November 28, 2014

Medina
Flurries
26°F

Browns: Weeden keeps starting job

BEREA — Browns coach Rob Chudzinski is sticking with quarterback Brandon Weeden. Despite Weeden falling to 0-3 as the starter with a 31-17 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Despite the logic-defying interception on a backhanded flip in the fourth quarter. With veteran Jason Campbell sitting on the bench with 31 career wins in Read More…

Why have road crews moved into the sun?

Paving crews returned to work during the day Monday, resulting in lane closings and slowed traffic on state Route 18 west of Public Square. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY DAN POMPILI)

After a week of working exclusively at night, Medina paving crews on Monday returned to daylight hours along with their orange barrels and traffic delays. Why the switch? Medina Mayor Dennis Hanwell said the Ohio Department of Transportation said it can’t afford to pay for anymore night work on the $2 million project. “They told Read More…

50th Anniversary – Fish

Glenn & Barbara Fish

Barbara R. and Glenn R. Fish of Lodi celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on September 28, 2013! They were married in 1963, by the Rev. Kenneth Fisher in the Black River Church of the Brethren. Glenn is retired from Chick Master as a plumber. He is involved with clubs such as Lodi Puritan and South Read More…

Congratulations – Geig

Larry Geig

  THANK YOU Larry Geig, Paramedic for 20 years of excellent service!   Carlson Ambulance Transport Service

Edna Levandoski

LevandoskiEdna

Edna Levandoski of Hinckley, passed away peacefully Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the age of 95 in the tender care of Hospice of Medina County and Happy Days Eldercare. She leaves our world to join her beloved husband Clyde, a marriage of 58 years till his passing in 2005. Edna grew up in Grafton, where Read More…