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Stepp files lawsuit against Medina Board of Education
"Without question, this is absolutely the last thing I ever wanted to see happen - but I was left with no other choice." Medina City School District superintendent Randy Stepp has made good on a threat to take the district to court, filing a lawsuit against the board of education and other district officials in federal court stemming from the ... (more)
Sun May 19, 2013
Medina County author luncheon set for June 15
Dan Ruminski, noted historian and storyteller, will be the featured speaker June 15 as the Medina County Historical Society hosts an author luncheon at the Medina Country Club, 5588 Wedgewood Road.
West Side and South Side Leader
Granger fiscal officer retiring in July
At the May 8 Granger Township Board of Trustees meeting, attendees expressed surprise and disappointment as Trustee John Ginley announced the retirement of Fiscal Officer Barbara Beach.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Daily Record
About children: Juvenile law updates
I have just gotten back from the Attorney General's annual Two Days in May conference.
The Medina Gazette
EX-NASCAR truck series driver pleads not guilty
Jack C. Smith, 43, of 1961 Granger Road, Granger Township, is charged with two counts of possessing weapons illegally, third-degree felonies, and receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony.
Towslee stomach flu outbreak could affect entire Brunswick district
Towslee Elementary School is closed today after several teachers and students called off sick with flu-like symptoms.
Fri May 17, 2013
Find some fashion, support the troops and get lots of baby advice:...
You made it: Another weekend. Now make it count by checking out some of these events around Medina and Brunswick: ROCK THE RUNWAY: Main Street Medina brings fashion to the Medina Community Theatre, 139 W. Liberty St., tonight with this lineup of fashion, jewelry and accessories from merchants in the city's historic district.
Medina Township plant sale benefits Weymouth Preservation Society
The Weymouth Preservation Society hosted its second annual Plant Sale and Boutique Fundraiser May 11 at the new Weymouth Community Center.
Jordan Sonnenblick visits Medina schools, detention center
The popular author of novels geared toward teenagers was guest of the Medina County District Library May 10, visiting with local teens at the Medina Performing Arts Center, Claggett and Root middle schools and the Medina County Juvenile Detention Center.
Wet weather can't put a damper on concrete canvas creativity in Brunswick
The annual Eco-Arts Chalk Festival at the Susan Hambley Nature Center was abuzz with people of all ages enjoying the chance to chalk all over the sidewalks and street despite cool, damp weather.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Medina Gazette
High-speed chase on rims leads to arrest
A Sharon Township man was arrested at the close of a high-speed chase after his car crashed off the road early Sunday.
Brunswick may be on the road to another levy
BRUNSWICK When city council met late last year at its 2013 goal setting session, road repairs topped the to-do list.
Traffic Report: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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Caller's concern about 'suspicious' person turn out to ...
WARRANT, COMMERCE: Police were called at about 7:10 p.m. May 7 after someone reported that a suspicious person was in a Volvo in the area.
Mon May 13, 2013
New at the Medina library
O n Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30 p.m., the Medina County District Library will host bestselling author Steve Berry, author of The King's Deception and other historical thrillers.
Waterloo to promote principal to superintendent
The Waterloo Schools board of eduction has chosen Matthew Montgomery, principal of Waterloo High School and Middle School, as its new district superintendent.
Medina County Health Department offering free Hepatitis C screening May 20
The Medina County Health Department will offer a free Hepatitis C screening clinic with test results on Monday, May 20, 2013, from 4:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at 4800 Ledgewood Drive in Medina.
Study says Medina County among best in seatbelt usage
According to the most recent data gathered by Miami University, Medina County is the only county within a 10-county survey that has achieved safety belt rates that range from 93.3 percent to a high of 98.8 percent.
Windfall School hosts annual Special Arts Program
Students with special needs in Medina County had the chance to experience a day of creativity and expression at the Way Out West Special Arts Program at Windfall School.
Traffic Report: Monday, May 13, 2013
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