September 19, 2014

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Virginia E. Wires-Louk

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Virginia E. Wires-Louk, 95, of Medina, passed away Monday, July 8, 2013. She was born August 8, 1917 in Marietta, to Charles and Maude (nee Emerick) Lucas . Virginia was employed in sales, in the furniture business. She loved to sew and enjoyed traveling. She was a member of Medina Church of Christ. Virginia will Read More…

George J. Steirer

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George J. Steirer, 76, of Lodi, died Thursday, July 11, 2013 at Hospice of Medina County. He was surrounded by his family, friends, love and laughter. Born February 24, 1937, to Joseph and Helen (Bayer) Steirer, George grew up in Mallet Creek, Ohio, on the family farm. He graduated from Buckeye High School in 1955 Read More…

Eleaner L. Yuhas

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Eleaner L.Yuhas (nee Thompson) passed away Thursday, July 11, 2013 surrounded by her family at University Hospital in Cleveland. She studied at Mt. Carmel School of Nursing and was a member of The Ohio State swim and diving team. She is survived by her children, Keith (Diana) Yuhas of Louis Center and Scott Yuhas of Read More…

Dolores Juchnik-Mogg

Dolores Juchnik-Mogg (nee Ulanowicz), passed away Thursday, July 11, 2013 She was the beloved wife of the late Albert Juchnik and the late Robert Mogg; loving mother of Sharon Sommers (Jimmy, deceased), Ronald Juchnik (Joanne), Gary Juchnik, Diane Sorgi (Bryan), Arleen Fogle (Edward) and Joanne Howington (Robert); dear grandmother of 15 and great grandmother of Read More…

Salvatore R. Calo

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Salvatore R. Calo, 73, born in Cleveland, formerly of Montville Township, passed away Thursday, July 11, 2013. The loving father of Cheryl Sciuva, John (deceased), Theresa Hyer (deceased) (John) and Salvatore A. Cherished; grandfather of 12; great grandfather of, Nina Layne; dearest son of the late, Salvatore and Theresa (nee Santamaria); dear brother of the Read More…

Caroline E. Bubna

Caroline E. Bubna, age 84, of Strongsville, formerly of Brunswick, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 8, 2013. Born on November 23, 1928 to the late Edward and Mary (nee Hahn) Mathews in Cleveland. Caroline enjoyed sewing, crafting and doing crossword puzzles. She is survived by her loving son, Richard (Rita) Bubna of Strongsville. Preceded Read More…

Medina County clerk of courts accused of campaigning on the job

Read the complaint and answer from federal court: • June 7: Julie Kauffman’s lawsuit • June 20: David Wadsworth’s answer • July 8: Kauffman’s amended lawsuit A special prosecutor is investigating accusations Medina County Clerk of Courts David Wadsworth worked on his November election campaign on taxpayers’ time. County Sheriff Tom Miller said deputies interviewed Wadsworth in December Read More…

Hinckley couple announces ‘Holly’wood movie museum

Medina Mayor Dennis Hanwell  speaks at the announcement of the fall opening Friday of “Holly”wood Christmas Movieland. (ANDREW DAVIS / GAZETTE)

Snow fell and Christmas cheer filled the air Friday as Hinckley Township sculptor Mark Klaus unveiled the grand plan to put America’s largest year-round indoor Christmas movie museum inside the vacant Medina Methodist Church. “‘Holly’wood Christmas Movieland will be the most fun Christmas experience you have ever had,” Klaus said. He and his wife, Dana, Read More…

Waste deep: Sewer overflow closes beach

GLORIA GLENS PARK — Wednesday’s heavy rains overflowed sewer lines, which sent raw sewage into Chippewa Lake. Medina County Health Commissioner Krista Wasowski warned residents of the two villages bordering the lake — Gloria Glens Park and Chippewa Lake — not to swim or walk on the beach. “I do strongly urge the residents from Read More…

Bring your family to rock the block in Medina today

MEDINA — Ray Mellert Park will come alive today with the sounds of music and children playing. Medina Councilman Brian Hilberg, Ward 1, is planning his first neighborhood block party. Hilberg, the owner of Marie’s Cafe on Public Square, was appointed to Council in March 2012. “I wanted to try and host an event where Read More…