September 19, 2014

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Week 4 Medina County High School Football Scores

"Wadsworth's Medina's during the  quarter. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)"

It’s Week 4 of high school football, and we’ve got you covered for Medina County scores. If you’re interested in Lorain County scores, head over to our sister paper, The Chronicle-Telegram. We’ll keep this page updated with scores as we get them. Do you have a score update that we haven’t posted yet? Post it Read More…

High school football: Hudson, Brunswick ready for NOC Valley opener


Buy a ticket early, hit the concession stand and settle in. This will be worth the price of admission. Not many Week 4 games come with this much hoopla: Undefeated Hudson against undefeated Brunswick tonight in the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division opener. If The Associated Press Division I state poll is to be believed, Read More…

Cloverleaf ‘lunch lady’ makes cost-effective, high-quality lunches


Carrie Beegle is taking the quality of food at Cloverleaf Schools up a notch while saving money. Beegle has instituted culinary chef uniforms for staff and improved the quality of food while becoming self-sufficient financially. Despite her accomplishments, she’s often simply referred to as “the lunch lady.” Beegle, Cloverleaf’s food service director, has imposed a Read More…

Woman gets three years in prison for Medina teen’s fatal overdose


An opiate-addicted war veteran was sentenced Thursday morning to three years in prison for supplying the heroin that killed a Medina teenager last year. Heather Graham, 31, was found guilty Aug. 5 of corrupting a minor with drugs and complicity and conspiracy to traffic heroin, second- and fifth-degree felonies. She could have received up to Read More…

Medina businesses work around South Court Street three-week repairs


Before Betsy Jennie, owner of Perfectly Charming, opened her souvenir shop Wednesday morning, she carried a bright orange sign to the corner of South Court and West Washington streets. It read “ROAD CONSTRUCTION SALE AT PERFECTLY CHARMING.” Jennie, along with the owners of 21 other businesses in the 200 block of South Court Street, are Read More…

Census: Median income rising in Medina County as poverty rate declines


Household incomes rose in Medina County last year for the second year in a row since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, the Census Bureau reported today. The county’s median household income rose to $66,078 last year, an increase of about $450 from 2012, adjusted for inflation, according to the 2013 American Community Read More…

Former Medina General co-workers get together to share a meal


A lunchtime get-together of old friends that started 22 years ago has turned into an annual event pulling together more than 175 former employees of Medina General Hospital. “We just wanted to get together, but each year we’d invite more people. We just kept growing, outgrowing our location each year,” said Phyllis Harrison, a retired Read More…