September 1, 2014

Medina
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Montville Twp. honors one of its own this week

Bischof

MONTVILLE TWP. — Township officials broke ground on the new safety services building Tuesday and honored one of their own. At the groundbreaking, Trustee Jeff Bran­don announced the building, which will house emergency and fire personnel, will be named the Ronald F. Bischof Safety Ser­vices Building in honor of Trustee Ron Bischof. “Ron has been Read More…

Police say scams target the elderly

BRUNSWICK — Police are warning commu­nity members about a string of scams targeting the elderly. Officer Scott Stewart said two elderly people have been targeted this month by someone overseas calling them repeatedly and offering them prizes worth millions. The caller then requests a money order sent through Western Union of up to $2,000, Stewart Read More…

Cross country notes: Runners try to get leg up on tournaments

By Ken Silva Late September and early October are known as the “dog days” of the cross coun­try season. It is the time of year when the weather gets cold and legs get tired. The meets are not as important as the begin­ning of the season, when line­ups are determined, nor the end of season, Read More…

Medina looks for help with cleanup grants

MEDINA — Nearby townships and villages are deciding whether to join the city in applying for a grant that would fund studies to determine whether environmen­tally contaminated sites qualify for future cleanup grants. Such sites, known as brownfields, are often contaminated by petro­leum products, industrial waste or heavy metals. City Planning Director Greg Han­nan said Read More…

Medina County Court Log for Sept. 30, 2010

Medina County Prosecutor Dean Holman reports the following people appeared in common pleas court on Monday: ■ Aaron Gatt, 21, of Vandemark Road in Litchfield Township, was sentenced to five years in prison on one count of felonious assault, a second-degree felony. A jury returned a guilty verdict on Sept. 22 after a two-day trial. Read More…

Queen’s Court in Brunswick receives recognition

Members of the Brunswick Old Fashioned Days Queen’s Court received special recognition from Mayor Gary Werner during City Council’s meeting Monday. The girls represent Brunswick and the Old Fashioned Days festival around the state for a year. From left, are: Lauren Schultz, 10; Alicia Kobasic, 10; Olivia Anderson, 10; Jessica Baloun, 12; Morgan Schultz, 12; Marie Castaneda, 14; Lauren Koshel, 14; and Bethany MacMillan, 17. Ashley Gorbulja, 17, is part of the court but was not present at the meeting. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY JENNIFER PIGNOLET)

Numbers just don’t add up for Browns’ Mohamed Mas­saquoi

BEREA — Mohamed Mas­saquoi has three receptions for 55 yards in the Browns’ first three games.
Those are paltry numbers for any wide receiver, let alone one listed atop Cleveland’s depth chart.
“Of course, you want to make plays,” Massaquoi said Wednes­day prior to practice.
“Everyone wants more opportuni­ties, but at the same time, we’re getting better as [...] Read More…

Brunswick Crime Waves for Sept. 30, 2010

Brunswick police Saturday, Sept. 18 1 a.m. — 3300 block Van Buren Drive, a resident reported a PlayStation 2 game system and a wallet were stolen from his home. Wednesday, Sept. 22 6:35 a.m. — Weathervane Lane, a man reported he was bitten by two dogs while walking his dog. 10:30 p.m. —1200 block Manitoulin Read More…

Home, sweep home: Tribe claims final 6 on homestand

CLEVELAND — The Indians finished their portion of the Progressive Field schedule in style Wednesday.
In a doubleheader that accounted for the final two home games of the season, Cleveland swept Central Division rival Detroit, shutting out the Tigers 4-0 in the opening game, before completing the sweep via a 4-3 victory in the nightcap.
The Indians [...] Read More…

Tribe notes: Injuries hurt, Acta says

CLEVELAND — The way manager Manny Acta sees it, injuries derailed what could have been a promising season for the Indians.
Cleveland lost Grady Sizemore to a knee injury shortly into the year then endured the same fate with the orga­nization’s top prospect, catcher Carlos Santana, who was shelved for the sea­son just 46 games into [...] Read More…