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8 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
The Medina County Branch of the American Association of University Women is celebrating fifty years of community involvement this year with a special anniversary luncheon and program at 12:30 p.m. on Sun., September 28, at the Blair Center, Westfield Center, OH.
12 hrs ago | Crain's Cleveland Business
A Utah company called Global Healthcare REIT Inc. said it has agreed to buy the Meadowview Nursing Home in Seville, in Medina County, for $3 million.
17 hrs ago | WKSU-FM Kent
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21 hrs ago | The Medina Gazette
Check out these photos of Monday's Demolition Derby at the Medina County Fair. There will be a story about the derby in Wednesday's newspaper.
Yesterday | The Medina Gazette
Director of Medina County Veterans Services Edward Zackery interviews World War II veteran Ralph E. Waite, of Medina, about his service in the 99th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army.
One month after a tornado caused significant damage to some some parts of Medina County, Brunswick City Council passed a motion Monday evening to reactivate the city's outdoor warning sirens.
The Farmer's Market is thriving and helping to familiarize local residents with the Brunswick Area Historical Society's Heritage Farm.
Ashley Brown poses with her 7-month-old daughter, Realee-Ann, at Brown's mother's home in Rittman.
Medina County commissioners have approved the distribution of $2.6 million in second-quarter sales tax revenue to local schools.
Fans will gather next week at the grandstand of the Medina County Fairgrounds ready to hear the engines roar and listen for the loud crashes of the demolition derby.
For 41 years, Art in the Park has drawn top quality artists to exhibit their creations in the Medina Square in mid-July.
Julie Rohl of Westfield Center, Ohio, won $2,500 for her second-place-winning project in the 2014 fourth annual FrogTape Earn Your Stripes Room Makeover Contest.
A 19-year-old Gloria Glens Park man was sentenced Thursday to a year in prison for having sex with a teenage girl and having a nude photo on his phone of another girl.
Medina police may have saved the life of one of two Lafayette Township brothers on heroin by administering the antidote Narcan.
After dropping out of negotiations to buy the historic Masonic Temple earlier this year, city officials today placed the winning bid for the property at an auction in Middleburg Heights.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:21 pm
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