Mary Alice Homewood, 73, of Medina, passed away Monday, Oct. 27, 2008.
She was retired from Ohio Bell/AT&T and enjoyed genealogy, scrapbooking and needlework.
She leaves behind her loving family, Lynn and Peter Houghtaling, Laverne Timms; many nieces and nephews, especially Marshall and Marie; and her beloved nephew whom she was the caregiver of for 47 years, …Read More
Incorrect information appeared in an article titled â€œThree Fires in One Nightâ€ in the Sept. 17 Gazette. A fire investigator hired by the insurance company of the homeowners at 7140 Wadsworth Road, Montville Township, determined the fire in the house most likely was caused by a lit candle.
A Forestry Field Day for the public will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Glen Hoerger Family Farm, 2251 Reimer Road, Wadsworth Township. The event is sponsored by the Medina County Soil and Water Conservation District, Medina County Farm Bureau and the ODNR Division of Forestry. Incorrect information …Read More
A May 16 story incorrectly listed the phone number for the Brunswick Food Pantry. The pantryâ€™s phone number is 330-225-4966.
The correct name of one of the people interviewed in the Children of the 1940s article in the May 13 Accent is Judith SchÃ¼tz. In addition, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared war on Dec. 8, 1941.
A story in Saturdayâ€™s Gazette on Sen. George Voinovichâ€™s visit to Medina incorrectly quoted Bill Hanigan of the Medina County Workforce Development Center as saying Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funds could not be applied to unemployed workers in Medina County.
A Jan. 23 story about Main Street Medinaâ€™s economic restructuring committeeâ€™s survey said the least frequented stores in Medina were Whiteyâ€™s Army & Navy Store, CVS Pharmacy, Pat Catanâ€™s and PetSmart. The stores were not the least frequented, but instead appeared at the bottom of the list of the 25 most frequented stores in the …Read More
The Highland Library is located at 4160 Ridge Road in Granger Township. Incorrect information appeared in a Quick Look box in Thursdayâ€™s Gazette.
The first name of Medina Municipal Court bailiff Bill Saus, who nominated Sgt. Donald Boone of the Medina County Sheriffâ€™s Office for an award, was incorrect in Thursdayâ€™s Gazette.
Doris Wilson was incorrectly identified as Doris West in the Children of the Decades 1920s story in Tuesdayâ€™s Accent section of The Gazette.
A Feb. 20 photo caption accompanying the story, â€œQuilters keep tradition alive,â€ listed an incorrect charitable donation. A quilt made by Edna Landis of Wadsworth Township brought $7,200 at auction in Kidron several years ago, and money from the sale was donated to the Mennonite Relief organization.