July 22, 2014

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Bobby Randell Greathouse

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Bobby Randell Greathouse “Papaw” was a lifelong resident of Brunswick. He passed away peacefully Wednesday, March 27, 2013, in his sleep, surrounded by family, at the age of 76. Bobby was born in Wayland Kentucky, to Archie and Bureda on June 21, 1936. He was the second of 16 children. Bobby was married for 53 Read More…

Dennis G. Anthony

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Dennis G. Anthony, 69, of Medina, passed away Wednesday, March 27, 2013, in Cleveland. Dennis was born April 28, 1943 in Cleveland, to the late Raymond and Alyce (Sliwinski) Anthony. He was an electrician with Local 38 for 10 years and also worked for Columbia Gas for 25 years. Dennis enjoyed coaching youth soccer and Read More…

Lora I. Cogar

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Lora I. Cogar, 78, of Creston, passed away Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at her winter home in Lake Wales, Florida. She was born October 16, 1934 in Webster Springs, to Archie Gustavis and Dorcie Cogar Brady. She was a Postal Clerk for the Post Office, leaving work in 1986 when her husband retired. Lora enjoyed Read More…

Kathy E. Hayton

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Kathy E. Hayton, 41, of Medina, passed away, Monday, March 25, 2013. She was born in Medina April 8, 1971. Kathy has been a lifelong resident of Medina County. She had been working on obtaining a nursing degree at Sanford Brown. Kathy enjoyed doing puzzles and simply adored her grandchildren. She is survived by her Read More…

Survey: Paying school administrator’s college debt unheard of

David Knox and Nick Glunt A survey of Ohio’s 33 largest school districts failed to find an administrator’s contract with the most controversial fringe benefit awarded Medina Superintendent Randy Stepp — elimination of his old college debt at taxpayers’ expense. Stepp’s three federal student loans, totaling nearly $172,000, were repaid in full in January 2012 Read More…

Medina’s outdoor pool to be dry this summer

The Medina Municipal Pool at Memorial Park will not be open this summer because of structural concerns. (PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE MEDINA PARKS DEPARTMENT)

MEDINA — The city’s outdoor pool at Memorial Park won’t open this summer because of structural concerns. Parks Director Tim Swanson said it was becoming too costly to keep refilling the pool because of cracks in the seal. “It’s just old age, it’s cracking and sagging,” he said. “We were losing so much water that Read More…

Work starts Monday on Interstate 76

Starting Monday, the Ohio Department of Transportation will resume reconstruction of Interstate 76 between state Route 57 and the Summit County line. The $17.7 million project began last summer with work on the eastbound lanes completed. The westbound lanes will be done this year, according to an ODOT news release. “Attempts will be made to Read More…

Parma man charged in Liverpool burglary spree

LIVERPOOL TWP. — A Parma man faces eight felony counts in connection with a rash of New Year’s Eve burglaries in the area of Columbia and Neff roads. Kyle E. Roberts, 22, is charged with three counts of breaking and entering and one count of theft, fifth-degree felonies; two counts of theft (firearm), a third-degree Read More…

Recording of Gov. Kasich’s Lincoln Day speech

To hear a recording of Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s speech at the Medina County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner Monday at Medina’s Williams on the Lake, click here.

Browns: Jason Campbell believes he can start, but focus is on helping

Jason Campbell’s career turned Oct. 16, 2011, when he landed on his shoulder after a hit by Browns linebackers Scott Fujita and Chris Gocong and broke his collarbone. Oakland improved to 4-2 that day and Campbell had been playing some of the best football of his career. He had completed 61 percent of his passes Read More…