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
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
The speed limit on most of Interstate 71 in Medina County is getting hiked to 70 mph. The Ohio Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that 570 miles of interstate got the green light for higher speeds.
The new limits, effective July 1, follow passage of House Bill 51 — the state’s transportation budget bill — which …Read More
Those two extremely happy guys ESPN showed standing up and celebrating behind Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert after Cleveland won the NBA draft …Read More
BRUNSWICK — Brunswick High School is the latest victim of the outbreak of norovirus that struck the city’s schools last week.
On Tuesday, school officials announced the high school would be closed for remainder of the week to prevent the spread of norovirus, which is highly contagious and can be transmitted through close contact with infected …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The sequester — the much publicized imposition of across-the-board budget cuts in federal spending — isn’t bad news for everyone.
Brunswick Schools officials say the cuts likely will save the district some money by allowing it to reissue $15.4 million in bonds at a lower interest rate.
Brunswick Schools borrowed the money for it $24 …Read More
Medina County’s labor force — the number of people with jobs or looking for work — rose last month for the first time since January.
The county’s labor force totaled 93,600 in April — 200 more than reported in March, according to data released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Despite the increase, …Read More
A produce auction house built by the Amish earlier this month won’t open for business until the Homer Township Board of Zoning Appeals rules on a challenge to the project.
The decision is expected at the board’s May 30 meeting.
Several hundred Amish men built the 28,000-square-foot building at Jeffery Road and state Route 301 over the …Read More