Archive for November, 2012
MEDINA — The 12th prescription medicine drop-off site in the county should be installed by the end of the year at Medina Hospital.
The drop-off is part of the Dispose of Unused Medication Properly program, or DUMP. It is designed to provide safe locations to dispose of unused or expired prescription medications.
“It’s just another opportunity for …Read More
SEVILLE — A 17-year-old Wooster boy was in satisfactory condition Thursday after his car crashed head-on with a delivery truck Wednesday on state Route 3 near Hazelwood Drive.
Clay Blair was traveling north in a 2004 Kia Optima on Route 3 at 2:39 p.m. Wednesday when it veered left and collided with a southbound 2003 International …Read More
COLUMBUS — A condemned killer trying to delay his execution because he is obese is now raising an innocence claim, a prosecutor said in a filing with the Ohio Parole Board.
Death row inmate Ronald Post, who weighs more than 400 pounds, is asking the courts to stop his January execution on the grounds …Read More
Friday, Nov. 23
4:35 p.m. — 900 block High St., a resident reported losing a ring with a replacement value of $11,655.
5:45 p.m. — 1119 Williams Reserve Blvd., an officer was dispatched to Kohl’s for two female juveniles detained for shoplifting. Charges are pending.
Saturday, Nov. 24
9:22 a.m. — 625 Broad St., a Wadsworth High School …Read More
Larry Edward Duyzer, 65, of Norwalk, passed away peacefully and surrounded with love Sunday, November 25, 2012 at Stein Hospice care in Sandusky. A long time resident of Brunswick. He was the son of the late Peter and Virginia (nee Rainey) Duyzer.
He is survived and missed by his fiancee, Cathy M. Rieth of 16 years …Read More
Rose Marie Orr, 85, of Medina, passed away Wednesday, November 28, 2012, at the Cleveland Clinic. She was born October 12, 1927 in Altoona, Pennsylvania, to William Oakley and Elizabeth (nee Wissinger).
Rose had her realtor’s license and she also was a Librarian at St. Ambrose School and Medina County Library. Rose also was the owner …Read More
MEDINA — City Council members have outlined their spending priorities for next year, and projects include a new parking facility and working with the Friends of Spring Grove Cemetery to build a new business office and garage at the cemetery.
At a special budget meeting Wednesday, Council members whittled 22 proposed capital items …Read More
WADSWORTH — Twice a week, members of the Wadsworth Fencing Club — ranging in age from 9 to 45 — grab their foils and put on protective jackets for a night of swordplay and footwork.
The club has been meeting for three years, and the group has grown considerably, founder and coach Tony Laurene said.
COLUMBUS — Sponsors say a bill passed by the Ohio House would give school districts more flexibility in making up snow days and other lost time.
The bill passed Wednesday would change state law regarding the time students must spend in school. It would require them to spend a minimum number of hours in school each …Read More