Full text of lawsuit complaint
Press release issued by Stepp’s attorneys
Kiera Manion-Fischer and David Knox
Medina City Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp has filed a federal lawsuit charging school board members and other district officials with breach of contract, defamation and invasion of privacy.
The suit was filed Friday in U.S. District Court, Northern District, in Cleveland.
Named as defendants …Read More
Can we agree on this? Americans still think alike much of the time, even if our politicians don’t. To get heads nodding, just say something worrisome about the economy or dismissive of Washington. Almost all Americans consider themselves very patriotic, believe in God, value higher education and admire those who get rich through hard work.
Not …Read More
MEDINA — More than three dozen volunteers showed up Saturday to plant a garden that will supply vegetables to help Medina County residents in need.
“We wanted to give back and say thank you,” said Kellie Tester, of Litchfield Township.
BRUNSWICK — Council members are looking to send a message to state lawmakers, setting up the potential for another battle with Brunswick business leaders.
At tonight’s meeting, Council is expected to hear a resolution that would formally oppose “right-to-work” laws and the “workplace freedom amendment” on behalf of working families and the economy of the city …Read More
MEDINA — An African children’s choir will perform Thursday in downtown Medina.
The Watoto Children’s Choir, from Uganda, is touring the U.S. for six months, and will perform 7 p.m. at the Delorre & LilyJean Haddad Theater in the Medina County Administration Building, 144 N. Broadway St.
The choir’s children serve as ambassadors to raise awareness about …Read More
BRUNSWICK – The city …Read More
AKRON — A University of Akron football player accused of robbing a Brunswick tobacco pipe store at gunpoint has been suspended from the team.
Seth Cunningham, 21, of 3175 Central Park Lane, Montville Township, was charged with aggravated robbery.
He was arrested Monday morning by Brunswick police and was released from the Medina County Jail after …Read More
MEDINA — A former NASCAR truck series driver pleaded not guilty Thursday to stealing weapons while on probation.
Jack C. Smith, 43, of 1961 Granger Road, Granger Township, is charged with two counts of possessing weapons illegally, third-degree felonies, and receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony.
If convicted, he could face up to seven years in …Read More
Heath experts say Brunswick Schools officials did the right thing in closing Towslee Elementary School for a thorough cleaning after an outbreak of food poisoning earlier this week.
School officials said between 20 and 25 students and staff became sick this week after students brought food to school for Teacher Appreciation Week.
On Wednesday, the Medina County …Read More