Archive for March, 2013
LOS ANGELES — Ohio State needed another last-second shot, and Aaron Craft had the ball at the top of the key again.
But last week’s hero gave it up to the hottest hand on the floor, and LaQuinton Ross sent the Buckeyes to the brink of their second straight Final Four.
Ross hit the tiebreaking 3-pointer with …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Medina County’s already long list of college baseball recruits just got longer.
The prestige factor increased drastically, too.
Brunswick senior Brian Lees committed to be a preferred walk-on at the University of Cincinnati earlier this week, joining Kyle Michalik (Ohio State), Tyler Greiner (Bowling Green State) and Anthony Bova (Akron) as D-I recruits …Read More
PEORIA, Ariz. — Cody Allen will start the season as just another middle reliever in the Indians’ bullpen. But if the recent past is any guide to his future, it won’t take long before he moves up the pecking order.
Last year, Allen, 24, began the season at high Class-A Carolina, but before you could …Read More
Forty years ago today, the last combat troops left Vietnam.
Below is a listing of every Medina and Wayne county resident who died in the war.
MEDINA — A Brunswick resident found guilty Thursday of attacking a woman for calling her son a bully will spend a month in jail.
In addition to jail time, Medina Municipal Court Judge Dale H. Chase sentenced Connie L. Edmiston, 42, to two years’ probation and fined her $500. She also was ordered to have no …Read More
YORK TWP. — The Erhart/York Township Fire Department was awarded an $81,938 federal grant this week to be used to buy equipment.
Township Trustee Colene Conley said Fire Chief Ken Barrett plans to use the money to purchase breathing apparatus for the volunteer squad.
“It’s really exciting to be able to upgrade our equipment,” Conley said.
The Fire …Read More
WESTFIELD TWP. — The state commission overseeing Cloverleaf Schools’ finances signed off Thursday on three levy resolutions for the Aug. 6 special election ballot.
Superintendent Daryl Kubilus said the board is in the difficult position of having to pass several levy resolutions because the filing deadline for the August special election ballot is before the May …Read More
The Medina Board of Education is accepting applications for the vacated seat of Charles Freeman, who resigned Tuesday.
Applications can be obtained by calling Noreen Paffumi at (330) 636-3010 or by visiting the board office, 140 W. Washington St., 8 to 11 a.m. and noon to 3 p.m. The application deadline is 3 p.m. April 5.
To …Read More
MEDINA — A nursing and rehabilitation facility that soon will open on East Smith Road is hiring and looking for its first two patients.
Once it is fully up and running, the facility, called the Avenue at Medina, is expected to create between 100 and 120 jobs, officials said.
Friday, March 22
11:09 a.m. — 900 block Broad St., a resident reported stolen DVDs worth $80.
3:51 p.m. — 100 block Main St., a girl was arrested on a domestic violence charge and taken to the Medina County Juvenile Detention Facility.
5:14 p.m. — Target, 1183 Williams Reserve Blvd., a woman escaped after attempting to steal …Read More