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Vietnam-era ordnance found in Sharon Twp.

SHARON TWP. — A township man made a unique wartime dis­covery Friday afternoon while working outside on his property. Robert Spring, a South Medina Line Road resident, was clearing trees around the pool area of his home when he located a device that “appeared to be something … shot out of a cannon,” according to Read More…

Public meetings slated for Nov. 30, 2010

Editor’s note: Public meeting notices should be e-mailed to copyed@medina-gazette.com or faxed to (440) 329-7282. TODAY Buckeye Board of Education special meeting, 6 p.m., administration office, 3044 Columbia Road, York Township. Guilford Township Board of Zoning Appeals, 8 p.m., township hall, 3800 Greenwich Road. Medina County Board of Elections audit of November 2010 election, 8:30 Read More…

College notes: Payne off to a fast start at Baldwin-Wallace

Payne

Kyle Payne wasted no time making an impact for Bald­win- Wallace College’s men’s basketball team. In just four games for the Yellow Jackets, the Brunswick native hasn’t lost of beat from being an All-Gazette selection last season for the Blue Devils. The 6-foot-6, 188-pounder is averaging 17.8 points and 5.3 rebounds in 26.8 minutes as Read More…

Browns: Mangini praises Delhomme but won’t name him starter

BEREA — Coach Eric Mangini hates the interceptions as much as the disgruntled fans do. But he won’t overlook the positives of quarterback Jake Delhomme and join the angry mob.
Mangini remained relieved Monday after the Browns escaped with a 24-23 win over Carolina on Sunday. He criticized the team’s turnovers — like he always does [...] Read More…

Browns notes: Defense is bad news at times

Brian Dulik
The Chronicle-Telegram
BEREA — Sheldon Brown doesn’t fancy himself as a movie critic, but he sees a strong resemblance between the Browns’ defense and a legendary cinematic squad.
“A lot of times this season, we’ve dominated the game for 30 minutes, but we have 10-15 minutes where we look like the Bad News Bears,” the veteran [...] Read More…

Cavaliers: Team trying to keep focus on Boston not Heat

INDEPENDENCE — It’s unusual when an imminent game against the defending Eastern Conference champions takes a back seat to an upcoming one, especially for a sub.-500 team, but these are unusual times.
The Cavaliers host the Boston Celtics tonight at Quicken Loans Arena, but media members spent most of Monday trying to get coach Byron Scott [...] Read More…

Obituaries for November 30, 2010

Sylvia G. Konrad Joseph P. Marrone Harold W. Morris Kermit W. Mowrey Samuel “Jim” Phillips Robert J. Sprankle Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Browns coach Eric Mangini reflects on win, puts off quarterback decision

BEREA – Browns coach Eric Mangini remained relieved a day after the 24-23 win over the Carolina Panthers.
He didn’t celebrate Sunday immediately after John Kasay missed his 42-yard field-goal attempt as time expired, because he couldn’t believe the Browns were in that spot after appearing to have the game won on multiple occasions.
“It was a [...] Read More…

Boil alert on tap for part of Medina’s south side

MEDINA — A portion of the city’s south side will be under a boil alert Tuesday starting at 3 p.m. as the city completes work on the Koons Avenue water station upgrade and decommissions the old station. The boil alert is expected to last until noon Wednesday. During the alert, residents are advised to boil Read More…

Man finds Vietnam-era ammo on property

(IMAGE COURTESY OF THE MEDINA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE)

SHARON TWP. — A township man made a unique wartime discovery Friday afternoon while working outside on his property. Robert Spring, of South Medina Line Road, was clearing trees around the pool area of his home when he located a device that “appeared to be something … shot out of a cannon,” according to a Read More…