June 27, 2016

Medina
Partly sunny
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Many Guilford Twp. residents don’t want NEXUS as neighbor

When Sheila and Stephen Gambaccini moved to Guilford Township from Wadsworth last September, they hoped to find a quiet, family-oriented neighborhood where their three children, ages 10, 8 and 6, could play outside. So far the Guilford Farms neighborhood off Blake Road has fit the bill, but the Gambaccini’s are starting to question for how Read More…

Alternate delegate from Medina County writing RNC blog

Keeping track of the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries was a “rollercoaster,” Medina Municipal Court Clerk Nancy Abbott said. This year, for the first time, she won’t be watching from the sidelines as the party chooses its presidential nominee during its national convention in Cleveland July 18 to 21. As an alternate delegate pledged to Read More…

Liverpool Township church enjoys new pipe organ

Martin Luther once said, “Beautiful music is the art of the prophets that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us.” Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2233 Abbeyville Road, Liverpool Township, recently purchased a custom-made, hand-crafted pipe organ from Schantz Organ Co. for Read More…

North Carpenter Road overhaul in the works

The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency has approved a plan to reconstruct North Carpenter Road between state Route 303 and Boston Road. NOACA approved financing through the Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Port Authority’s Infrastructure Financing Program for the Brunswick plan and four other Transportation Improvement Program projects totaling $60.1 million NOACA’s share is $44,537,946. The North Carpenter Read More…

The Moving Wall brings Vietnam veterans home

Mike Jacobson had a message for people who visited The Moving Wall, a replica of the Washington, D.C.-based Vietnam War Memorial, which was on display for the final day Sunday at Medina High School. Jacobson, 68, told people: “Don’t be surprised if you’re standing next to someone and you hear them say, ‘Welcome home, brother.’ Read More…

300 parishioners assist community

Shalyn Ohnhaus, 8, paused to wipe her forehead. She didn’t stop long, though, before she plunged in for another scoop from the large mulch pile at Camp Paradise, the Montville Township camp for disabled adults. It was hot and grubby work for the St. Francis Xavier School second-grader. But she and her 6-year-old sister, Sereniti, Read More…

Confessed killer pleads guilty to other charges

LaReece KeSean “Wally” Woods’ defense attorney said his client is willing to accept all the consequences of his “unimaginable crimes.” Akron attorney Adam VanHo said Woods pleaded guilty to all the charges against him, including the Jan. 7 murder of his estranged wife, to get on with his life and start his prison sentence. “This Read More…

Miniature version of Vietnam Wall comes to Medina High School

A reported 58,479 soldiers died in the Vietnam War. All were represented on the Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall that has arrived at Medina High School. Ron Ross, a retired Medina police sergeant and a member of the Board of Education of the Medina City Schools, finished his 120-mile run from the Ohio Statehouse back home Read More…

Cleveland, ACLU reach settlement in rules over RNC protests

CLEVELAND — A federal judge says Cleveland and a civil rights organization have reached a settlement in a lawsuit over the city’s rules governing protests and marches during the upcoming Republican National Convention. A judge on Thursday had ruled the city’s protest regulations would unconstitutionally infringe on people’s right to freedom of expression. He ordered Read More…

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10 things to know, Friday, June 24

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. British politics in chaos as UK votes to exit EU The vote to leave the European Union, after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, shatters the stability of a project in continental unity designed half a century ago Read More…