December 22, 2014

Medina
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Jack Wallace Ziegler

Jack Wallace Ziegler, 90, of Medina, and former Ashtabula resident, died Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at the Western Reserve Masonic Community in Medina. He was born March 21, 1923 In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of Henry J. and Ida Ziegler. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II in the China – Burma Read More…

Dennis Mlady

Dennis Mlady, 62, of Medina, passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 2013. He was the son of John and Rose (nee Kaminski) Mlady. He was born April 6, 1951, in Cleveland. Dennis was a resident of Brunswick for more than 50 years. Dennis enjoyed fishing, campfires and loved a good thunder/snow storm. He retired from Read More…

David T. Lekan

David T. Lekan, 74, of Hinckley, passed away peacefully Thursday, October 31, 2013, surrounded by his family. He was born January 8, 1939 to the late Edward John and Dorothy Josephine (nee Walkoviak) Lekan in Cleveland. He was the founder of First Security Mortgage, which his children continue to operate. David loved his convertible cars, Read More…

Elect 2013: Polling places

Voters in all or portions of 22 of Medina County’s 117 precincts will be voting in new polling places Tuesday. All registered voters affected have been notified by mail. County election officials cited several reasons for the changes. Some polling locations no longer were available. Others did not meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Read More…

Field set for Brunswick city manager candidates

UPDATE: Click each candidate’s name to view his or her resume. Brunswick City Council members are meeting with five candidates for the job of city manager in the next two weeks, including two Ohio residents, two Florida applicants with Ohio ties, and an applicant from Michigan. Council members hired Management Partners to help them conduct Read More…

Writers have one month to complete their dream

For writers across the county, National Novel Writing Month kicked off Friday. Their goal? To write a 50,000-word novel by the end of the month. “It evens out to about 1,677 words per day,” said Katie Hasenyager, a Wadsworth writer who participated in a “write-in” at Cool Beans coffee shop in Wadsworth. Most writers at Read More…

Election 2013: Lafayette Township trustees

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Two political newcomers, James Q. Aylsworth and Michael T. Costello, are challenging incumbent township trustees Lynda Bowers and Nanci Shanley in Tuesday’s election. Lynda Bowers Bowers, 54, has served on the board of trustees for 16 years. Bowers is married and has one son and four grandchildren, all who live in Lafayette Read More…

Election 2013: Brunswick school board

BRUNSWICK — Voters will fill three seats on the Brunswick school board Tuesday and at least two of the winners will be newcomers. School board President Thomas Neumann and member Bonnie Nelson are not seeking re-election. Neumann has served on the board for 20 years and Nelson for 16. Lisa Durichko is the only incumbent Read More…

Election 2013: Westfield Village Council

WESTFIELD CENTER — Four of the six seats on Village Council are up for election Tuesday and all four incumbents are in the running. Kevin Rych — the fifth candidate — is arguing the village needs someone new. He is challenging Patricia A. Edington, Darryl A. Chidsey, Gregory A. Oakes and Terence D. Bittner. Kevin Read More…

Election 2013: Lodi Village Council

LODI — At least one familiar face will remain on Lodi Village Council after Tuesday’s election. Incumbents John A. Carpenter and Patricia A. Graham, are running for re-election to the six-member board. But there are four open seats and three other candidates filed to run: Letha L. Mapes, Patricia K. May and Cecelia Sivard. John Read More…