Archive for November 2nd, 2012
BRECKSVILLE — North Royalton seniors Rachel Krikke and Natasha Medic threw a block party Thursday in the Division I regional semifinals.
Unfortunately, their celebration came at the expense of Brunswick’s volleyball team.
Krikke and Medic combined for 14 blocks and 18 kills — …Read More
Gabrielle Bulic, Morgan Ritchie, Paige Elias and Alex Fuldauer should be walking the halls of Brunswick High today with a huge sense of accomplishment.
Sure, traces of sadness and disappointment may linger following the Blue Devils’ 27-25, 25-21, 25-21 loss to North Royalton in a Division I regional semifinal volleyball match Thursday evening at Brecksville, but …Read More
By Eric Barnes
HUDSON — The Wadsworth volleyball team found some momentum late in the match Thursday, but couldn’t overcome an early deficit in its Division I regional semifinal loss to Kenston at Hudson.
Despite a surge that led to a Game 3 victory and carried over into Game 4, the Grizzlies fell 25-16, 25-18, 22-25, 25-21.
WADSWORTH — Ann Romney said she is confident her husband will be the president-elect come Wednesday.
“You are all going to wake up in the morning with a new president, and it’s going to be Mitt Romney,” she told a crowd of about 200 volunteers and supporters who filled the Republican campaign office to capacity.
Staff and wire reports
Medina County Red Cross volunteers are working in shelters as far away as New York City to help residents in the Northeast struggling to recover from superstorm Sandy.
One of the volunteers, Bill Taylor, of Medina, said he has been in New York state since Sunday.
“There’s a lot of …Read More
BRUNSWICK – Holiday cards are being collected for overseas U.S. military service members by libraries in Medina County.
For about five years, the Medina County Library District has gathered Christmas cards to send to the USO, an organization that provides morale, welfare and recreation-type services to military personnel. The USO then distributes the cards to service …Read More
Friday, Oct. 26
8:19 p.m. — 992 High St., Anna Carpenter, 20, of 509 High St., cited for selling alcohol to a minor at Chipotle.
9:11 p.m. — 500 College St., Mandi Lessie, 35, of 202 Parkview Ave., cited for selling alcohol to a minor at Stop-n-Go gas station.
Saturday, Oct. 27
7:07 a.m. — 456 South Blvd., …Read More
Most Medina County roads were back Wednesday to carrying cars rather than channeling the deluge of water brought by superstorm Sandy.
Only portions of two county roads remained closed Wednesday: Chippewa Road between Lake and Ballash roads in Lafayette Township and Bear Swamp Road between state Route 162 and Fixler Road, between Sharon and Montville townships. …Read More
Two Brunswick officers were honored last week during the annual Community Champions awards ceremony sponsored by local chapters of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Bay Village Schools
St. Anthony of Padua in Lorain