The motocross quads at the Medina County Fair will be Thursday, Aug. 2, at 7 p.m. A photo caption on Page C3 of Wednesdayâ€™s Gazette contained incorrect information.
It was incorrectly reported in Tuesdayâ€™s Gazette that Indians second baseman Josh Barfield would sign autographs at the Giant Eagle in Brunswick on Thursday. Barfield appeared on Tuesday.Â The information on outfielder Jason Michaels was correct and he is still scheduled to appear at the Strongsville store adjacent to Southpark Mall from 11:30 a.m. to …Read More
Army Lt. Jason Lambright is employed by J&L Laboratories Inc. of Wadsworth. His name was misspelled in Tuesdayâ€™s Accent section.
The partnership among the city of Medina, and Medina and Montville townships for emergency medical and ambulance service started in 1976 and is 31 years old. …Read More
FAMILY FIRST COUNCIL â€” Medina County Family First Council will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 24, at the Lodi Resource Center, 119 Bank St. The family advisory committee will meet at 11.
RECALL â€” Castleberryâ€™s Food Co. is recalling the following products because they may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium that can cause botulism: Castleberryâ€™s Hot Dog Chili Sauce, 10-ounce can (UPC 3030000101); Austex Hot Dog Chili Sauce, 10-ounce can (1111083942); Morton House Corned Beef Hash, 15-ounce can (7526665830); Cattle Drive Chili With Beans, 15-ounce …Read More
The story about Air 1 Radio (“Good News for Local Radio Station”), originally published July 14 on the religion page, was incorrectly credited on The Gazette Web site. Tony Myles wrote the story about the station now broadcasting out of Hinckley Township.
An article published July 14, “What goes up, must come …,” incorrectly identified the crew who rescued two teens stranded at Whipp’s Ledges at the Cleveland Metroparks Hinckley Reservation on July 8. The Hinckley fire department’s technical rescue unit rescued the teenagers from the ledges.
In Tuesdayâ€™s Social Scene, Mary Lou Lutschâ€™s name was misspelled. An incorrect spelling was provided to The Gazette.
In the Gazette All-Sports Cup graphic that appeared in Tuesdayâ€™s Gazette, Buckeyeâ€™s boys basketball team errorneously was given 6.5 points. It should have read 7.25 because the Bucks tied with Wellington for the Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division title. Buckeyeâ€™s overall average changes to 6.37 from 6.33.
Danielle N. Remington, of Harrisville Township, not Homer Township, was named to the spring semester dean’s list at Wittenberg University. Incorrect information was provided to The Gazette and listed in Saturday’s edition.