Nancy Johnson | The Gazette
The Medina family was struggling financially. With three children under the age of 10, all looking forward to Santa’s visit, the mother reached out to The Salvation Army for help.
Lt. Angie Smith, co-leader of The Salvation Army of Medina, remembers the mother’s reaction when she received a bag filled with Christmas …Read More
A divided vote over a city manager candidate on Monday night left Brunswick leaders scratching their heads over what their next move will be in filling the vacant position.
By a vote of 4-3, Council members rejected a motion to hire former Steubenville City Manager Cathy Davison as during a committee-of-the-whole meeting Monday. Under Council rules, …Read More
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MEDINA — Sports radio host Tony Rizzo entered a plea of not guilty Monday to a charge of domestic violence involving his wife, Catherine.
According to a Medina police report, Rizzo, the host of “The Really Big Show” on WKNR-AM, was arrested about 8:20 p.m. Friday at his home, …Read More
From Twitter and Facebook to Amazon and Google, the biggest names of the Internet are blasting a federal judge’s decision allowing an Arizona-based gossip website to be sued for defamation by a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader convicted of having sex with a teenager.
In court briefs recently filed in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals …Read More
WADSWORTH — A group of 101 Medina County children spent Saturday at Wal-Mart with police officers, spending $100 gift cards purchased through community donations.
The eighth-annual “Shop with a Cop” event made Christmas merry for the children, age 5 …Read More
MONTVILLE TWP. — Township trustees have agreed to give up some tax dollars in return for a Discount Drug Mart.
Township Trustee Sally Albrecht said the site of the proposed store is the southeast corner of state Route 3 and Lexington Ridge Drive, just south of the city of Medina.
Construction should begin in the spring, she …Read More
Most people in their 70s are retired. Sidney Louis Fleishman is an exception. At 75, …Read More
Older drivers involved in minor crashes are getting a chance to renew their skills through a court-sponsored program — and it might save them some bucks, too.
Medina Municipal Judge Dale Chase has entered into a partnership with the HANDS Foundation, a non-profit aiding senior citizens in Medina County. The foundation oversees Keeping Us Safe, a …Read More
A court-appointed guardian filed Friday to give up her power to make medical decisions for an Amish girl with cancer whose parents may have fled the area to avoid chemotherapy.
Maria Schimer tendered her resignation as “limited guardian” of 11-year-old Sarah Hershberger, of Homer Township, in Medina County Probate Court, attorney Clair Dickinson said.
“We don’t know …Read More
MEDINA — The city’s chief building inspector was placed on administrative leave last month for “alleged violations of the city’s sexual harassment policy,” according to his personnel file.
Steve Vogel’s file, provided by Mayor Dennis Hanwell’s office Friday after a public records request from The Gazette, includes a Nov. 20 letter notifying Vogel that he had …Read More