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Public meetings slated for Oct. 31, 2011

Editor’s note: Public meeting notices should be emailed to copyed@medina-gazette.com or faxed to (440) 329-7282. TODAY Granger Township trustees, 4 p.m., administration building, 3717 Ridge Road. Hinckley Township trustees, work session, 5 p.m., administration building, 1410 Ridge Road. Homer Township trustees, 7 p.m., township hall, 8964 Spencer Road. Medina County commissioners, 9:30 a.m., county administration Read More…

Browns hang around, but can’t get anything going vs. 49ers

Browns wide receiver Greg Little is hit hard by San Francisco’s Dashon Goldson. (AP PHOTO)

SAN FRANCISCO — The Bay Area has two big-league cities. It has the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Muir Woods, an ocean, wine country and fresh seafood. The Browns would be happy to never see Northern California again after the last 15 days. They lost two games and saw a starting running back injured in each. Read More…

Early voting runs through Friday at Medina County Board of Elections

Part-time election worker NanEl Hendricks, of Sharon Township, organizes absentee ballots Friday morning at the Medina County Board of Elections Office. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY STEVE GRAZIER)

MEDINA TWP. — Several thousand county residents already have cast a ballot for the November general election. The Medina County Board of Elections reported 4.4 percent, or 5,332 registered voters, had submitted a ballot through Thursday. Overall, there are 120,809 registered voters countywide. “We’ve had a good turnout,” Board of Elections Director Carol Gurney said Read More…

Snowball powers Grizzlies

By Kenneth L. Coleman MACEDONIA — A Grizzly ran wild in Summit County on Friday night, and all attempts to tame the beast were met with brute resistance. It sported a white No. 5 jersey and was named Jack Snowball. As he’s done all season, Wadsworth’s senior running back chewed through another opposing defense for Read More…

Experiment gives students up-close look at physics

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MEDINA — You couldn’t walk through the Medina High School parking lot on Friday without stepping on guts. Pumpkin guts, that is. The carnage was the result of the ninth annual Physics Pumpkin Launch, where students enrolled in physics classes break into two teams, create trebuchets to launch pumpkins across the parking lot, and aim Read More…

Obituaries for Oct. 31, 2011

John H. Abend, Jr. Delores Blower Barbara J. Edinger Shirley Lee Good Dorothy (Dodie) S. Harley Troy McClellan Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Two suspected in break-in, theft at Brunswick church

Robert Walters

BRUNSWICK — Two county residents are suspected of breaking into a church that was undergoing construction, vandalizing it and stealing wiring. Robert Walters, 30, of 391 Abbeyville Road, Medina, and Heather Menear, 27, of 4104 Arlington Drive, Brunswick, are charged with breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony. Both were in the Medina County Jail on Read More…

Mitchell gets shot to showcase talent

Brian Dulik The Gazette BEREA — Carlton Mitchell has only played in six games since being picked by the Browns in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. The second-year wide receiver will make it seven Sunday when Cleveland plays in San Francisco. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said Mitchell will take the game-day roster Read More…

Bees beat Brunswick, Strongsvile in same season

Rick Noland The Gazette BRUNSWICK — It wasn’t the kind of history Medina’s football team was hoping to make at the beginning of the season, but it certainly put a positive ending on a frustrating year. By virtue of a 7-0 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division win over Brunswick on Friday, the 2011 Bees became Read More…

Colts, Hornets in amazing game

Albert Grindle The Gazette GRANGER TWP. — Quarterback Josh Palko rolled left, squared his shoulders and let the pigskin fly with the Cloverleaf football team’s pride and possibly Highland’s playoff life hanging in the balance Friday night. Colts receiver Derek Daubenmire and Hornets safety Jerry Scholle collided in the corner of the end zone as Read More…