October 25, 2014

Medina
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Sobriety checkpoint Saturday in Medina Township

MEDINA TWP. — The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Medina County OVI Task Force will conduct a sobriety checkpoint Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on state Route 18, east of River Styx Road. The OVI checkpoint, funded by federal grant funds, is planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers. In conjunction with Read More…

Ellen E. Hudson

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Ellen E. Hudson (nee Drake), 92, passed away Wednesday, July 3, 2013. The loving mother of Holly Forrester (Rick), Thomas (Ruth), David (Margaret), Susan Hudson (Diann); dear grandmother of Michael, Cathleen, Jonathan, Sarah, Laura, Ellie, and Cassie; sister of the late Virginia Shuler, June Green, and Donald Drake. Ellen served as an RN during WWII Read More…

United Way to target its aid

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The United Way of Medina County wants to play a bigger role helping charities to identify the most important problems facing the community. United Way’s Executive Director Seth Kujat said the new approach dramatically will increase the possibility of improving lives in Medina County. “Before we were focused on agencies telling us what programs they Read More…

Kid’s Fair to bring fun, fundraising to square

Medina CHANT will host a Kid’s Fair in the Square 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday on Medina’s Public Square. The event boasts a magician, carnival and water games, face-painting and raffles. Concessions will be available with proceeds benefiting Let’s Make a Difference, a nonprofit that provides summer recreation and educational opportunities for underprivileged children in Read More…

GOP makes its picks for judgeship

MEDINA — Three local attorneys have been recommended by the Medina Republican Party to replace Juvenile and Probate Judge John Lohn, who announced his retirement in April. The nominees are Kevin Dunn, Susanna Lewis and Lori Brobst. Lewis and Brobst are magistrates in Lohn’s court. Dunn is a Medina city prosecutor and served as chairman Read More…

Man called liar by assistant prosecutor gets new trial

MEDINA — The 9th District Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial for a 50-year-old man convicted last year of asking someone to set a building on fire. The appellate judges ruled Vincent E. Labriola, of Copley Township, wasn’t given a fair trial in February 2012 because Medina County Assistant Prosecutor Matt Razavi repeatedly Read More…