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
ELYRIA — Registration is under way for summer classes at Lorain County Community College.
Spots are available for courses that begin on or after May 28, according to the college. Courses are available in biology, English, business and many other subjects. A full list of available courses can be found at www.lorainccc.edu.
Academic advisers will be available …Read More
This weekend, members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 202 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Unit will sell crepe-paper poppies at various locations around Medina.
The funds collected will be used to help veterans’ families at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
“None of the money leaves the community,” said Patti Randolph, president of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit …Read More
Nicole Hadler and Trevor Dahl received their …Read More
Friday, May 10
12:30 a.m. — Nathan Bridges, 42, and Michelle Eiland, 26, both of Detroit, charged during a routine traffic stop with possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia and having an open container of alcohol.
9:02 a.m. — Making Waves, 670 High St., $100 reported stolen.
11:40 a.m. — An Ault Street resident reported a missing …Read More
In a secret vote, the Rural Lorain County Water Authority board voted 17 to 9 Wednesday night to remove Pittsfield Township representative Mark McConnell after four other board members brought charges that McConnell had tried to get some members removed from the board.
McConnell, who remains a Pittsfield Township trustee, said afterward he was proud of …Read More
Almost 36 years ago, Lodi police Capt. Carl “Smokey” Summers was killed in the line of duty at age 30.
On Sunday, the community will gather to honor him and to raise money for a memorial in Lodi’s Central Park.
Plans are under way to preserve the World War II memories of Medina County residents. The Medina Library has hosted a World War II roundtable once a month since 2007, and about 30 of the sessions were captured on video recordings.
“The World War II Roundtable brings more people than any regular program we have at …Read More
CLEVELAND — Thirteen city firefighters indicted for theft in office are accused of improperly paying co-workers to cover their assigned shifts while they continued to receive salaries and benefits, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty announced Wednesday.
An audit and a special investigation determined the firefighters each failed to work 2,000 hours or more of their scheduled …Read More
Saturday, May 4
Noon — 2800 block Benjamin Drive, roofing materials valued at $180 reported stolen from a construction site.
Thursday, May 9
1:30 a.m. — Martin L. Fallon, 29, 6975 Countyview Drive, Liverpool Township, served with warrants from Strongsville charging him with theft and failure to appear after he was stopped by police near Elm Avenue …Read More