Area farmers markets are gearing up for a new season. Both Medina and Seville host their first markets of the season today.
Medina’s Public Square will host the Medina County Farmers’ market 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market will be open every Saturday through Oct. 26.
Organizers say this year’s market will have more than 70 …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The Medina County OVI Task Force announced Friday there will be a sobriety checkpoint Saturday in Brunswick.
The specific location will be announced Saturday morning.
The checkpoint will be funded by federal grants and is planned to deter and intercept drunken or impaired drivers.
“OVI checkpoints are designed to not only deter impaired …Read More
Thursday, May 16
1:52 p.m. — 1st block Park Center Blvd., weapon found and reported to police.
Friday, May 17
4:38 p.m. — Erica T. Barton-Muth, 27, 515½ Main St., Wadsworth, arrested and charged with theft in 1100 block Williams Reserve Blvd.
5:25 p.m. — 200 block Park Center Blvd., theft from a motor vehicle reported.
9:27 p.m. — …Read More
Wednesday, May 15
8:55 a.m. — Permaul Veria, 45, Cleveland, charged with a concealed carry violation and speeding in a school zone after he was stopped in the 3500 block of Center Road. According to the police report, Veria did not inform officers he had a concealed carry permit or that he was carrying a …Read More
BRUNSWICK — On Friday, Brunswick police arrested two city men, who were traveling in the same car, on OVI charges following a crash on Hickory Ridge Avenue.
Police said Robby M. Smoot, 33, of 1290 Pearl Road, Apt. 70, was driving a red Pontiac when he struck another vehicle from behind at 10:46 p.m. Friday.
Witnesses said …Read More
Click here to view the statements on Randy Stepp’s board-issued credit card
MEDINA — The Medina school board has asked the state auditor to broaden the examination of district spending controlled by Superintendent Randy Stepp.
But it’s unclear what board members might be looking for.
On Monday, the board amended the agreement authorizing a …Read More
Staff and wire reports
COLUMBUS — Storefront sweepstakes parlors appear on their way out in Ohio after state lawmakers delivered a one-two punch Wednesday to effectively ban the businesses statewide and block new startups until the ban takes hold.
The Ohio House and Senate played a part with passage of a pair of bills, defying opponents who …Read More
WADSWORTH — The car stolen from a Wadsworth woman on Mother’s Day has been recovered.
The suspect in the carjacking, Antoine D. Petty, 22, of Fairlawn, had his case bound over Wednesday from Wadsworth Municipal Court to a county grand jury.
The grand jury will report Friday whether Petty was indicted on a …Read More
MEDINA — The Medina County chapter of the American Red Cross said local residents are stepping up to help those affected by the tornadoes in Oklahoma on Sunday and Monday.
A few residents have stopped by the office with checks to help those who lost their homes in Oklahoma, said Beth Kilchenman, executive director of the …Read More