Archive for July 11th, 2013
Friday is the due date for payment of second half taxes.
Medina County Treasurer John Burke has introduced his new automated website, www.medinacountytreasurer.com, in time to make paying taxes on deadline easier.
Payments can always be made in person at the treasurer’s office, 144 N. Broadway St., Medina, but residents now have a second and possibly more …Read More
LYNDHURST — Browns strong safety T.J. Ward has two weeks of free time before the grind of his fourth training camp begins. He didn’t plan a vacation, and isn’t trying to squeeze in a last-minute getaway to Hawaii or the Caribbean.
Ward was headed home to California following the conclusion of his youth football camp Wednesday. …Read More
WADSWORTH — A community dream is on the verge of becoming reality.
Phase V of the Art Wright Memorial Stadium renovation is on schedule to be completed by the Wadsworth football …Read More
CLEVELAND — Joe Smith has been the workhorse of the Indians’ beleaguered bullpen, but he was bound to run out of energy at some point.
That point arrived on Wednesday night against the Toronto Blue Jays.
CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers went from playoff pretenders to possible Eastern Conference contenders Wednesday night.
Unrestricted free agent center Andrew Bynum accepted Cleveland’s two-year, $24 million contract offer, turning down more guaranteed money from the Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks. The decision was first reported by Chris Broussard of ESPN.
Powerful thunderstorms packing high winds and torrential rains ripped across southern Medina County on Wednesday afternoon, downing power lines and trees and overflowing storm sewers, …Read More
BRUNSWICK — A nonprofit group is hoping to achieve in Brunswick what Main Street Medina has done in its city: Create an exciting downtown that attracts people — and their money.
Brunswick Town Center was founded by Melissa Malone, who hopes to offer more community events to support local businesses.
Another goal is “to give the citizens …Read More
MEDINA — Taxpayers won’t be providing health insurance coverage for future members of the Medina County Board of Elections.
County commissioners agreed Monday to eliminate the coverage as a cost-saving measure.
Under Ohio law, the county can choose to exclude part-time and unelected officials from the county’s medical coverage.
Coverage will denied only to new board members. The …Read More
MEDINA — If three Medina County residents charged with felony arson last month are convicted, they’ll be among the first to register with the county Sheriff’s Office as part of a new state law that became effective July 1.
Davon L. Phillips, 19, of Medina; Robert C. Buck, 55, of Chippewa Lake; and Jill Tucker, 58, …Read More