Antonia M. Sweet, 85, of Medina, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on Friday, February 15, 2019. Antonia was born May 29, 1933, to Anthony and Frances Lozier in Youngstown. Antonia is survived by her sister, Margaret Lozier; children,
Kenneth Berl "KB" Kleckner, 70, passed away suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Medina on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Ken was born March 2, 1948, the eldest son of Berl and Lore Kleckner and grew up on the family farm near Lena, Illinois.
Norma Lesnak, 76, of Brunswick, passed away Friday, February 15, 2019 at Hospice of Medina County. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced in Tuesday's paper by The Carlson Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, 1642 Pearl Road,
Robert T. Yama, 75, passed away Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Beloved husband of 54 years to Bernadine (nee Andrassy) Yama; loving father of Michele Yama and Dawn Jankowski (Mike); dear grandfather of Rachael DeMaida (Chris), Rick Grabowski,
MEDINA — The snow outside did not dampen the spirits of those gathered to celebrate a rescheduled community worship service in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Sponsored by The Medina Ministerial Association, the service welcomed Medina
MEDINA TOWNSHIP — Michael and Lisa Reynolds first attended the Medina County Commissioners Ball four years ago. They haven’t missed one since. “The event supports causes we believe in,” said Lisa Reynolds, a sixth-grade
MEDINA — About 20 years ago in February, Steven and Rona Battles of Madison were looking for something fun to do on their wedding anniversary. They found the answer 70 miles to the southwest. “We read about the Medina Ice Festival in
Matt Tifft’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut Sunday at the Daytona 500 took a dramatic turn with only 10 laps left. The Hinckley Township native got caught up in a large collision on Turn 3 that began when Matt DiBenedetto’s No.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Among those trying to win the Daytona 500 this year are a Florida watermelon farmer, a short-track champion from New England, a television analyst and a 22-year-old whose career nearly was derailed by a brain tumor. The
Carsten Charles Sabathia, who, according to Baseball-Reference.com, has made over a quarter of a billion dollars in his chosen profession, announced Saturday that he is choosing to walk away from his chosen profession following the 2019 season.