July 23, 2014

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Medina’s plan to house city vehicles is a go

MEDINA — The city is mov­ing forward on the estimated $911,540 expansion that will allow all city vehicles to be housed indoors. “It’s always been under­sized,” Service Director Nino Piccoli said of the facility on West Smith Road. “The back portion of the city garage was an add-on, and it was a fire station at Read More…

Wadsworth Crime Waves for Oct. 29, 2010

Lodi Monday, Oct. 18 12:15 a.m.— Christopher Allenbaugh, 24, of 4355 Vandemark Road, Litchfield Township, was charged with drug abuse, possession of marijuana and driving under suspension after police pulled his vehicle over in the 100 block of Redfield Street for having a suspended license. After noticing the odor of marijuana, police called in a Read More…

Boil alert issued in Medina for water-main break

MEDINA — A boil alert was issued for 24 homes on Weymouth Road today due to a water main break. The alert was issued at 9 a.m. and will be in place until test results confirm there is no bacteria/contamination in the water supply. During the alert, residents are advised to boil tap water used Read More…

Soccer commentary: Bees cherish the memories

Although losing in a dis­trict semifinal was a bitter pill for Medina fans to swal­low, the Bees’ girls soccer program has provided a lot of memories over the last several seasons. Like most of the Medina faithful that packed Medina Memorial Stadium on Wednesday night, I just assumed they were going to somehow pull out Read More…

Donation made for Lodi Officer Bosco’s bulletproof vest

The Lodi Police Department was presented with a $1,027 check from Barkin’ Biscuits to purchase a bulletproof vest for K-9 Officer Bosco at Monday night’s Village Council meeting. “We raised funds for Bosco from Hudson, Lodi, Medina, Parma and Richfield. These cities and people were very generous,” said Terry Nichols of Barkin’ Biscuits said. Pictured are: Police Chief Keith Keough, standing, and from Barkin’ Biscuits, from left: Sarah Nowicki, founder Nancy Nichols and Terry Nichols. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY LISA HLAVINKA)

Giants swing to 2-0 World Series lead over Texas

SAN FRANCISCO — Fans jumped up and down, shaking orange pompoms, waving scarves and chanting “Sweep! Sweep!” While the Giants are looking more and more like a baseball juggernaut, they’re only halfway to their first World Series title in 56 years. They hope to wrap it up on the road. “We’ve just got to take Read More…

Obituaries for October 29, 2010

Suzanne M. Mance Helen Frances Musser Danette M. Thompson Forrest “Doug” Wells Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Cross-branding lawsuit in Ohio settled between family, teacher

MOUNT VERNON — The family of an Ohio student who claimed his science teacher burned the image of a cross on his arm has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the man for $450,000. The Mount Vernon News reports the settlement agreement with John Freshwater is meant to compensate Zachary Dennis for physical pain and Read More…

No repeat for Bees: Mustangs beat defending Division 1 champs, 4-1

Medina’s Jillian Graff battles for a header against Strongsville’s Chelsea Stalter, left, and Megan Giesen during the second half. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY RON SCHWANE)

MEDINA — Medina’s girls soccer coach Doug Coreno knew that a one-goal lead wouldn’t be safe Wednesday night. Coreno also knew the first 10 minutes of the second half would decide who would ultimately win his team’s Brunswick Division I District semifinal with rival Strongsville. The third-year coach was partially right as the second-seeded Mustangs Read More…

Volleyball: Bucks want another taste of the Sweet 16

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LaGRANGE— Here we go again. The volleyball rematch that Buckeye and Bay Village Bay have been waiting for all season is finally upon us. Tonight at 7, the second-­seeded Bucks (21-2) square off with the top-seeded Rockets (22-2) in the Key­stone Division II District championship. The winner earns a spot in the state Sweet 16 Read More…