August 4, 2015

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Mildred A. Kerwin

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Mildred A. Kerwin, 81, of Valley City, passed away Saturday, December 27, 2014. She was born February 28, 1933 in Cleveland, to the late Mathew and Anna (nee Kosik) Orsagh. Mildred was a 1951 graduate of Brunswick High School and from there went to work as an accountant for Webb-Stiles for many years, but will Read More…

Rodney L. Ickes, Sr.

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Rodney L. Ickes, Sr., 71, of West Salem, died Sunday, December 28, 2014, at his home. He was born September 14, 1943 in Wooster, the son of Ralph James and Kathleen (Harrison) Ickes. He served in U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. He was employed at Rubbermaid in Wooster for 34 years as a set Read More…

Mr. Berlie L. Barton

Berlie L. Barton, 83, of Seville, passed away Friday, December 26, 2014, at the Medina General Hospital, following a brief illness. Born in Clarksburg, West Virginia, April 27, 1931, he was a son of the late Reverend Berlie L. and Audra Jones Barton. His wife, Norma George Barton, of Charlotte, North Carolina, survives, as well Read More…

Long layoff doesn’t hurt Grizzlies

Brad Bournival The Gazette WADSWORTH — If there were fears of a nine-day layoff, the Wadsworth girls basketball team put them to rest Monday. It came in a tidy 61-45 non-conference win over Wooster during the Believe Roundball Classic. “We did a lot of good things for it being a nine-day layoff,” Wadsworth coach Andrew Read More…

Browns quarterback situation remains ‘muddy’

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BEREA — Brian Hoyer, set to become a free agent, removed the nameplate above his locker “just in case” he isn’t back next year. Johnny Manziel was a huge disappointment in his six quarters as starter and apologized again Monday for his behavior off the field. The quarterback situation that held so much promise after Read More…

Blue Devils set record in win

Albert Grindle The Gazette BRUNSWICK — Intensity and sportsmanship were the core characteristics. Short of instructing her players to stop trying, Brunswick girls basketball coach Halle Lengal did all she could Monday to keep the score reasonable against Warrensville Heights. With the starting lineup playing approximately 12 minutes, the Blue Devils held the Tigers scoreless Read More…

Manziel’s actions more important than words

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BEREA — Johnny Manziel has talked a good game since before the draft. He hasn’t played one yet — on or off the field. Manziel met with the media Monday as the Browns cleaned out their lockers following a 7-9 season, and said it’s time his actions matched his promises. “I can’t sit here and Read More…

Browns notes: Veterans see Gilbert’s ability, need to see consistency

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BEREA — Rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert not only was inactive for the season finale against the Ravens, he was essentially suspended for it. Coach Mike Pettine said the first-round pick from Oklahoma State was late for a team meeting Saturday in Baltimore, prompting him to be a healthy scratch for the 20-10 loss the next Read More…

Six companies bid to operate recycling center

Six companies are interested in running the Medina County Processing Facility in Westfield Township as a waste transfer station. County Sanitary Engineer Amy Lyon-Galvin said the lowest bidder is Dover, Ohio-based Kimble Companies, a waste disposal company. Kimble’s bid was $26.95 per ton of waste transported and disposed of at the company’s landfill in Dover. Read More…

Gas dips below $2 in county

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The price of gas dipped below $2 at several service stations Monday in Medina County. Almost half the gas stations in Medina city dropped prices below $2, according to nonprofit GasBuddy.com. The BP gas station at 8834 Lake Road in Westfield Township recorded the lowest price for a gallon of regular unleaded at $1.95 while Read More…