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About: medina, ohio

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.

Population: 26
Local Newspapers: Medina County Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Indians
Local Colleges: University of Akron : Medina County University Center

Zip Codes associated with medina, ohio: 44256 44258
Towns/Cities near medina, ohio : Brunswick Chippewa Lake Pigeon Creek Hinckley Westfield Center Seville Lodi

Medina News
Christmas Ale battle pits Great Lakes Brewing Co., Thirsty Dog Brewing

Twiisted Burgers & Sushi is holding a head-to-head tasting battle to answer that annual question among Northeast Ohio Christmas Ale fans: Which do you prefer, Great Lakes Brewing Co. of Cleveland or Thirsty Dog Brewing Co.

Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Oct. 9-13

MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Oct. 9-13: Overall revenues for the county this week were $2,264,798.89. The largest income was from library support, at $336,952.26.

Medina school board approves Resolution of Necessity for May substitute emergency levy

The Medina City Schools Board of Education has unanimously approved the first of two resolutions needed to place a 5.2-mill, continuing substitute emergency levy on the May ballot. If approved, the levy would continue to collect the approximately $6.6 million a year currently generated by the 5.9-mill, five-year emergency levy passed by voters in 2013.

Suspect uses yard tool to burglarize home: Brunswick Hills Police Blotter

Burglary, Southpointe Trail: A resident called police to report hearing glass breaking and seeing a "white car with a loud muffler" leaving the area at 9 p.m. Oct. 1. The victim reported no missing items but did find a yard tool broken, with one end found on the back deck and the other outside the house near the broken window. No further information was available at the time of the report.

Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Oct. 2-6

MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Oct. 2-6: Overall revenues for the county this week were $3,923,274.60. The largest income was from undivided rollback and Homestead, at $2,119,721.84.

Eighth graders learn about local history and survival: Whit & Whimsey

Eighth graders from Edwards Middle School took a trip through time Oct. 11 when nearly 200 of them visited Heritage Farm. Social studies teacher Brianna Laubenthal and her colleagues planned the trip with two buses in the morning and two more in the afternoon.

Main Street Medina's new executive director is an old familiar face

Matt Wiederhold is already feeling comfortable behind his new desk in the Main Street Medina office in the Huntington National Bank building on Public Square. Wiederhold returned to his former post as executive director of Main Street Medina on Oct. 2, taking over for Jeremy Levine , who parted ways with the organization earlier this summer.

Another group of leaders learn about Medina County: Whit & Whimsey

Leadership Medina County is well underway with a new class of leaders learning all about our county. On Sept.

Boston trustees discuss library anniversary

Boston Township Trustee Randy Bergdorf talked about the Peninsula Library's 75th anniversary and Oktoberfest celebration at the trustees' Sept. 27 meeting.

Brunswick salt bins filled to capacity for winter weather

As the city readies its snow removal plans for the 2017-2018 season, Service Director Paul Barnett said that following a mild 2016-17 season, Brunswick is more than prepared in terms of rock salt. "Right now we are full to the gills," Barnett said.

Canines in costumes will highlight Pumpkin Festival

Gracie Nazel may be small, but she is mighty. At 8 years old, Gracie will be the official emcee of the very first Canine Costume Contest in conjunction with the County Pumpkin Festival Oct. 15 at Heritage Farm, 4613 Laurel Road.

Stouffer Realty raises funds for Akron Rotary Camp

Stouffer Realty's third annual Charity Golf Outing and Dinner drew 150 participants and raised more than $8,000 to benefit the Akron Rotary Camp For Children with Special Needs Children in New Franklin, according to company officials. The event, which was held at Fox Meadow Country Club in Medina, also marked the 20th anniversary of the founding of Stouffer Realty, said Stouffer officials.

Medina graduate scripting new experiences as member of Ohio State's marching band

The 19-year-old freshman, who plans to major in aerospace engineering, is also playing trumpet in The Best Damn Band in the Land , Ohio State's critically acclaimed brass marching band. Playing with The Best Damn Band in the Land is a dream come true for Derek Walker, 19. Playing in the band is a dream come true for the 2017 Medina High School graduate, who also played trumpet in his high school's marching band.

Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Sept. 25-29

MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Sept. 25-29: Overall revenues for the county this week were $2,758,287.22.

Starbucks pressured over 'unequal' parental leave policy

Kristen Picciolo, right, a Starbucks barista from Medina, Ohio, holds her baby Adam, 4 months, as she stands with fellow barista Jessica Svabenik, left, who works in Silverdale, Wash. Starbucks shareholders are demanding that the coffee giant explain the disparity in its parental leave policy between the company's hourly and salary employees.

St. Patrick's animal blessing honors Brunswick's furry family members

In its 19th year, St. Patrick's Episcopal Church's annual blessing of the animals drew another large crowd of pets and their people to North Park Oct. 1. "I guess we've had at least 60," said St. Patrick's Church member and event organizer, Joyce Mills. "I am a dog lover, so I love seeing the dogs.

Today is final day to nominate your high school for Best School Spirit contest

Do you proudly wear your school colors, support your sports teams, help decorate your school, or attend the games? These are just a few ways that students show their school spirit. We're still seeking nominations, don't get left out.

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