Archive for September 13th, 2013
Austintown Fitch 28, Brunswick 14
Manchester 56, Black River 13
Wadsworth 26, Medina 13
Highland 56, North Royalton 14
Cloverleaf 22, Buckeye 6
Juanita J. Packard, 64, of Spencer, passed away at her home on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. She was born on June 2, 1949 in Cleveland, to Dale and Ruth Douglas Wagner.
She graduated from Black River High School in 1967 and married Allan Packard on June 29, 1968. Juanita was a former employee for Society for …Read More
William W. Cline “Bill”, 51, of Medina, went to meet his precious Saviour face-to-face on Wednesday, Sepetember 11, 2013, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Bill attended school in Independence and Brecksville and received his GED from Medina Co. Career Center. He worked in several capacities at Hydraulic Press Brick in Independence for 13 years. More …Read More
Patricia Ann Voshall, 81, of Lodi, passed away Monday, September 9, 2013, at her home. She was born in Cleveland May 27, 1932, to Clarence and Rose Dochnahl Duffield and had attended Orchard Elementary, William Dean Howell Middle School and West Tech High School.
In 1960, she married William Voshall, Jr. They lived in Medina. She …Read More
Aaron Allen Wilson, 28, friend to all, passed away unexpectedly and entered the gates of Heaven on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.
A graduate of Highland High School and The University of Akron and attended Cornerstone Free Methodist Church. Aaron had a contagious smile and encouraged everyone he met. He served as a Business Development Manager for …Read More
A Medina businessman is fighting $9,000 in fines levied by the Kansas Insurance Department, which has accused him of sending deceitful advertisements to elderly Kansas residents.
The department also issued a cease and desist order to Matthew Dilday, 36, of Montville Township, after an insurance agent hired his firm to send 3,500 postcard ads to …Read More
Click here for photographs of 94 Civil War soldiers
A rare collection of 94 photographs of uniformed Civil War soldiers has been in the Medina County Historical Society’s collection for so long that no one knows where it came from — or who the soldiers are.
“We have no documentation as to when it came to the …Read More
BRUNSWICK — A yearlong citywide traffic signalization project to help with traffic flow in Brunswick will be completed in a few weeks.
City Engineer Ryan Cummins said construction work will wrap up Oct. 1, but bringing the system fully online could take until November.
Although the system isn’t fully operational yet, Cummins said motorists should see a …Read More
MEDINA — Akron Children’s Hospital attorney and nurse Maria Schimer filed another appeal in Medina County Probate Court last week seeking limited guardianship of an Amish girl with cancer.
Judge John J. Lohn rejected for the second time last week a lawsuit filed by Akron Children’s Hospital seeking to give Schimer the authority to make medical …Read More
MEDINA — Heritage and Sidney Fenn elementary schools and Medina High School will be open for tours Saturday as part of the “What’s the Buzz” Medina public art project.
The goal of the project is to promote pride in the community. Students, teachers and local artists have designed and painted 5-by-3-foot, polyurethane bees, and they are …Read More