November 22, 2014

Medina
Flurries
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Albert “Al” George Teufen, Jr.

Albert “Al” George Teufen, Jr. was a multi-talented photographer specializing in location photography. He was a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in photography and a member of the American Society of Media Photographers. His business was located in the Cleveland-Akron area in Westfield Center, where he worked with clients Read More…

Photo: Carving contest at Medina Drive Thru Beverage

Ohio Means Jobs signage to cost taxpayers

Local taxpayers will have to foot most of the bill for new signs, stationery and other items required by state-mandated changes at the Medina County Job and Family Services’ Workforce Development Center in Medina Township. At Monday’s county commissioners meeting, Workforce Development Director Bill Hannigan said a state law passed early this year transforms the Read More…

Developer donates $4M to hospital

BRUNSWICK — A Medina real estate developer and philanthropist is donating $4 million to the Cleveland Clinic. Ken Cleveland will present the check this afternoon at the Brunswick’s Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center, 3724 Center Road. The health center — the Cleveland Clinic’s newest facility — will be named in Cleveland’s honor. Cleveland has developed Read More…

Election 2013: Wadsworth City Council

WADSWORTH — The race for three at-large seats on City Council pits three Republican challengers against a Democratic incumbent. Patricia A. Haskins Patricia A. Haskins, the only woman on Council, was elected to her at-large post in 2011. She served previously on Council. She was appointed to fill out Gene Kovack’s term as Council member Read More…

Election 2013: Hinckley Township trustees

HINCKLEY TWP. — Two Hinckley township trustees are running for re-election next week, facing challenges from a retired Hinckley fire chief and a college student. Incumbents Dave Sambor and Raymond Schulte point to the township’s strong economic record and no debt as proof they’re prepared to continue serving. But Bill Horton, who served as Hinckley’s Read More…

Students’ trial by fire

More than 40 firefighters descended on two fully engulfed structures Tuesday afternoon as rubbernecking motorists on Laurel Road crept by. The fire was set intentionally as part of a training exercise. Students from the Cuyahoga County Community College Fire Academy spent two days training at a home and barn at 3978 Laurel Road in Brunswick Read More…

Photos: Cobblestone Park Drive open

Court log for Oct. 28

The following people appeared in Medina County Common Pleas Court on Monday, according to county Prosecutor Dean Holman: • Joshua Fox, 36, South Danbury Circle, Medina, sentenced to two years of community control sanctions on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. His driver’s license was suspended for six months. • Jody Read More…

Analyst: Lack of jobs data creates ‘month of ignorance’

Statewide employment data for September won’t be available for nearly another month, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced. The September statistics, along with those from October, will be released Nov. 22. County and city data for the same months will be available Nov. 26. The data for September had been scheduled for Read More…