roclaire Moxley Esther T. Truelson Alberta Wiley Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Branyan to DH in minor league game

The Associated Press GOODYEAR, Ariz. — An optimistic Russell Branyan is eager to take the field in a Cleveland Indians uniform. Branyan is set to be the designated hitter in a minor league game today. Depending on how he feels after that test, he could play first base on Wednesday. “Russell hit in batting practice Read More…

Obituaries for Mar. 29, 2010

Robert E. Cogar Robert W. Fletcher Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/