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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

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Medina News
Historian Bob Hyde was a busy bee during his childhood: Medina Local Legends

While most senior citizens complain about memory issues, Bob Hyde at age 86 still has a mind like a steel trap -- he seems to remember almost everything he ever learned about the history of Medina. And the few things he can't remember, he can find in a matter of minutes on his computer.

For police, 'to serve' is most important part of 'to...

Addisyn Brunn of Brunswick listens to traffic safety instructions from Sgt. Beverly Fraser of the Medina County Sheriff's Office during Safety Town + Plus at Windfall School in Medina.

Medina's Guilford Road bridge project won't be finished in time for start of school year

The City of Medina announced Tuesday in a press release that the Guilford Road bridge will not be ready to reopen on Monday as planned. The project has been delayed due to rain during the last 60 days.

Just Horsin' Around at the Medina County Fair

The Medina County Fair hosts many events, but one of the most popular is the Horse and Pony Western Show, which took place on Tuesday, July 31st. Sophia Schweitzer a 10th-grader from Medina, is a member of the Just Horsin' Around 4H program in Wadsworth.

Medina County Children's Center breaks ground on new, larger facility

The current Children's Center at 200 Highland Drive in Medina was sufficient in 2011 when the center employed one part-time person -- Rhonda Wurgler -- but now it is bursting at the seams with three full-time and three part-time staff members working every day. Yesterday , a group of 50 community supporters met for an official groundbreaking at the site of the new center, 724 E. Smith Road.

Medina County Kennel Club Dog Show Entertains

On Tuesday, July 30th, the Medina County Fair held their annual dog show at The Show Arena. During this event, trainers and their dogs alike had a rally show, exhibited their prepared routines, did a musical training session and participated in an award ceremony.

Fine Arts at the Medina County Fair

The Medina County Fair has been having members from Medina County's student band and student choir perform for years but this year they offered something new. This was the first time since the 1980's that they've had a student orchestra.

Medina's Thirsty Cowboy still going strong - singer-songwriter...

Few can claim to know the secret to keeping a honkytonk - much less one situated smack dab in the middle of a suburban Northeast Ohio shopping plaza - viable for nearly a decade. Thirsty Cowboy owner, Aaron Lind, chalks it up to good old fashioned perseverance - and timing.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries now open in Medina

The fast-casual restaurant, located at 4181 Pearl Road, welcomed its first customers earlier this week. The chain is known for its cooked-to-order burgers with unlimited toppings, fresh-cut skin-on fries, thick milkshakes and free peanuts.

Keith Urban, Freakstomp Music Festival take over the Also Playing spotlight

You think summer is winding down? Pshaw. Don't tell that to Keith Urban or Tropidelic at the rest of the bands at the group's annual Freakstomp Music Festival.

Photographers share 'All Things Medina' in library exhibit

Here's your chance to get a peek at what's been going on in the county's parks and cities, from the bird's -- and maybe squirrel's and deer's -- eye view, thanks to the Medina County Park District's Photographers of the Parks. An exhibit of photographs will be open during regular business hours through Aug. 25 on the third floor of the Medina Library, 210 S. Broadway.

Medina's Friends of the Cemetery group hosts historical graveyard walk

On a lovely summer afternoon, more than 100 history lovers converged on the Old Town Cemetery to learn about some of the Medina pioneers buried there. Members of the Friends of the Cemetery group on Saturday led walkers through the old graveyard beside St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Liberty Street, just a block from the town square.

Sandra Thomas Fain recalls what it was like to grow up during the...

Sandra Thomas Fain grew up during the height of the Civil Rights movement in the United States. She was born and reared in Medina's Medfair neighborhood -- the "projects" that were built for people coming to work at Permold in the 1950s.

A day at the fair is always interesting: Whit & Whimsey

The county fair was obviously going on this past week and the weather actually held up pretty well. Traditionally, there is at least one rainout, but this year was pretty nice.

Northern Medina County Chamber Alliance names Dzur its new leader

No one could ever accuse Barbara Dzur of being unprepared, at least not when it comes to applying for an executive director opening with the Northern Medina County Chamber Alliance. "What stood out from among the other candidates was her overall vision," Mark Priebe, past NMCC chair, said of Dzur, who replaces former NMCCA executive director Melissa Krebs effective Aug. 6. "She had a 100-day-plan of all the things she wants to do and had read our strategic plan online prior to her interview."

Retired Special Forces master sergeant speaks at Medina Rotary Club...

Retired Master Sgt. Chris Spence, who served with the U.S. Army's Special Forces in Afghanistan right after the Sept.

300 attend dedication for Medina's new 9/11 Memorial

The $100,000 Medina 9/11 Memorial was dedicated this weekend in a moving ceremony. The money for the memorial was raised by the Medina Rotary Club through private and corporate donations.

Medina 9/11 Memorial to be unveiled Saturday morning

Hundreds of people are expected to converge at the Medina Fire Station No. 1 at 10 a.m. Saturday for the unveiling of the 9/11 memorial that honors the people who died when terrorists caused United Flight 93 to crash into the Pennsylvania highlands near Shanksville.

By placing inmates on medical furloughs, counties do not have to pay the medical bills of inmates.

One county official, who declined to be identified, compared inmate furloughs to playing a game of Russian roulette. "You're playing with fire," he said.

Major routes in Medina should be reopening soon

The city is starting to wrap up several of its road construction projects. Citizens should see several high-traffic roadways reopen within the next few months, with projects finishing up on North Court Street, East Smith Road and Guilford Boulevard.

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