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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
King's Daughters and Sons holds gala, fundraiser for Medina causes
The Medina County Union of the International Order of King's Daughters and Sons held its fourth annual Giving Gala, Auction and Dinner on Saturday . King's Daughters and Sons is one of the oldest Christian service organizations in the world and has had a presence in Medina for 130 years.George Marquis' 'hub' reaches into many of Medina's service spokes: Local Legends
George "Hub" Marquis is a familiar face around Medina in a variety of service capacities - the Medina City Schools, youth baseball and football leagues, the local SPCA, Leadership Medina County. All have profited from his time and talents.Driver accused of leading sheriff's deputy on chase before crashing in Medina
A Cleveland man is accused of leading a Medina County sheriff's deputy on a chase that ended in a crash Sunday in downtown Medina. No one was hurt when a car went off the side of the road and struck a tree shortly after noon on Wadsworth Road at South Broadway Street, Medina County Sheriff's Office Capt.Medina Rotary Club breaks ground on 9/11 memorial
The Medina Rotary Club broke ground for Medina's 9/11 memorial on Friday. The memorial will be located at the city's Fire Station 1 on Reagan Parkway.Familiar Medina landmark appears on 'Roseanne'
The county administration building on North Broadway Street in Medina has signs on each side of the building, which were edited out of the shot seen on "Roseanne." The Medina County Administration was used to represent a school building in an episode of the "Roseanne" reboot March 27. The county administration building on North Broadway Street in Medina has signs on each side of the building, which were edited out of the shot seen on "Roseanne."Medina recovery group meets for food and fellowship
Gathering for a meal isn't always just about the food . Sometimes, it's about building community and connecting people with social service resources -- and even jobs.Three in custody after police chase leads to car crash
A Medina County Sheriff tried to pull over a vehicle on Lafayette Road, the driver failed stop and led police on a small chase.'Spring ahead' for an energetic boost: Sun Messages
An overzealous bird took a chunk out of one of my window screens not long ago. I heard muttering in an unknown tongue that sounded neither animal nor human -- and heard scratching.H.G. Blake Elementary School student artwork displayed at Medina Library
Brayden Stevens, a kindergartener at H.G. Blake Elementary School, created this drawing of birds with colorful wing feathers for the school's current art exhibit at the Medina Library. Art teacher Andrea McGhee chose work from students in every grade level and matted the pictures on colorful paper before hanging them on the art panels in the gallery.Medina Farmers Market and Ladies Night Out coming soon
The Medina Farmers Market opens its 2018 season May 18 on the Medina square. The market will be open Saturday mornings through Oct. 13. New this year -- a midweek market on Wednesdays in the Root Candle Co.Medina County seeks voter approval of criminal justice sales tax on May 8 ballot
On May 8, Medina County voters will be asked to approve a 0.2 percent Criminal and Administrative Justice Services Sales Tax. The new tax would directly support the operating costs of the county's courts, Sheriff's Office, jail operations and other law enforcement activities.Berea hosts free breakfast for veterans: Community Voices
More than 70 veterans and family members attended a free breakfast hosted by Berea's Veterans Outreach Office on Saturday, April 14. Representatives of the Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission and the VA Health System were on hand to answer questions. Members of the Buffalo Soldiers motorcycle club and Rolling Thunder of Medina also attended to lend support.Brunswick man arrested for 2016 murder
A Brunswick man was arrested this week on murder charges in connection with the 2016 death of a 25-year-old Medina woman. Police Det.Victorian mourning topic of Medina historical program
At first glance, the room at the old Weymouth School might have seemed a bit gloomy April 15 when about 75 women gathered for a fundraising luncheon. After all, they were greeted by a dark-clad woman in Victorian-era clothing, standing by a table covered with funereal artifacts.Bicentennial fundraiser is a salute to Medina women: Bicentennial Notes
It was all about the ladies at the city's most recent Bicentennial event at Miss Molly's Tea Room on West Washington Street. About 175 guests -- mainly women -- packed the dining room April 15 to hear re-enactments by Show Biz Company actresses and readings presented by the Medina County Branch of the American Association of University Women.Joann King shares profiles of prominent Medina figures
The Medina County Historical Society recently hosted local historian Joann King, who presented "Fame, Fortune and Felony," profiles of famous former residents of Medina County. The "fame" portion of her presentation dealt with H.G. Blake, one of Medina County's most famous residents.Delivering stories of the early post officeThe very first official...
Last week I talked about some early postal history from our area and it brought to mind some stories of the difficulties encountered by the pioneer mail carriers in our area. For reasons not known to me, a number of stories of mail delivery in the early 19th century have been preserved.
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