November 24, 2014

Medina
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51°F

PHOTOS: Grand opening and grand reopening

The Raspberry and the Rose, a boutique featuring the handmade jewelry of local artist Melissa Ziogas, as well as scarves, handbags and other women’s accessories, is Medina’s newest attraction. Doing the ribbon-cutting honors at Friday’s grand opening at 102 W. Washington St., just off Public Square, are Medina Economic Director Kimberly Rice, Mayor Dennis Hanwell, and the Ziogas family: children, from left, Jonathan, 11, Andy, 13, Charlotte, 7, and parents, Melissa and Jim Ziogas. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

The Raspberry and the Rose, a boutique featuring the handmade jewelry of local artist Melissa Ziogas, as well as scarves, handbags and other women’s accessories, is Medina’s newest attraction. Doing the ribbon-cutting honors at Friday’s grand opening at 102 W. Washington St., just off Public Square, are Medina Economic Director Kimberly Rice, Mayor Dennis Hanwell, and the Ziogas family: children, from left, Jonathan, 11, Andy, 13, Charlotte, 7, and parents, Melissa and Jim Ziogas. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Seville Mayor Gene Sulzener, left, officiates at Friday’s reopening of HOPS Therapy Services. Owners/operators Steve and Loretta Vojtko built the 3,600-square-foot facility, 305 Center Road, after outgrowing leased space next door, where the center opened in 2009. The center offers outpatient rehabilitation services for people recovering from injury, illness and surgery. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Seville Mayor Gene Sulzener, left, officiates at Friday’s reopening of HOPS Therapy Services. Owners/operators Steve and Loretta Vojtko built the 3,600-square-foot facility, 305 Center Road, after outgrowing leased space next door, where the center opened in 2009. The center offers outpatient rehabilitation services for people recovering from injury, illness and surgery. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)