In a quiet neighborhood in Wadsworth, Marian's Closet is a place where children get clothing to keep up with new fashions at school. And adults who might have just landed a job can find items to wear to work. Needs are met - and the clothing is free.
Hundreds of shoppers stood outside for the grand opening of Wadsworth's first Aldi store on Thursday morning, with the first 100 receiving "golden tickets," or store gift cards of varying values. A winding line of customers waited to enter the grocery store.
Power wheelchairs banged into each other amid cheering from the stands and laughter among the players in a recent fundraising event at Cloverleaf High School that pitted Team Force against U.S. marshals. The marshals were no match for the Force. The final score was Team Force 13, marshals, 0.
The defense attorney in James Tench's murder trial asked jurors Tuesday to keep in mind that Tench is a "flawed character," but not a killer. "Mr. Tench was trying to turn his life around," Kerry O'Brien told the jury in his closing arguments.
The capital murder trial of James Tench, the Brunswick man accused of killing his mother in 2013, entered its fourth week with Tench taking the witness stand. Tench, 30, is charged with aggravated murder, murder, aggravated robbery and evidence tampering in the Nov. 13, 2013, death of Mary Tench, 55.
On the day after the Ohio primary election, Medina County Board of Elections Director Carol Lawler looked back on it as being "unusual." She said the election, which will be certified April 5, included a slate of candidates who have been prominent in the news, holding voters' interest.
Hundreds of piles of donated clothing, toys, groceries and other items that filled the St. Ambrose Parish gymnasium this week have been organized and stored, the Rev. Robert Stec said Wednesday.
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Selecting a term
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