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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.

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

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This bug has been brutal and brings back memories: Whit and Whimsey

I hope all of you have recovered or escaped the bug that's been going around. Luckily, mine only turned into a week-long cold - thank you flu shot -- but I've been talking to a lot of folks who have had that terrible cough since Christmas.

This Couple Was Fat-Shamed and Photoshopped By Their Photographer

Linda Silvestri of Tower Photography in Medina, Ohio, after Silvestri reached out to her on Facebook . According to Liepold, Silvestri offered an engagement shoot in addition to two hours of coverage at the couple's wedding reception in May for $600.

Couple fat-shamed in engagement photos

A simple Facebook post requesting a wedding photographer quickly turned into something much more for a bride-to-be in Northeast Ohio. She is sharing her story of being fat shamed, she claims by the woman hired to capture the beauty on her big day, who did the exact opposite on her special day.

How Can You Be The Next Professional of Tomorrow?

Professionals of Tomorrow is a program for Brunswick High School juniors and seniors who are looking for a chance to explore a work field that interests them. Early in the school year, each student was paired with a community-based mentor who will help them experience their workplace and career of interest.

Dengensha America Adds New Sales Engineers

Doug Becker, Dengensha America As a senior sales engineer, he is specially tasked to assist customers for welder, weld control, and gun products, especially with some of today's most engaging resistance welding applications, including high-strength steel, hot stamp, and aluminum applications for automotive and non-automotive industries. Jim Pfeil, Dengensha America As a sales engineer, he is taking over responsibilities for the sales and support of resistance welding equipment in their growing Midwest region.

Library board bids farewell and says hello: Whit & Whimsey

One Brunswick resident is moving on while another is rotating in. Congratulations to Howard Elko, who completed his seven-year term on the board of the Medina County District Library.

Summa Health orthopedic cancer specialist expands practice to Medina

Summa Health orthopedic oncologist Scott Weiner has expanded his practice to serve residents of Medina and surrounding communities at Summa Health Medina Medical Center, 3780 Medina Road. Weiner is chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Summa Health, and he also serves as medical director for the Summa Orthopedic Institute.

Arrested drunk driver says a 'few' means 'five'...

Drunken driving, W. 130th: On Dec. 9, police observed a weaving silver car on W. 130th. The driver, who had slurred speech, apologized for weaving.

Belligerent suspect gets her wish - jail: Middleburg Heights police blotter

Trespassing, Bagley Road : Police were called at 6:45 p.m. Jan. 4 to Bob Evans restaurant for an irate woman who refused to leave the restaurant. They found her highly agitated and yelling when they arrived.

Teacher Profile: Mark Steinmetz, Edwards Middle School

Mark Steinmetz has been a teacher for about 17 years. But, there's more to him than teaching.

This 100th birthday celebration will include a special friend

When Rebecca Kuhn turns 100 years old Jan. 14, she'll have a special guest who will, undoubtedly, climb into bed with her. Rebecca is a resident of the Western Reserve Masonic Community in Medina and three years ago, her son, Jim, found a scared 6-month-old puppy named Sadie at a special adoption program called Noah's Ark held by Saint Ambrose Parish for the Cleveland Animal Protection League.

Troopers From Three Counties Involved In High-Speed Pursuit

The Mansfield post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol was involved in a high-speed pursuit Saturday night on Interstate-71 northbound that encompassed three counties, beginning in Richland and traveling through Ashland and Medina counties. After activating the lights and siren of the cruiser in pursuit, the SUV climbed to speeds of 110 miles per hour.

Schools planning $1.2 million in improvements

This coming summer, the Medina City School District will begin to tackle a number of capital improvement projects at district facilities. MCS Business Manager Jon Burkhart told the school board Dec. 18 the various repairs and upgrades are projected to cost about $1.2 million, which should be covered by sales tax revenue the district gets annually.

Anniversaries are in the (winter) air: Whit & Whimsey

Looks like 2017 finished with a grand flourish for one of our favorite couples, Bob and Pat Drum. The couple began celebrating their golden anniversary in June in Williamsburg, Va., and ended the year with five weeks in Maui.

Kitten Krazy, Inc., which started out small, celebrates its 5,000th adoption

"I had a little space in my garage that was 8-by-20 feet that I was going to dedicate to fostering cats," Mirrotto remembers. "I'm a person of faith, and I prayed about it, and I felt it was something God wanted me to do.

Medina man accused of shooting friend in head while playing with gun in Akron

A Medina man is accused of shooting another man in the head while he and friends drank and played with guns, police said. The shooting happened about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at a home on East Exchange Street near Fountain Street, police said.

Bicentennial book lets you add some color to the celebration

Renowned artist, Cynthia Allman, has produced the Medina Bicentennial Coloring book, a 32-page book with historic and modern pictures to color. The $10 book is meant for all ages and costs $10 with all proceeds benefitting the Medina Bicentennial Celebration.

Newly published Timeline celebrates bicentennial: Whit & Whimsey

Our 69th District State Rep. Stephen Hambley is kicking off the Medina County bicentennial year by publishing a special 2018 Bicentennial Edition of the Timeline of Medina County History. When Hambley was a Medina County Commissioner he published the timeline of Medina County online on the county website.

Medina issues boil alert following water main break

The city of Medina has issued a precautionary boil alert following a water main break affecting residents in the northeast and southeast parts of the city. The residents affected in the northeast are bordered by East Washington Street, North Court Street and Harding Street to the east city limits which includes Burgundy Bay and Retreat Drive, according to a statement released by the city.

Wadsworth police asking for public's help in identifying woman in bank thefts

The thefts happened in early November. The woman targeted Medina County Federal Credit Union in Medina; Medina County Federal Credit Union in Wadsworth; Third Federal in Twinsburg and Third Federal in Parma, Wadsworth police Lt.

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