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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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Towns/Cities near medina, ohio : Brunswick Chippewa Lake Pigeon Creek Hinckley Westfield Center Seville Lodi
Sen. Obhof: Vouchers are the key to school choice
Voucher programs will be a key component of school choice efforts in Ohio, according to State Senate President Larry Obhof, R-Medina. Vouchers were just one several issues Obhof, whose district includes Ashland County, touched on during a stop in the area this week.Sister-to-Sister aims to help young teen girls
The Medina County Branch of the American Association of University Women and partnering area service organizations will host the 19th Sister-to-Sister Conference, a forum for girls ages 11-14, at Medina Hospital, 1000 E. Washington St., Medina, from noon to 4:30 p.m. on, March 11. This year's theme, "Be Your Best Selfie, " will help girls find their personal strengths and learn to navigate the world of social media safely and respectfully. Deputy Sharon Centner, of the Medina County Sheriff's Office, will open the conference with insight on safe texting, posting and using social media.Medina County Board of Elections announces candidates and issues on May 8 ballot
With the Medina County Board of Elections Feb. 7 filing deadline past, voters across the county will decide on a number of issues May 8, including several school district renewal levies. With its 10-year, $4.67 million emergency levy will expiring this year , the Brunswick City School district is asking voters to support a 4.3 mill renewal levy that will not raise taxes if approved.MCRC celebrates 15 years of operation
For 15 years, the Medina Community Recreation Center has been a popular place for community members to get involved. 5,475 days after opening, it is still a popular place to be and the staff is inviting the community to celebrate this fact.Remembering Lt. Col. Jason Good: 'a spectacular human being'
Good was a 1998 graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., and earned an MBA from Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, Cali. He was commissioned as an infantry officer and served in the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea; was a platoon leader in the75th Ranger Regiment ; commanded a Company in the 501st Airborne ; and was a Troop Commander in 40th Cavalry .Obhof: Vouchers are key to school choice
Voucher programs will be a key component of school choice efforts in Ohio, according to State Senate President Larry Obhof, R-Medina. Obhof mentioned a piece of legislation, Senate Bill 85, recently introduced by Sen. Matt Huffman regarding school vouchers.Medina honors its contribution to Underground Railroad: Bicentennial Notes
A pair of actors in period costume brought the story of Medina's role in the Underground Railroad to life at a special presentation on Saturday. The program was part of Medina's year-long Bicentennial celebration.Amari tells a compelling story in a unique way
MEDINA, Ohio - Local author, Susan Ranelle Amari, has taken a unique approach to handling a difficult topic - the death of a teen-ager - in her second book, "The Year of the Red Fire Monkey." Amari's novel follows the success of her debut novel, "Calculated Guess," selected as Best of 2016, by the Akron Beacon Journal.MUMC's Young at Heart program provides afternoon fun for seniors
Young at Heart is an organization at the Medina United Methodist Church on Foote Road in Medina. The organization provides a way for seniors within the community to get involved.County to begin new recycling talks
Sanitary Engineer Amy Lyon-Galvin describes to county commissioners Bill Hutson and Pat Geissman how Rumpke of Ohio and Entsorga were selected for potential contracts to remove recyclables from residential and commercial trash. Sanitary Engineer Amy Lyon-Galvin describes to county commissioners Bill Hutson and Pat Geissman how Rumpke of Ohio and Entsorga were selected for potential contracts to remove recyclables from residential and commercial trash.The inside story on Ohio's redistricting deal
Ohio voters will decide in May whether to approve significant changes to Ohio's partisan congressional redistricting process, the result of a bipartisan legislative agreement that not long ago seemed highly unlikely. "I can't think of anywhere where we've had a situation like we've had here for the past couple of years," he said.Edwins' Cleveland leaders to open restaurant in Medina, supporting recovering addicts
The idea that everyone deserves a second chance is a guiding principle of Edwins Leadership and Restaurant Institute in Cleveland, a food-service training and support program for ex-offenders. Now, the organization is branching south, to Medina, and expanding its reach to help recovering drug and alcohol addicts.West Side Education News & Notes
During a special meeting Jan. 30, the Woodridge Local Schools Board of Education approved the second resolution needed to place a levy on the May 8 Primary Election ballot. On the ballot will be a new $4 million emergency levy, estimated to average 8.19 mills, that would be used for operating expenses.Ashland University students honor their mentors
Eight Ashland University faculty members were honored during the University's 32nd annual Academic Mentor Awards recognition ceremony held Jan. 26. The program recognizes faculty whose academic leadership with regard to students extends beyond the classroom. The mentors, each nominated by an Ashland student, were presented an engraved silver plate at the event held in John C. Myers Convocation Center.Venerable Medina County Ladies' Clubs preserve old fashioned civility: Bicentennial Notes
As Medina County celebrates its 200th anniversary , at least three Ladies Clubs are celebrating more than 100 years of existence. The youngest of the three is the Lodi Literary Club.808 Shave Ice will bring icy Hawaiian desserts to Strongsville
It's only the second location for the snack shop, which opened last year in Fairview Park. "A lot of our Fairview Park customers were asking us to open a store in Strongsville, Brunswick or Medina," said Nick Kudej, who established 808 Ice with his wife, Kayla Mooney.Main Street Medina honors community members
The Medina city square is the hub for good food, unique shops and community events. All of these businesses and events bring a lot of hustle and bustle to this historic part of town.Sales tax increase goes to ballot
County commissioners agreed to ask voters to approve an 0.2 percent increase in the county sales tax following a public hearing on the proposal Jan. 16. Spencer Township resident Becky Clutter was the only one to speak against the levy at the public hearing which preceded the vote by commissioners to place the sales tax proposal before county voters in the May 8 primary election. Clutter said the sales tax increase seemed like an effort to take away a tax break just bestowed on residents by the federal government.Kovack to run for re-election as auditor
Medina County Auditor, Mike Kovack has served as auditor for 25 years. In order to celebrate this milestone in his career, he has decided to run for re-election.Medina County commissioners award local charities at annual ball
Six local charities were the recipients of $33,000 in donations at the 19th annual Medina County Commissioners Charity Ball Jan. 20 at Weymouth Country Club . Robby's Recovery Center in Medina was one of six local organizations to receive donations from the Medina County Commissioners Charity Ball.
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