October 22, 2014

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Cost to play ball is going up in Medina

MEDINA — Sports associations will pay a $5 fee per member for the maintenance of fields in Medina and Montville Township. “The goal of the city is to maintain the fields on a higher level, and therefore additional funds are needed to maintain the fields on a higher level,” At-large Councilman John Coyne said. City Read More…

Police: Man left voicemails threatening to kill his brother

Dalgleish

YORK TWP. — Authorities arrested a 35-year-old township man who reportedly threatened to shoot and kill his brother Friday morning. Medina County sheriff’s deputies arrested Matthew Allen Dalgleish, of 3528 Abbeyville Road, about 6 a.m. Friday at his residence after he allegedly left phone messages to family members that he was going to kill his Read More…

Sheriff proposes cooperation among dispatch centers

MEDINA — Sheriff Neil Hassinger proposed more collaboration among the county’s dispatch centers as well as a communications district at a meeting with his colleagues Friday. At minimum, Hassinger said a communications district would have dispatch centers working together to find funding opportunities and to share equipment. “We just want to look to see if Read More…

Obituaries for January 31, 2011

Frederick M. Esposito, Jr. William Gatesman, Sr. Eileen Kish Virginia Marlene Lane Patricia Ruth Manning John Rohde Michael J. Sweeney Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Cavs rally but can’t catch Nuggets, drop 19th straight game

CLEVELAND – The Cavaliers couldn’t beat the Denver Nuggets with LeBron James, so it was a given they wouldn’t do it without him.
Nuggets superstar Carmelo Anthony had 33 points, seven rebounds and five assists Friday night, leading Denver to a 117-103 win over Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena.
It was the Cavaliers’ 19th straight loss, tying [...] Read More…

Obituaries for January 29, 2011

Christine Ann Huddleston Patricia Ruth Manning Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Deputies arrest York Twp. man for threatening to kill brother

Dalgleish

YORK TWP. — Authorities arrested a 35-year-old township man who reportedly threatened to kill his brother this morning with a pistol. Medina County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Matthew Allen Dalgleish, of 3528 Abbeyville Road, about 6 a.m. today at his residence after he allegedly stated via phone messages to family members that he was going Read More…

Teenager in Ohio accused of threat to kill classmates

MADEIRA, Ohio — A Cincinnati-area 15-year-old boy who allegedly told classmates he had a gun and planned to kill 20 students has been charged with inducing panic. Police say the student at suburban Madeira High School reportedly said he was tired of being picked on. School officials began investigating Wednesday after a student and parent Read More…

Grady healing — and planning to stay in Cleveland

CLEVELAND — Grady Sizemore isn’t going anywhere — except back to center field for the Cleveland Indians as soon as he is fully recovered from knee surgery.
New general manager Chris Antonetti refuted trade rumors involving Sizemore, a three-time All-Star, during a meeting with fans Thursday night in a town hall setting in downtown Cleveland.
“I don’t [...] Read More…

Ohio Gov. Kasich wants broad attack on lake’s algae

COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich says his administration will take its “best run” at stopping toxic algae on Ohio’s largest inland lake. The plan for Grand Lake St. Marys announced by the Republican governor and members of his cabinet on Thursday would step up water treatment and lake sediment dredging. An outbreak of blue-green algae Read More…