October 21, 2014

Medina
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Brunswick High School’s roof to be fixed after hail storm, tornado

BRUNSWICK — Three sections of Brunswick High School’s roof will be repaired before winter arrives. The school board Monday night approved a bid of $655,119 from Strongsville-based Professional Roofing Services. The roof was damaged during a hail storm and tornado that struck the city in June. “We were advised it would be better to get Read More…

Attorney for accused arsonist urges judge to end woman’s house arrest

Carol Gross

A Wadsworth woman charged with trying to kill her elderly father-in-law in a fire in 2012 has asked a judge to remove her from house arrest, a condition of her bond. Carol M. Gross, 45, posted a property bond last October, when her mother used her home as collateral. As a condition of bond, Gross Read More…

Gazette reporter runs from zombies for Project: LEARN 5K fundraiser

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I was trying to keep a good pace as I approached the forest edge. I’d already encountered three or so groups of the undead, and I entered the safe zone thinking I was already a goner. I peeked over my shoulder to find my flags missing, stolen by the first waves of zombies as I Read More…

Meadows Turkey Bowl to benefit Medina Twp. family

Peter Radke

After Peter Radke, of Medina Township, died this summer while trying to save a 16-year-old girl from drowning in Lake Erie, the community rallied around his family. Now the sponsors of the Meadows Turkey Bowl will be pitching in to help the family this Thanksgiving. “We want to raise as much as we can to Read More…

Medina woman recovering after crash that killed passenger

A woman is recovering who was seriously injured in a car crash Friday afternoon that killed one and injured others. Teresa Green, 40, of Medina, was transported to MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland with serious injuries. Her passenger, Tara Green, 21, of Burbank, also was transported there and died of her injuries. A nursing supervisor Read More…

Passenger dies in multiple-vehicle crash in Lafayette Township

A passenger died Friday afternoon after a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 42 near mile post 14 in Lafayette Township, Highway Patrol officials said. Tara Green, 21, of Burbank, died at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, where she was transported after the wreck. The patrol said Noah T. Silcox, 20, of Westfield Center, was driving a Read More…

Sexually explicit photos shared by Highland students?

Medina County sheriff’s deputies are investigating allegations that a group of Highland High School students shared sexually explicit digital photos. Sheriff Tom Miller said the investigation began Oct. 10, that both boys and girls were being questioned, and that several students were subjects in the photos. “It’s an ongoing investigation,” he said. Miller said it’s Read More…

Residents vacate Bronson Street ‘nuisance house’

Dan Gladish, chief building official for Medina, boards up windows at 416 Bronson St. KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE

MEDINA – A house on Bronson Street that police say attracted criminals will lie vacant for a year after a judge ordered the house padlocked and evicted the occupants. City officials sued the occupant, convicted drug dealer David Reed, and the homeowner, Reed’s brother, Edward Scott Reed, in March after a woman said she’d been Read More…

Charges filed against Montville Twp. police sergeant in death of K-9

Sgt. Brett Harrison with his K-9, Beny. (PHOTO PROVIDED)

A Montville Township police sergeant is facing misdemeanor animal cruelty charges after his K-9 police dog died of heatstroke while left in a cruiser for four hours on a hot day. Sharon Township attorney Jeff Holland, who works on animal cruelty cases for the Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, said Read More…

Heating aid available to Medina County residents

Medina County residents can start signing up Monday for heating assistance through the Winter Crisis Program. Community Action Wayne/ Medina will assist residents below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines and have been threatened with disconnection from utility companies. The program allows for a one-time payment that varies depending on the home’s heating system. Read More…