Archive for November 15th, 2012
GUILFORD TWP. — A Medina woman was flown to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash early Thursday at River Styx and Blake roads.
Deborah Elson-Roth, of Medina, was traveling east in a 2008 Nissan Rogue on Blake Road when she failed to yield at a stop sign and collided with a 2007 Dodge Ram pickup truck …Read More
By Nick Glunt and Loren Genson
MEDINA — Residents were spared, but two small dogs died in a fire that gutted an apartment and damaged three others at Nottingham Court senior community Wednesday evening.
“Are my dogs gone? Are they gone?” asked Janice Pierce, 58, who came home from the library about 6:30 p.m. to find firefighters …Read More
BEREA — Brandon Weeden returned from a few days in Oklahoma with a live arm, fresh outlook and seven games left to show new CEO Joe Banner he should be the starting quarterback in 2013 and beyond.
“I’m not a moron. I know I’ve got to play better,” Weeden said Wednesday. “And I’ve got to do …Read More
As expected, Medina County players fared well when the Northeast Ohio Golf Coaches Association announced its all-district teams.
Four-time Gazette MVP and Division I state medalist Jessica Porvasnik of Highland was named to the first team alongside teammates Jessica McRae and Chloe McKinzie and Wadsworth’s Alice and Katy Ho.
Medina’s Allie Snyder and Highland’s Rachel Horvath were …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Firefighters may be able to rescue trapped motorists a little faster with equipment purchased through a federal grant.
The new equipment, from Genesis Rescue Systems, includes hydraulic rams, cutters, saws and spreader — all of which can be used to cut apart a car and free a trapped victim.
MEDINA — Medina Mayor Dennis Hanwell said he’s interested in expanding economic development agreements with the city’s surrounding townships.
Medina Township trustee Mike Todd said he’s willing to talk about the idea.
Todd made the statement Wednesday at a joint meeting among city officials and the trustees from Montville, Medina, Lafayette and York townships.
Todd said …Read More
MEDINA — Clarence Kinkelaar wants his bonus for serving in the Korean War.
“I never heard of this,” said Kinkelaar, 77, of Liverpool Township. “Can I still get my bonus?”
The answer is no, according to the Ohio Department of Veterans Services.
Veterans have been offered tax-free bonuses by the state since the Civil War, Veteran Services spokesman …Read More
Sunday, Nov. 4
5 p.m. — 4000 block Miner Drive, a bicycle was reported stolen from a garage.
Tuesday, Nov. 6
5:19 p.m. — Joseph C. Goss, 29, of 1965 Gaylann Drive, was charged with falsification and firing a firearm in the city. Police responded to his home after neighbors reported hearing shots and seeing Goss in …Read More
City Service Director Pat McNamara said his crews still are working to get caught up on leaf collection following early November’s stormy weather. McNamara thanked residents for their patience.
The service department is still working to collect and remove trees that were toppled by superstorm Sandy. The cleanup put the crews behind in leaf collection.
“People are …Read More
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Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board, regular meeting, 5:30 p.m., Human Resources Center, Room A, 246 Northland Drive, Medina.
Sharon Township trustees, special meeting to discuss disciplinary action, 4:30 p.m., township administration building, 1322 Sharon Copley Road.
Westfield Township Board of Zoning Appeals, …Read More