Archive for September 10th, 2013
MEDINA — Medina County commissioners Monday approved sharing the cost of replacing a storm water drainage pipe in Brunswick Hills Township that has caused flooding on Boston Road.
A narrow drainage pipe on Richard Lehnecker’s property, 4700 Boston Road, has been contributing to flooding across the road, which is the county’s border with Strongsville, in Cuyahoga …Read More
BEREA — The Browns turned 0-1 into 0-5 last year, 0-3 in 2010, 0-4 in 2009 and 0-3 in 2008.
Since 2005, the only times an opening loss became a winning record were during the 10-6 season of 2007 and at 2-1 in 2011.
No wonder some fans are in a rush to forecast road losses to …Read More
The Northern Ohio Railway Museum is bringing the last Cleveland trolley car to Medina County.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority board of trustees passed a resolution July 13 to donate that car, along with two others, to the museum, 5515 Buffham Road, halfway between Gloria Glens Village and Seville, in Westfield Township.
BRUNSWICK — After posting arguably the biggest win in program history Saturday, the Brunswick girls soccer team’s task was to avoid a letdown Monday.
In a non-league game that featured an early scoring frenzy, the Blue Devils did just that, fighting their way to a 2-2 non-league draw with Wadsworth at Judy Kirsch Stadium.
LAFAYETTE TWP. — Medina County Commissioner Adam Friedrich said zoning changes are needed to attract businesses to a proposed economic development district in the University Center Innovation Park.
“There are some light industrial companies that we could attract with only slight modifications to the zoning language,” Friedrich said.
University Center Innovation Park, located along Technology Boulevard, north …Read More
CLEVELAND — The Indians won a game the hard way Monday night at Progressive Field.
Cleveland was outhit by Central Division rival Kansas City and endured a shaky effort from its bullpen, yet still was able to notch a 4-3 victory in the series opener between a pair of American League wild-card competitors.
The businessmen who hope to erect a large electronic billboard on Interstate 71 in Brunswick have dropped their application for a zoning variance in the face of growing opposition from homeowners.
“We have withdrawn our request for the variance and will be refiling to give time to address community concerns,” said Cal Wible, a partner in …Read More
Estell Imogene Naylor, 70, of Medina, passed away Sunday, September 8, 2013. Estell was born September 23, 1942 in Webster Springs, West Virginia, to the late Hurley and Sarah (Miller) Gregory.
She retired from HWI, where she was a controller. Estell enjoyed crocheting, picnics, fishing and gardening. She was a member of Beaver Run Community Church …Read More
Marion D. Hollan, 86, of Medina, passed away Sunday, September 8, 2013. Marion was born September 15, 1926 in Cleveland, to the late George and Edna (Cooper) Dedrick.
She was the loving mother of James (Paula) Dedrick of Medina; dearest grandmother of Jason Dedrick of Eugene, Oregon and Marny Mazzarella of Bowling Green, Ohio; loving great …Read More
Carol Lee Gardner, 77, of Brunswick, passed away Saturday, September 7, 2013 after a lengthy illness. She was born in Cleveland on June 23, 1936, to David and Katherine Smith.
She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Ronald D. Gardner of Brunswick; sons, Mark J. Gardner, Dale R. Gardner; grandsons, Thomas, Matthew, Joshua and …Read More