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Cloverleaf Schools OKs 6.9-mill levy for Nov. ballot

WESTFIELD TWP. — The state commission tasked with overseeing Cloverleaf Schools’ finances, on Thursday approved placing a 6.9-mill levy on the November ballot. The emergency levy will bring in about $3.3 million each year for 10 years. The school board approved the levy Monday, and a second formal resolution also must be approved by the Read More…

Brunswick Crime Waves for June 29

Brunswick police Sunday, June 10 4 a.m. — Cenco, 3769 Center Road, the front door of the business and four gas pumps reported damaged. Tuesday, June 19 8:19 p.m. — Kmart, 3301 Center Road, a wallet reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle. Wednesday, June 20 5 p.m. — Brunswick High School, 3581 Center Road, a Read More…

Obituaries for June 29, 2012

Edna F. Bramley C. Irene Croni John Jesse Okes Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

The Standby Generator: Your Assurance Of Power When You Need It The Most

Standby generators are something you don’t think about – until the power goes out. Power outages are a nuisance, to say the least, but they can also be costly, dangerous and in rare cases life threatening. Standby generators can eliminate, or at least greatly reduce, the stress and expense of losing power. Naturally, there are Read More…

Supreme Court upholds key part of Obama health law

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on today upheld the individual insurance requirement at the heart of President Barack Obama’s historic health care overhaul. The decision means the huge overhaul, still only partly in effect, will proceed and pick up momentum over the next several years, affecting the way that countless Americans receive and pay for Read More…

Highland Schools hooks up with superfast phone, Internet network

GRANGER TWP. — With sections of Medina County’s fiber optic network nearly complete, Highland Schools is set to be the first to tap into the system Monday. Jim Gerspacher, chairman of the county’s fiber committee, said Highland was the first to sign a contract to connect to the network. The school district’s contract with its Read More…

Harrisville Twp. trustees lift ban on ‘fracking’ discussion

HARRISVILLE TWP. — Members of an anti-fracking group once again will be able to talk about well drilling at township trustees meetings after being banned from doing so a month ago. Trustees last week reversed their decision to ban Farm and Family Alliance, an anti-fracking group of township residents, from speaking during meetings. Trustee Richard Read More…

NBA Draft: Cavaliers will need a deal to land shooting guard

Florida guard Bradley Beal has been linked strongly as possible selections for the Cavaliers during tonight’s NBA Draft. (AP FILE PHOTO)

Many, many years ago, a wise, old reporter pointed out to me that there is a big difference between what you actually know and what you think you know. I bring this up now, as the hours tick down to the 2012 NBA Draft, because the one thing I know, with absolute certainty, is that Read More…

Tribe’s losing streak stretches to 5 as comeback falls short

Yankees shortstop Jayson Nix fields the throw as Cleveland’s Aaron Cunningham attempts to steal second base. (AP PHOTO)

By Rick Freeman NEW YORK — For a team that just got swept and ran its losing streak to a season-high five games, the Cleveland Indians had plenty to be optimistic about. They put together better at-bats against the Yankees in the finale than they had in the first two games, they put the go-ahead Read More…

Medina County rules two-day golf event

LAGRANGE — Three local golfers won their respective age divisions at the Southwest Junior Golf Tour’s Western Rodeo event held over two days at Forest Hills and Grey Hawk Golf Clubs. Alicia Porvasnik (13-15) and Chad Dubiel (12-13) posted multishot victories, while fellow Hinckley Township resident Jimmy Szpak won the 14-15 age group by three Read More…