Archive for June 2nd, 2012
SULLIVAN TWP. — A performance audit of Black River Schools identified ways for the district to save $355,000 a year, but it would require negotiating with staff.
The audit, released through state Auditor David Yost’s office, recommended increasing employee contributions toward health insurance premiums to 15 percent and providing insurance to fewer part-time employees for a …Read More
Howard L. Daugherty
Louis J. Esposito, Jr.
Margaret F. Fejes
Charlotte Elliott Powell
Mary M. Robertson
Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/
Conservation is one of the keys to adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle. Though some might feel the transition to such a lifestyle might be difficult, it’s often far simpler than it may seem. Conserving water, for instance, can be done in a number of ways.
One such way concerns how you treat your landscape. Planting …Read More
CLEVELAND — After a series of struggles, the Indians needed one of their starting pitchers to step up and give them a quality outing in the series opener with Minnesota on Friday night.
Leave it to the 39-year-old birthday boy.
Celebrating his special day in grand fashion, right-hander Derek Lowe offered up yet another top-shelf …Read More
MASON — Medina’s dream of a third straight state championship in girls lacrosse is very much alive.
Ellie Hudson-Heck scored five goals and Amanda Getto made six saves Friday, leading the Bees to a 10-8 victory over Cincinnati Sycamore in the Ohio State Lacrosse Association Division I state semifinals.
Medina (15-3) will face Upper Arlington …Read More
COLUMBUS — Looking at seed times coming into the girls Division I 4×800-meter relay final Friday afternoon, anyone could see how even the teams were.
Anna Boyert and Medina found out just how close, as the senior used a sprinter-like lean at the finish line to help the foursome clinch the title.
“I knew it …Read More