September 19, 2014

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Demolition Derby results

2011 Medina County Fair 1980’s Or Newer Demolition Derby Winners Heat #1 Feature 1st Place- Nathan Owens 1st Place- Nathan Owens 2nd Place- John Norton 2nd Place- Dan Thomas 3rd Place- Brent Cherry 3rd Place- Chad Diar 4th Place- Scott Keeling 4th Place- Chuck Plue Heat #2 1st Place- Cameron Lewis 2nd Place- Tim Willham Read More…

Rough Truck results

Rough Truck Results Modified Class Time Truck Number 1. Ray Scoles 30.76 M1 2. Dan Shaw 34.43 M5 3. Matt Sparks 35.99 M3 4. Tim Nelson 39.63 M7 5. Rob Sapp 40.51 M2 Stock Class Time Truck Number 1. Adam Kisilewicz 35.35 S40 2. Tim Sapp 37.19 S39 3. John Yoder 38.13 S47 4. David Read More…

Local police go to New York to perform at 9/11 memorial events

Medina police Detective Don Searle, left, and Brunswick police officer Scott Stewart are members of the Cleveland Police Pipes and Drums band. They will travel to New York City with the band for the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY JENNIFER PIGNOLET)

BRUNSWICK — As members of the Cleveland Police Pipes and Drums band, which plays at funerals for fallen soldiers and law enforcement officers, Medina Detective Don Searle and Brunswick Officer Scott Stewart have seen plenty of sadness. But with that sadness, they said, comes a sense of camaraderie with fellow officers and duty for those Read More…

9/11: Wadsworth helps after twin towers fell

From left, Maj. Debbie Grace, volunteer Bob Simmons and Maj. Tom Grace pose in front of the Wadsworth Salvation Army’s sign on College Street. The three were in New York City following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY STEVE GRAZIER)

WADSWORTH — The city was front and center in lending a hand just days after the New York City attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Salvation Army majors Tom and Debbie Grace and volunteer Bill Simmons spent part of early October 2001 in New York assisting with food and beverage distributions. Tom Grace also provided spiritual Read More…

Circuit breaker causes power outages in Medina

MEDINA — A problem with a circuit breaker at an Ohio Edison substation caused widespread power outages, temporarily closing businesses and clogging traffic on state Route 42 in Medina, officials said. Eleven thousand customers likely were affected by the outages throughout the day, Ohio Edison spokesman Mark Durbin said. Durbin said a wire at Fenn Read More…

Election results

NOV. 3, 2009 ELECTION SUMMARY MEDINA COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION UNOFFICIAL RESULTS 151 PRECINCTS BRUNSWICK CITY CITY MAYOR (VOTE FOR ONE) DALE S. STRASSER 3951 44.4 GARY F. WERNER 4951 55.6 COUNCIL AT LARGE (VOTE FOR THREE) RON FALCONI 4668 22.1 PATRICIA HANEK 4450 21.0 PATRICK McNAMARA 4742 22.4 BRIAN K. OUSLEY 3801 18.0 JOE SALZGEBER Read More…