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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
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Medina News
Medina groups to host "On the Table" conversations on Oct. 3

OutSupport and the Medina Diversity Project are hoping Medina County residents will join them for food and conversation Oct. 3. The groups will be hosting four conversations that day as part of "On the Table, Greater Akron," an initiative to bring people together to talk about issues of importance in the community. The Akron Community Foundation , which serves Medina and Summit counties, is one of 10 community foundations in the United States participating in "On the Table" this year.

Woman paralyzed from waist down hikes the Pacific Crest Trail

It's an amazing feat for Kozel, who has lupus, and is paralyzed from the waist down, Though she walks with the help of braces, she completed the entire trail alone. From March to September, Kozel, 41, of Medina, Ohio, traveled 2,650 miles from the Mexican border to the Canadian border, through California, Oregon and Washington.

A Major undertaking for father and son

During his 44-year career in the tire business, Rex Pennington has performed most every job in a retail tire and auto repair shop and has worked for a variety of managers. Mr. Pennington never dreamed, that at age 62, he would be taking on a new role, under a new but very familiar boss.

Bicentennial license plate design is almost ready for production

Residents of Medina County are one step closer to having a license plate honoring the county's bicentennial in 2018. The county's Bicentennial Committee spearheaded a petition drive requiring more than 150 people with valid driver's license expressing interest in a bicentennial plate before the proposal could be submitted to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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Retiring Medina Police Officer Jim Valentine speaks to Medina City Council Aug. 28 after receiving a proclamation from Mayor Dennis Hanwell . Retiring Medina Police Officer Jim Valentine speaks to Medina City Council Aug. 28 after receiving a proclamation from Mayor Dennis Hanwell .

OH Firefighter Makes Dramatic Tree Climb to Rescue Hawk

Sept. 14--MEDINA TWP. -- A firefighter climbed 60 feet into a tree to rescue a red-tailed hawk that was stuck, the Medina Gazette reports.

How to Dramatically Reduce Fitup and Welding Costs in Heavy Fabrication

FitPerfect systems from HGG Profiling Equipment use unique 3D steel profile cutting capabilities to combine plasma and oxyfuel processes and minimize grinding time. These systems include a wide range of innovative and high quality CNC cutting machines, custom machinery and associated equipment for cutting steel beams, pipes and tubing.

Medina County Juvenile Detention Center to host art show Sept. 28

Social worker Carrie Sellers and Medina County Juvenile Detention Center Superintendent Ron Stollar pose with one of the pieces that will be displayed in the center's first-ever art show Sept. 28. The painting includes a rearview mirror, representing the past, and a windshield, representing the future.

Medina County Career Center student chefs to whip up omelettes for hurricane relief

Medina County Career Center seniors David Hartman and Jamie Aikman practice their omelette-making skills in preparation for next week's Center Cafe fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma relief. Medina County Career Center seniors David Hartman and Jamie Aikman practice their omelette-making skills in preparation for next week's Center Cafe fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma relief.

County park district unveils a plan for the future

Improving the visitor experience at the 17 parks in the Ashland County Park District is the intention of a five-year strategic plan. Park District commissioners Tom Kruse, John Sikula and Bob DeSanto unveiled the plan Monday at an open house at the Fire Company Nature Cabin, a district park located at 1498 Ohio 511.

Five vie for Medina School Board post

The job of a school board is no easy task. From making tough financial decisions to addressing criticism from parents, staff and members of the public, a member needs extensive background knowledge and patience.

Medina-County 40 mins ago 3:33 p.m.MISSING | 86-year-old Medina man suffers from dementia

The Medina County Sheriff's Office has issued a statewide Missing Adult Alert for an elderly man who has not been seen since this morning. Authorities say 86-year-old Albert Simmons drove away from his home on Ballash Road in Medina around 11:45 a.m. and has yet to return.

Medina School District seeks outside help to market sponsorships for new field at Ken Dukes Stadium

If the Medina City School District can secure financial sponsorship for its new artificial turf field at Medina High School's Ken Dukes Stadium, the sponsor's name and logo could be added directly to the turf. If the Medina City School District can secure financial sponsorship for its new artificial turf field at Medina High School's Ken Dukes Stadium, the sponsor's name and logo could be added directly to the turf.( MEDINA, Ohio - The Medina City School District is continuing its search for sponsors for the new artificial turf at Medina High School 's Ken Dukes Stadium.

Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for Sept. 4-8

MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of Sept. 4-8: Overall revenues for the county this week were $1,444,420.72.

Rally finale might not be headliner's last after all

Renowned Pink Floyd tribute band Wish You Were Here bids farewell to Medina during its Rally in the Alley headlining performance Sept. 3. Music photographer Joe Kleon snaps a view of Rally in the Alley's closing night from atop Sully's Irish Pub across West Liberty Street from the alley behind Main Street CafA©, which puts on the summertime concert series each year.

Dozens indicted in Medina County crack cocaine conspiracy

Seventeen people were indicted in federal court and 12 in state court Sept. 6 for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to purchase large amounts of powder cocaine, cook the drug into crack cocaine and then sell it in and around Medina County, law enforcement officials said.

Medina Creative Therapy Ranch to host Fall Fest Oct. 7

A costumed visitor to last year's Fall Fest at the Medina Creative Therapy Ranch enjoys a ride atop a "scarehorse" on the Trick-or-Treat trail. This year's free, family-friendly event runs from noon to 4 p.m. at the ranch at 5200 Lake Road, Medina.

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