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Because of it's close proximity to Cleveland and Akron, Medina is a satellite suburb to both cities. It continously make sthe list of the top 50 desirable places to live.
Local Newspapers: Medina County Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Indians
Local Colleges: University of Akron : Medina County University Center
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County Historical Society reminisces, looks ahead to bicenentennial year
As 2017 came to an end, the Medina County Historical Society celebrated with members and guests and began looking forward to 2018 as the city of Medina and Medina County celebrate their bicentennials. "We received additional GAR medals and ribbons from the family of Lorenzo Vanderhoef, a local soldier born in Homerville and wounded in the battle of Antietam," Feron said.Medina Bicentennial Committee gears up for busy 2018
Medina doesn't officially celebrate its 200th birthday until next Nov. 30. But the city is planning a non-stop party for all of 2018 anyway. The Bicentennial Committee kicked things off with a sparkling juice toast during the Candlelight Walk in November and has been busy planning events and activities to honor the community's past, present and future.Medina Municipal Court Judge Dale Chase gets City Council send-off as he begins his retirement
Medina City Council members bid a fond farewell to longtime Medina Municipal Court Judge Dale Chase at their end-of-the-year meeting last night. Chase, who has served the court since his initial election in 1988, is retiring.Medina's JT's Barbecue makes transition from food truck to buffet restaurant
For the past five years, the Hackley family has been bringing its signature JT's Barbecue meats and side dishes to the community via its food truck. Now, the family invites the community to come to its new buffet-style restaurant at 930 W. Liberty St., on the western outskirts of town.Little Nibble hopes to have big impact on Medina shopping district
Melissa Ziogas is hoping that a Nibble will turn into a big bite of business in her newest store in the city's historic district. Ziogas, owner of The Raspberry & The Rose at 241 S. Court St., has returned to her shopkeeper roots by opening the specialty food and gift store Nibble at 102 W. Washington St. The tiny, two-story store was the original home of The Raspberry & The Rose, which she opened in the spring of 2013.Medina schools news: Teacher Terri Searle honored
Medina High School physical education teacher Terri Searle was recently awarded the Medina City School District 's Distinguished Service Award. Searle focuses on teaching students how to live a healthy lifestyle and is active in organizing the school's Special Olympics program each year.County ponders appeals court move
Summit County Council heard details Dec. 4 about problems at the 9th District Court of Appeals' building in anticipation of legislation that would clear the way for the court to find a new home. Jason Dodson, the county executive's chief of staff, and Court Administrator Michael Walsh explained the issues at the Court of Appeals, which is located in The Oliver Ocasek Government Office Building at 161 S. High St. in Downtown Akron.Shop with a Cop returns to Medina Dec. 16
Police car lights will be flashing and sirens wailing through the city's square Dec. 16 - but for the happiest of reasons. Aanyah Mathis of Medina opted to replace a Santa hat with Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt.Medina's JK Gift Shop to open second location in Wooster
If running a gift shop in Medina's historic district is nice, opening a second shop in another quaint downtown location should be twice as nice. That's what sisters Julie McNabb and Katie Heinz are counting on as they make plans to open their second JK Gift Shop in April, next to the gazebo in downtown Wooster.Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Nov. 27-Dec. 1
MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Nov. 27 through Dec. 1: Overall revenues for the county this week were $2,743.574.94. The largest income was from real estate taxes, at $961,609.21.New Diners Republic service enables members to explore Greater Akron through food and...
If you're looking to explore locally owned restaurants and bars outside your normal stomping grounds, and enjoy special offers at the same time, look no further. Newly launched Diners Republic is a subscription service that connects local, independent food and beverage merchants with customers through deals exclusive to members.Medina Library making room for expanded genealogy center, high-tech maker space
Virginia Wheeler Martin traveled all over the world in her job as a flight attendant and with her U.S. Navy captain husband. And even though the couple eventually settled in California, Martin always returned to her Medina roots.Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Nov. 20-24
MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Nov. 20-24: Overall revenues for the county this week were $3,783,682.86. The largest income was from the sales tax, at $1,062,532.49, and the schools sales tax, at $$1,052,403.73.Hallock was an influential community leader
Pictured earlier this year with municipal dignitaries, Macy Hallock helps cut the ribbon for the reopening of Memorial Park's outdoor pool, which he was instrumental in helping to originally open in the 1950s. Hallock died Nov. 3 at 92. Pictured earlier this year with municipal dignitaries, Macy Hallock helps cut the ribbon for the reopening of Memorial Park's outdoor pool, which he was instrumental in helping to originally open in the 1950s.Meadows Turkey Bowl helping kids with cancer
Local residents banded together in a Save Medina Birthing Center campaign. They made shirts.Holiday Home Tour brings Medina history to life
The ghosts of Christmases past might well be waiting to greet visitors on this year's Medina Community Design Committee Holiday Home Tour. The tour, from noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 3, will offer a peek into five homes in the historic neighborhoods surrounding the city's Public Square.
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