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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
Granger trustees hear from fire prevention instructor

Lydia Wochna introduced herself and her therapy dog, Jpeg, to the trustees, as she will be fire prevention instructor at the school. The program educates students about fire safety and steps they can take to prevent fires from occurring.

Medina-County 31 mins ago 10:21 p.m.Many citizens don't buy authorities' Macron story

Medina County authorities said during a news conference, Monday, that the cause and manner of Bryon Macron's death have been ruled undetermined. People in Medina are following this case closely and everyone WKYC Channel 3 spoke with Monday evening told us something here clearly isn't right.

Medina manufacturers focus on closing skills gap with new program

He needed his workers at Automation Tool & Die in Valley City, where he is co-owner and vice president, to be proficient in the technology the company relied on to remain competitive. However, there wasn't any workforce development infrastructure in Medina County that he could tap into to train employees or rely on to provide a pipeline of skilled workers to fill openings.

Carlisle Brake & Friction breaks ground on expansion of Medina plant

Medina, Medina County and Ohio officials joined Carlisle Brake & Friction President Karl "Ted" Messmer and other company representatives in breaking ground for the manufacturer's expansion of its plant on Lake Road. Medina, Medina County and Ohio officials joined Carlisle Brake & Friction President Karl "Ted" Messmer and other company representatives in breaking ground for the manufacturer's expansion of its plant on Lake Road.( MEDINA, Ohio - Carlisle Brake & Friction held a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday for a $28 million expansion of its manufacturing facility on Lake Road.

Coburn Gallery at Ashland U. will have juried exhibition

The Coburn Gallery at Ashland University is playing host to a national juried exhibition titled "Time Will Tell: A Show of Artistic Wisdom and Experience," which features a collection of 31 artworks that embody the creativity and innovation of the artists 50 years old and older at all levels of artistic endeavor.

Film focusing on Medina's housing evolution

East North Street residents Brittany and William Troyer, along with baby girl Abigail, discuss their 1922 home and the reasons they moved to Medina four years ago with Medina TV's Matt Tomek for an upcoming film detailing Medina's housing evolution. Medina TV's Derek Demlow shoots the exterior of the bungalow belonging to Brittany and William Troyer July 6 for the forthcoming "History of Medina Housing," due out this winter.

Why did I rappel the 13-story Onesto Lofts in Canton? To benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters...

With so many nonprofits doing good work here in Northeast Ohio, organizations have to go pretty big to get our attention. That's what Big Brothers Big Sisters aimed for when it had me, along with several other media folks, dangling 13 stories above the street at the historic Onesto Lofts in Canton Thursday.

Iraq War vet's family struggles with recent death after wounds caught up with him

In the four months since Army veteran Tommy Waskey died as a bomb blast in Iraq finally caught up with him, Rebekah Peaco, has found one way of coping with the loss of her husband and the sudden responsibilities of raising a family of five girls and a grandson. "I'm kind of rolling with avoidance right now," said Peaco, who has yet to return to their bedroom where the veteran died in his sleep Feb. 24, a week shy of his 34th birthday.

Sharon officials discuss future road levy

The Sharon Board of Trustees discussed the township's future road and bridge levy that is expected to be on the ballot in 2018. Township officials had originally thought the levy would need to be placed on November's ballot, but Fiscal Officer Christine Lawson said at the last meeting the levy doesn't need to go on the ballot until 2018.

New film to document evolution of Medina housing

Turning off of busy North Court Street and meandering down the long driveway of Will and Michele Nichols' bucolic property can make you feel a little bit like you are going back in time. And the house - built in 1950 - is a time capsule in itself, showcasing many of its original features and decor.

Medina schools looking to flip switch on LED lighting

The Medina City School District is planning to spend about $1.8 million to switch its buildings to LED lighting. At its July 10 work session, the Board of Education heard a report from David Smith of the Brewer-Garrett Company , a Middleburg Heights-based engineering firm that oversees the district's energy savings program .

Grant writing basics will be taught in Medina

Nonprofit organizations are always looking for fundraising opportunities, including grants. But few have volunteers trained in grant writing.

40 things to do in Cleveland the weekend of July 20 - 23

Summer is in full swing and the weekends are heating up with things to do. Whether it's beach parties, a bash along the Flats, wine fests or outdoor concerts, there's plenty of fun in the sun.

Auction of Madonna's panties, love letter from Tupac halted

In this July 11, 2017 file photo, Madonna, left, sits with her adopted children David, Stella and Mercy, at the opening of The Mercy James Institute for Pediatric Surgery and Intensive Care, located at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in the city of Blantyre, Malawi. A New York judge on Tuesday, July 18, 2017, has stopped an impending auction of pop star Madonna's personal items, including a love letter from her former boyfriend, the late rapper Tupac Shakur, a pair of worn panties and a hairbrush containing strands of her hair.

Highland school board approves 3.9-mill bond issue for November ballot

The Highland Local School District's 88-year-old Granger Elementary School would be one of three elementary buildings torn down and replaced if voters approve a 3.9-mill bond issue on the Nov. 7 ballot. The school district is asking for $63 million to replace its deteriorating elementary schools and renovate Highland Middle School.

Medina County auditor releases financial and real estate report for July 10-14

MEDINA, Ohio - Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack has released the following information about county finances for the week of July 10-14: Overall revenues for the county this week were $57,191,770.10. The largest income was from real estate taxes, at $51,947,838.69.

Coburn Gallery to feature 'Time Will Tell' juried exhibition

The Coburn Gallery at Ashland University will host a national juried exhibition titled "Time Will Tell: A Show of Artistic Wisdom and Experience," which features a collection of 31 artworks that embody the creativity and innovation of the artists aged 50 years and older at all levels of artistic endeavor.

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