Archive for July, 2013
MEDINA — The city has issued a boil alert after a water main break in the 900 block of East Washington Street.
Service Director Nino Piccoli said the break occurred at about 2 p.m. Wednesday.
About 20 homes on East Washington Street and Alber Drive were without water. Piccoli said water should be restored by late Wednesday.
The …Read More
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Loren Genson and David Knox | The Gazette
A local attorney has filed a “taxpayer’s lawsuit” asking that the contract awarded Medina Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp in January be declared invalid because the school board violated the state’s open meetings laws.
The lawsuit introduces a new player …Read More
The Junior Fair Horse and Pony Show at the Medina County Fair was missing one of its competitors Tuesday.
At about 9:45 p.m. Monday — less than 12 hours before the show was scheduled to begin — Rango, a 9-year-old quarter-horse, was hit by a truck and killed in front of the animal’s trainer.
The accident occurred …Read More
Joe Banner had a long to-do list when he arrived in Cleveland.
He’s checked off most of the items on one side of the ball, but has largely ignored the other.
Banner focused his attention on the defense in his first offseason as Browns CEO. He signed outside linebacker Paul Kruger to a five-year, $40.5 million …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Pumps at the GetGo service station at 3446 Center Road served up pure ethanol rather than regular gasoline to about 500 customers, according to the company.
A spokesperson for Giant Eagle, which owns GetGo, said in a news release Tuesday that the service station Sunday received a shipment of unblended ethanol from its fuel …Read More
Matthew Doyle | The Gazette
COLUMBUS — The Medina County Special Olympics volleyball team has a reputation as always being a state title contender.
That’s exactly what the team won June 29 at Value City Arena. After finishing third last year, the group defeated Clark County and Wood County to bring home its fourth state title in …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The development company that hopes to buy 16.3 acres of city property at Brunswick Town Center would develop a hotel first, followed by luxury apartments and a senior living facility.
According to a draft of the agreement with Canton-based McKinley Development Co., the city wants the company to develop a hotel first on about …Read More
For the last couple weeks, the wallpaper on Steele Wasik’s cell phone had the number 7,000.
That represented the points he wanted to record in hopes of capturing the AAU Junior Olympic national title in the decathlon.
Wasik did that and then some last weekend, as the Medina resident dominated the competition in registering 7,037 points en …Read More
CLEVELAND — Pinch-hitter Ryan Raburn’s two-run single in the eighth inning rallied the Indians to their sixth straight win, 7-4 over the freefalling Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night.
Raburn, batting for Jason Giambi, who won Monday night’s game with a pinch-hit homer in the ninth, singled off Matt Lindstrom as the Indians stormed back and …Read More