October 21, 2014

Medina
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Brunswick High School’s roof to be fixed after hail storm, tornado

BRUNSWICK — Three sections of Brunswick High School’s roof will be repaired before winter arrives. The school board Monday night approved a bid of $655,119 from Strongsville-based Professional Roofing Services. The roof was damaged during a hail storm and tornado that struck the city in June. “We were advised it would be better to get Read More…

Prep Athletes of the Week for the week of Oct. 21

Chloe McKinzie

Football Gary Clift Jr., Brunswick: Senior wide receiver scored two touchdowns in Blue Devils’ 59-21 win over Twinsburg. … First score in Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division game came on 70-yard punt return. … Other TD was 9-yard reception in second quarter. … Had 134 punt return yards in first quarter. … Finished with five Read More…

2014 trick or treat times, dates across Medina County

TRICK OR TREAT Saturday, Oct. 25 • Hinckley Township, Halloween Haunt, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Center and Ridge roads. Hinckley area businesses will open their doors to trick-or-treaters. Participants can carve pumpkins and fire trucks will be on display. Sunday, Oct. 26 • Granger Township, 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 • Wadsworth, 6 to 8 p.m. Read More…

Passenger dies in multiple-vehicle crash in Lafayette Township

A passenger died Friday afternoon after a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 42 near mile post 14 in Lafayette Township, Highway Patrol officials said. Tara Green, 21, of Burbank, died at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, where she was transported after the wreck. The patrol said Noah T. Silcox, 20, of Westfield Center, was driving a Read More…

Sexually explicit photos shared by Highland students?

Medina County sheriff’s deputies are investigating allegations that a group of Highland High School students shared sexually explicit digital photos. Sheriff Tom Miller said the investigation began Oct. 10, that both boys and girls were being questioned, and that several students were subjects in the photos. “It’s an ongoing investigation,” he said. Miller said it’s Read More…

Leaf program begins Monday in Wadsworth

Wadsworth workers will begin picking up leaves raked to tree lawns Monday. There will be between four and six collections per street until Nov. 24. City employees will make one final pass after Nov. 24. Following that pass, residents will be required to place leaves in bags with a green sticker and call the transfer Read More…

High School Football: Stow at Medina

MEDINA — One step forward and two steps back, as the Medina football team followed last week’s win against Shaker Heights with a 38-18 loss to Stow in Northeast Ohio Conference River Division play Friday. Just when the Bees looked to get traction, they slipped. “We keep shooting ourselves in the foot,” said coach Dan Read More…

High School Football: Green at Wadsworth

WADSWORTH — With its offense struggling for most of the first half Friday, the Wadsworth football team put the game in the capable hands of Daniel Weinerman. The junior running back carried the Grizzlies to a 21-10 Suburban League victory over visiting Green. Weinerman ran the ball on 22 of Wadsworth’s 29 second-half plays for Read More…

High School Football: Cloverleaf at Copley

COPLEY TWP. — In order to gain momentum, sometimes you just need to catch a break. The Cloverleaf football team forced two Copley fumbles in the first half Friday, but couldn’t capitalize. The Indians recovered both of them, including a touchdown by Caleb Rutledge, and defeated the Colts 38-6 in a Suburban League game. “I Read More…

Heritage teacher, at least four others here, monitored for Ebola

MEDINA – Heritage Elementary School will be thoroughly cleaned because one of its teachers was in the same bridal shop in Tallmadge visited by Amber Joy Vinson, the 29-year-old Dallas nurse who was in the Akron last weekend before she was diagnosed with Ebola. The first-grade teacher, Betty Carlisle, a Medina County resident, is on Read More…