Archive for July 1st, 2013
Tuesday through Sunday
• Brunswick — Summer Celebration, formerly known as Old Fashioned Days, will kick off Tuesday and continue through the holiday weekend. The event features rides, food, entertainment and contests.
• Brunswick — The Patriot Party will take place at the Brunswick Recreation Center, 3637 Center Road, from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Activities include free …Read More
MEDINA — An hour of rain failed to put much of a damper on the second annual Medina Square Antique Show Sunday.
Matt Wiederhold, executive director of Main Street Medina, the nonprofit preservation group that organizes events on Public Square, estimated between 2-3,000 people attended throughout the day — about a thousand fewer than last year.
How about a rain check on the rain?
That’s what summer fun-seekers are asking after putting up with one of the wettest Junes on record.
The Cleveland office of the National Weather Service reported 7.9 inches of rain, almost twice as much as the normal 4.47 inches for June.
June’s rain was about 2 inches shy of …Read More
Edward C. Gorey, 56, of Lodi, passed away Saturday, June 29, 2013 at Lodi Community Hospital. He was born April 16, 1957 in Lodi to George and Gertrude (Stahl) Gorey.
Ed graduated from Cloverleaf High School in 1975, and had resided in Lodi all of his life. Prior to his deteriorating health, he had been employed …Read More
Raymond Lloyd “Sam” Anderson, 78, of Seville, died Sunday, June 30, 2013 at Hospice of Medina County, in Medina. Raymond was born March 24, 1935 in New London, Ohio to Harley and Ethellyn (Hamblin) Anderson.
He graduated from Medina High School in 1953, he then joined the US Army. He married Martha Acker on May 22, …Read More
Robert A Crebs, 81, of Creston formerly of West Salem died Saturday, June 29, 2013 at Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital. He was born May 23, 1932 in West Salem to Claude & Viola Alice (McBride) Crebs.
He graduated in 1950 from West Salem High School. He retired in 1992 from Spencer Manufacturing Company in Spencer, Ohio. He was …Read More