November 27, 2014

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‘Z’ is back with Cavaliers

INDEPENDENCE — The Cavaliers ended up getting the best of both worlds. Center Zydrunas Ilgauskas, the key piece in the Feb. 17 three-team trade that brought power forward Antawn Jamison to Cleve-land, re-signed with the Cavaliers on Tuesday. The deal, worth about $1 million, is for the rest of this season only. “I’m obviously very Read More…

Branyan nearing debut

GOODYEAR, Ariz. —First baseman Russell Branyan has been the in-visible man this spring, but he thinks that is about to change. Branyan, who is dealing with a herniated disk in his lower back and has yet to play in an exhibition game, is optimistic that he will be able to make his spring debut soon. Read More…

Council buys land for road expansion

MEDINA — City Council approved a purchase of land Monday that lays the groundwork for the proposed extension of Commerce Drive in the city’s industrial area. Council authorized the purchase of 6.4 acres of vacant land for $192,885 in a field between Branch Road and state Route 18. Mayor Dennis Hanwell said construction of the Read More…

Dr. Rakesh Ranjan – Exercise: Emotional and Psychological Benefits

Dr. Ranjan

Do you have a spring in your step now that the winter is over?  Many of us are contemplating resuming our routine of exercise and outdoor activities because we intuitively know that being active makes us feel better both physically and emotionally. Mind over body, or something else? Thousands of years ago, the eastern world Read More…

Local group joins coalition to block bill’s mandates at the state level

CORRECTION APTOPIX Obama Health Care Overhaul

COLUMBUS — A local grassroots group was among a coalition of 25 groups that proposed a state constitutional amendment to block mandates in the health care bill President Barack Obama signed Tuesday. Jim Woods, a York Township resident and co-founder of Medina County Friends and Neighbors, was in the state’s capital Monday to support the Read More…

Obituaries for Mar. 24, 2010

James B. Stewart Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Cavs, ‘Z’ closing in on agreement

INDEPENDENCE —Zydrunas Ilgauskas could be at practice today at Cleveland Clinic Courts and on the team plane later in the afternoon when the Cavaliers depart for a game in New Orleans on Wednesday. Ilgauskas, traded from Cleveland to Washington on Feb. 17 in the three-team deal that brought Antawn Jamison and Sebastian Telfair to the Read More…

Full of useless details, family’s finder is a real keeper

Every family has one. And in our family, it’s me. Black sheep? Pickled-egg eater? Militant recycler? Yes, yes and yes. However, at our house, I am also known as The Finder. I think it’s why they keep me around. Next to my ability to catch and release spiders and bats that find their way into Read More…

Loss of a legacy

For the first time in memory, Seville may be without a hardware

SEVILLE — For the first time in living memory, there may not be a hardware store overlooking the village downtown at Main and Center streets. If you’re from a big city, you may not understand this, but in a small town, a hardware store is an institution. In the same way a person might say: Read More…

Obituaries for Mar. 23, 2010

Marion Virginia Adkins Stephanie Grant Duke Alice K. Schnee Richmond Helen E. Smith Ralph E. Winland Read the full obituaries in The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/