September 3, 2015

Medina
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Event-goers get taste of Wadsworth eating spots

Residents eat at tables on Broad Street in downtown Wadsworth Wednesday night, during the 15th annual Taste of Wadsworth. (KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE)

Visitors and residents enjoyed the 15th Taste of Wadsworth Wednesday night. About 22 food vendors set up tents in the parking lot behind Valley Cafe at High and Broad streets.

Psychiatrist: Lodi man competent to stand trial in arson

Matthew Harris

A psychiatrist has determined a 48-year-old Lodi man charged with burning his mother’s home down earlier this year is competent to stand trial, according to court records. Dr. Michael Biscaro, a psychiatrist for Akron Psycho-Diagnostic Clinic, filed an opinion with Medina County Common Pleas Court last week. Biscaro said Matthew Harris was competent to stand Read More…

Medina reminds residents not feed deer as animals rattle city

A deer looks up from nibbling on grass at Spring Grove Cemetery in Medina. (GAZETTE FILE PHOTO)

The Ward 1 and 2 Medina City Council meeting Tuesday at Claggett Middle School was intended to give residents a summary of their capital projects and park improvements and to discuss their future plans. However, it turned into a discussion about deer overpopulation in the city — and it got quite heated, Ward 2 Councilman Read More…

Lorain County couple sues NEXUS pipeline project to protect property

A Lorain County couple filed a lawsuit against NEXUS Gas Transmission on Wednesday in an attempt to protect their property from what they’ve described as a rude and deceptive company. The lawsuit, filed in county Lorain County Common Pleas Court by George and Sandra Springer, seeks $300,000 in damages and a jury trial to determine Read More…