July 1, 2016

Medina
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Sustainable Medina County presents charter petition

Editor’s note: This story has been corrected from a previous version When Michele Zelazny moved to Hinckley Township 30 years ago, it was because she wanted to raise a family in a spacious, natural setting. “I loved the rural nature of Medina County,” Zelazny said. Zelazny and a small group from Sustainable Medina County submitted Read More…

$1 million in repairs sought for Wadsworth Municipal Airport

Wadsworth Council and the Wadsworth Municipal Airport manager are working together in hopes of resurfacing the main runway by the end of the year, a move that could help bring tourism to the area. “We have been making some repairs to it over the last two years to keep the condition up,” said Robert Patrick, Read More…

Miniature version of Vietnam Wall comes to Medina High School

A reported 58,479 soldiers died in the Vietnam War. All were represented on the Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall that has arrived at Medina High School. Ron Ross, a retired Medina police sergeant and a member of the Board of Education of the Medina City Schools, finished his 120-mile run from the Ohio Statehouse back home Read More…

UPDATED: Homemade curtain, blanket could help crack Amy Mihaljevic case

BAY VILLAGE — Investigators believe a homemade curtain and a store-bought blanket may be key pieces of evidence to help crack the case of the kidnapping and slaying of Amy Mihaljevic in 1989. Former FBI Agent Phil Torsney said during a news conference Thursday morning that the two items were found about 1,000 feet from Read More…

Cavs’ Thompson signs autographs at Summit Mall Macy’s

FAIRLAWN — Cleveland Cavaliers star forward Tristan Thompson was greeted by 200 fans in person at the Macy’s department store in Summit Mall on Thursday night. Thompson made the appearance in Fairlawn at 6 p.m. A crowd estimated at another 100 came with the shoppers to see Thompson in person. Under the Macy’s promotion, the Read More…

LeBron James enjoys hero’s homecoming in Akron

LeBron James wanted to share the love with his hometown. One day after an estimated 1.3 million people attended a lovefest for the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers in downtown Cleveland, The Akron native had a celebration of his own in his hometown. An estimated 11,000 packed in and around Lock 3 on Thursday. Fire marshals Read More…