LIVERPOOL TWP. — A Parma man faces eight felony counts in connection with a rash of New Year’s Eve burglaries in the area of Columbia and Neff roads.
Kyle E. Roberts, 22, is charged with three counts of breaking and entering and one count of theft, fifth-degree felonies; two counts of theft (firearm), a third-degree felony; …Read More
A family is keeping the tradition of making maple syrup alive on its township farm and it may break its own record this year.
Tom Indoe said maple syrup has been produced at his family’s farm on Richman Road in Harrisville Township since about 1940. Indoe’s grandfather Kenneth Indoe, a former Medina County commissioner, helped to …Read More
MEDINA — The Medina Board of Education will meet today and tomorrow to conduct interviews for the seat on the board left vacant by the retirement of Dr. Robert Wilder.
The board has 17 applicants and will conduct private interviews with each starting at 5:30 p.m. today in the conference room at 140 W. Washington St., …Read More
LAFAYETTE TWP. — Township trustees are expected to vote on a possible Joint Economic Development District with the city of Medina at a 10 a.m. special meeting today, officials said.
Trustee Lynda Bowers said there’s been discussion for years about a potential JEDD, which would apply Medina’s 1.25 percent income tax to township businesses in exchange …Read More
MEDINA — A New York state resident who drove more than 200 miles to Medina on Thursday for his arraignment in Medina County Common Pleas Court was told to return in two weeks because he disrespected the judge.
Michael S. Walker, 34, of Cheektowaga, N.Y., is accused of possessing more than 1,200 untaxed cigarettes, a fourth-degree …Read More
The North Ridgeville man caught carrying a loaded handgun and four knives into a Westlake movie theater last year was sentenced Thursday in Cuyahoga Common Pleas Court to six months in prison.
Scott A. Smith, 38, pleaded guilty last month to two counts of carrying concealed weapons. He refused to plead out to having weapons under …Read More
Friday, March 15
6:28 p.m. — Walmart, 222 E. Smokerise Drive, theft committed by a juvenile employee reported.
6:54 p.m. — Target, 1183 Williams Reserve Blvd., report taken on three boys smashing a gallon of milk on the floor.
Saturday, March 16
1:43 a.m. — 100 block E. Walnut St., windshield reported smashed.
2:31 a.m. — Brandon L. Davis, …Read More
Medina County is the fourth healthiest county in Ohio, according to a new study.
The study, released Wednesday, was done by the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin.
The study ranked Ohio’s 88 counties by comparing deaths, illness, smoking, drinking, education, unemployment, physical environment and a variety of other factors.
Medina only trailed Geauga, Putnam …Read More
Brazilian jiu-jitsu is not just a martial art, it’s also a competitive sport and means of self-defense.
“It’s definitely the most effective form of self-defense,” said Dustin Ware, director of the American Grappling Challenge, which is bringing a tournament to Medina for the third time this Saturday.
The tournament being held …Read More
MEDINA — Councilman Bill Lamb, at-large, wants to become a Republican again.
Lamb said Thursday night he has the paperwork from the Medina County Board of Elections to change his party affiliation.
It’s not the first time the councilman has crossed party lines.
Lamb was a Republican in 1983 when he ran for mayor of Medina …Read More