April 23, 2014

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Brunswick seeks road levy on November ballot

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick City Council plans to put a 1.2 mill property tax levy on the November ballot to pay for street repairs throughout the city. The levy is smaller than a 2.7-mill levy that voters rejected in 2011 and 2012. The first attempt was for a permanent levy. The second asked for a 20-year Read More…

County joins 151-mile fiber-optic network

MEDINA — The Medina County Commissioners voted Monday to join a countywide fiber-optic network despite a challenge from Armstrong Cable, the company that now provides the county’s Internet service. The Port Authority owns the 151-mile, 144-strand fiber-optic network, which is designed to provide high-bandwidth connections to businesses, local governments, schools and libraries. The network was Read More…

‘Most wanted man’ pleads guilty to gun, hammer attack

Dayshawn Wheeler

MEDINA — A Medina man who was on the U.S. Marshal Service’s most wanted list pleaded guilty Monday to felonious assault, aggravated burglary and robbery after prosecutors agreed to drop attempted murder charges. Police said that Dayshawn C. Wheeler, 23, 525 Birch Hill Drive, Apt. B7, broke into a Hemlock Court apartment in Brunswick on Read More…

Sharon Twp. man gets prison for auto fraud, theft

Matthew Collier

MEDINA — A Sharon Township man convicted of stealing nine automobiles and falsifying 10 auto titles was sentenced Monday to five years in prison. Matthew S. Collier, 34, of 7389 State Road, pleaded guilty in April to tampering with government records, a third-degree felony; nine counts of grand theft auto and breaking and entering, fourth- Read More…

Shirley Ann Javorsky

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Shirley Ann Javorsky, 76, of Medina, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2013, surrounded by her family. She was born December 14, 1936 in North Royalton, to the late Robert and Elvetta (Ziegler) Caperton. Shirley retired as a bus driver for the Medina Co. Board of Developmental Disabilities after 32 years of service. She was a Read More…

Corben James Cos Simpson

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The images of Corben Simpson will live far beyond his short lifetime. Corben enjoyed nature, off-roading bikes, four wheelers, playing with his dog, Serena, and skimboarding at the beach. Always up for new adventures, Corben was full of life and had everything to live for. Corben James Cos Simpson, 13, passed away Friday evening May Read More…

Eugene Ramey

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Eugene Ramey, 75, of Medina, passed away Monday, May 13, 2013. Gene graduated from Kent State High School in 1956 and treasured his many classmates and friends. He proudly served in the National Guard Reserves, and United States Marine Corps, where he enlisted on the “Buddy Plan”, with Dick Bragg, Tom Ludick, Don Wiant and Read More…

Daniel Wayne “Danny” Sedor, Jr.

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Daniel Wayne “Danny” Sedor, Jr., 38, passed away Sunday, May 19, 2013. He was the loving father of Eric and Julian, brother of Kayla and Katarina Retzler and dear son of Daniel W. (Shelley) Sedor, Sr. and Cindy (Robert) Retzler; and a loving grandson and nephew. Visitation will be Wednesday, May 22, 2013, from 4 Read More…

Pearl G. Frontz

Pearl G. Frontz, 93, passed away Sunday, May 19, 2013. Pearl was born in Cleveland, to William E. and Georgina White. She lived in Chippewa Lake prior to moving to Copeland Oakes, Sebring, Ohio in 2006. Pearl retired from Westfield Insurance Co. while living in Chippewa Lake. Pearl was the wife of Robert L. Frontz, Read More…

Lorita K. Morrow

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Lorita K. Morrow, 77, of Huntington, died Sunday, May 19, 2013 at home surrounded by her family. She was born July 4, 1935 in Urbana, to the late Walter L. and Freda Mae (nee Rideout) Sprinkle, Sr. Lorita lived in the Huntington area most of her life. Lorita worked at the Truck Stop of America, Read More…