2 hrs ago
Brunswick man injured, trapped in vehicle after police chase
A Brunswick man is in fair condition at MetroHealth Medical Center after he was injured when he led police on a chase and was struck by a Montville Township Service Department vehicle Thursday morning.
9 hrs ago
The Medina Gazette
Two charged with operating same vehicle while intoxicated
On Friday, Brunswick police arrested two city men, who were traveling in the same car, on OVI charges following a crash on Hickory Ridge Avenue.
13 hrs ago
The Medina Gazette
Brunswick police log for May 23
Wednesday, May 15 8:55 a.m. - Permaul Veria, 45, Cleveland, charged with a concealed carry violation and speeding in a school zone after he was stopped in the 3500 block of Center Road.
Wed May 22, 2013
95.5 The Fish
Love Worth Fighting For
Love Worth Fighting For Marriage Event Featuring Kirk Cameron and Special Muscial Guest Warren Barfield in Person.
Mon May 20, 2013
Brunswick: Norovirus outbreak closes city's elementary and middle schools all week
His mother, Carolyn Smilor, isn't taking any chances, after an outbreak of the highly-contagious norovirus, closed all Brunswick city elementary and middle schools for the rest of this week.
Brunswick: Norovirus outbreak shuts down local schools
"In order to stay cautious and put the health of our students first, and after consultation with the Medina Co.
Levy may be back on map; city will kick in trash cash: Brunswick in review
ROAD WORK: City leaders held an early discussion about another road levy try for the fall ballot.
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.
Bat in Brunswick home tests positive for rabies
A bat from an Alda Parkway home in the northeast part of Brunswick tested positive for rabies May 16, Medina County Health Department officials reported.
The Orchard House is blossoming in Brunswick
Erik Martinez, executive chef at The Orchard House, holds a full rack of baby-back ribs, left, and pan-roasted Atlantic salmon.
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.
Brunswick Eagles contest winners will wing their way to Nevada: Whit & Whimsey
I t really is nice to see all the activity on the corner of Route 303 and Marks Road with the opening of Discount Drug Mart.
Wed May 15, 2013
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.
Edwards Teacher Says Goodbye after Eventful Career
Sue Baca, Edwards Middle School sixth-grade teacher, is saying goodbye to students and staff as she prepares to head for retirement after 35 years of teaching.
St. Ambrose to dedicate memorial June 6th in memory of Brunswick Tragedy
In memory of the tragedy that struck Brunswick, OH June 3, 2012, St. Ambrose Parish will be unveiling a memorial in honor of the four teens that lost their life and to the Brunswick community.
Mon May 13, 2013
Squirrel Hollow resident spots boy toting gun: Strongsville Police Blotter
When a resident on Squirrel Hollow spotted a boy with what looked like a rifle, the resident called Strongsville police.
Sun May 12, 2013
Medina, Brunswick residents can meet and greet SOS animals at Avalon RV Center
Animal rescue group Save Ohio Strays will have a Meet and Greet of its animals May 13-19 at Avalon RV Center, 1604 Medina Road.
Sat May 11, 2013
Medina Hospice, theater team up to help Honored guests take flight
A combined effort of Hospice of Medina County and the newly reopened Medina Community Theater May 4 raised enough money to send at least two World War II veterans on a flight to the World War II memorial in Washington D.C. Lynee Bixler, communications coordinator for HMC said, "Our purpose was threefold.
Fri May 10, 2013
Blueberry Hill phase two leads off Brunswick summer road repair season
City officials have identified a number of road repair projects to begin this summer - though project funding remains a challenge.