November 22, 2014

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Drunken driver to wear monitoring bracelet

MEDINA — A 56-year-old Medina man who pleaded guilty in August to leading police on a drunken car chase through three counties will wear an alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet for six months. Medina County Common Pleas Judge James L. Kimbler warned Gary W. Ostrowski, of 1010 Essex Lane, that he’ll spend two years in prison if Read More…

‘Suicide by cop’ driver facing more charges

MEDINA — A 22-year-old Brunswick man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase to commit “suicide by cop” has been charged with aggravated vehicular assault. Luke Pfeiler, of 3327 Valley Forge Drive, already was awaiting trial on a charge of failing to obey a police officer, a third-degree felony punishable by up to three Read More…

Pat O’Brien readies state’s largest Chevrolet dealership

MEDINA TOWNSHIP – After a year of construction, Ohio’s largest Chevrolet dealership will welcome motorists to a new, state-of-the-art facility next week. Pat O’Brien Chevrolet, 3880 Pearl Road, is putting the finishing touches on a 52,000 square-foot superstore that boasts a 10,000 square-foot showroom and a 30-bay service center longer than a football field. The Read More…

Neva Jane Howk

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Neva Jane Howk has gone to be with our Lord on Friday, September 13, 2013, at the age of 82, after a brief illness. She was born in Greer, Ohio, to Harold and Ellen Rabjohn. After graduating from Chatham High in 1948, she attended beauty school where she became a hairdresser. She married Richard D. Read More…

David M. Pasek

David M. Pasek, 56, of Valley City, passed away peacefully Thursday, October 3, 2013, with his loving family at his side. David was born in Cleveland on April 4, 1957, to Franklin and Patricia Pasek. He resided in Parma, prior to moving to Valley City in 1997. David has been a HVAC technician for the Read More…

Hoyer’s season is over

  Brian Dulik The Gazette BEREA — Brian Hoyer is the only quarterback in Browns history to win his first three NFL starts. Unfortunately, he won’t have the chance to extend that streak to four until 2014. Hoyer will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn right anterior cruciate ligament Thursday in Read More…

Bulldogs have too much bite

  Kenneth Coleman The Gazette GREEN — Cloverleaf’s defensive backfield should have been eager to board the bus and head home Friday night after getting lit up by Green quarterback John Davies. The 6-foot-4 junior, who entered the game as the Suburban League’s leading passer, threw for five touchdowns in leading the Bulldogs to a Read More…

Defense is key for Grizzlies

Richard Doyle The Gazette WADSWORTH — Art Wright Memorial Stadium was missing half its usual football fans Friday night due to inclement weather, but Wadsworth’s defense definitely made its presence known as it manhandled Revere in a 42-6 Suburban League victory. The Grizzlies (5-1, 2-1) used a combination of quickness and speed that kept the Read More…

Mustangs dominate Bees

Rick Noland The Gazette MEDINA — There were plenty of fireworks Friday night at Kenneth Dukes Stadium. Unfortunately for the Medina football team, they all came in a postgame display that was part of homecoming festivities. On the field, Strongsville completely dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, as the Bees Read More…

Vaughn reigns on field and off it

Dan Brown The Gazette SULLIVAN TWP. — It’s good to be Andrew Vaughn. The Black River running back continued his attack on the school record book Friday night, making plays on both sides of the ball to help the Pirates to a 37-21 Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division victory over Wellington. Vaughn even took home Read More…