September 30, 2014

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Medina County park events spanning October 2014

Leaves are beginning to turn at the lake in the Medina County Park District's Letha House Park, 5800 Richman Road, Chatham Township. The Park is one of the stops on the Fall Foliage Tour, Oct. 11-12. DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE

The following is a list of Medina County Park District programs and activities for the month of October. All events are free unless otherwise noted. For more information or to register, visit www.medinacountyparks.com or call (330) 722-9364. Thursday, Oct. 2 • Your Woods, Water, and Wildlife Workshop, The Lodge at Allardale, 141 Remsen Road, Granger Township, Read More…

Road closing today: Substation Road in Brunswick Hills Twp.

Substation Road, between Sleepy Hollow and Laurel roads in Brunswick Hills Township, will be closed today for a culvert replacement. The road is expected to reopen Tuesday, according to the township service department. South Carpenter Road, between Sleepy Hollow Road and Twain Circle, will close Oct. 6 for two days while workers repair the pavement Read More…

This week’s Medina County police log (updated three times weekly)

Note: This page is updated every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Four men charged in July burglary Four Brunswick men are charged with first-degree felonies involving a July burglary at an apartment in the 4200 block of Beverly Hills Drive. On Saturday, Brunswick police arrested 20-year-old Jordan Cooper, of the 4000 block of Skyview Drive. Jamie Read More…

Brunswick, Brunswick Hills Twp. on team-up: ‘We have to work together’

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Three years after a tense bus ride highlighted divisions between Brunswick city and Brunswick Hills Township officials, representatives from the two groups came together Monday to renew talks on working together to improve economic development on Pearl Road. The infamous bus ride along Pearl Road was meant to bring the two sides together to find Read More…

Brunswick Hills Twp. trustees approve $900K to buy fire trucks

Brunswick Hills Township trustees have approved the purchase of two fire engines at a cost of $941,715. The two new Sutphen S6 Fire Engines, from Dublin, Ohio, will replace a 23-year-old Pierce engine that is out of service and a 13-year-old E-One ladder truck. The ladder truck will be sold and the Pierce engine will Read More…

Plan to be tested for speeding up fire rescues in Brunswick Hills Twp.

Brunswick Hills Township is giving a test run to a plan that allows one firefighter or paramedic to take a first-responder vehicle home in the hope of increasing response times to emergencies between midnight and 7 a.m. The plan became effective Monday night. In the three runs already completed during overnight hours this week, response Read More…

Brunswick Hills Police: Suspect flees traffic stop, warrant issued

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Brunswick Hills Police have issued a photo of a Cleveland man wanted on a warrant charging him with theft, burglary, improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle and obstructing justice. Police said Chaise Range, 18, of Cleveland fled from officers during a traffic stop last week in Heatherwood Lakes Apartments. According to Police Chief Read More…

Two townships plan to upgrade fire departments

Officials in Hinckley and Brunswick Hills townships plan to upgrade their fire departments to meet the needs of their growing communities. Hinckley trustees have approved work on a new fire station on Ridge Road (state Route 94), about a quarter-mile south of the station at state Routes 94 and 303. Work on the $1.5 million Read More…