Officials from the AAA Ohio Auto Club spent 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Medina High School inspecting student vehicles for winter damage. AAA technicians identified potential problems with belts, hoses, tires, lights, fluid levels and batteries. Students who participated in the vehicle maintenance inspections also had the opportunity to sign a banner on Read More…
Baby chicks from local farms entertained youngsters after an Easter egg hunt on Saturday at the Medina Library, 210 S. Broadway St.
Cub Scout Pack 3409 hosted a Pinewood Derby on Sunday at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge in Brunswick. Twenty Scouts participated in the derby. The first Boy Scout Pinewood Derby was in 1953, according to the Boy Scouts of America’s official Pinewood Derby website. The Scouts work with a parent or mentor to design, Read More…
In these photos, DJ Sparky B provides the music for the Medina High School’s Volunteer Opportunities for Teens dance marathon during the school day Friday. The school’s gym was packed with more than 500 students for the semiannual event that raises money for area charities including the Wounded Warriors Fund and the Jessica Lynn Schaffer Read More…
The Medina County 4-H Youth Development Program hosted an Awareness Day on Saturday at the Medina Library, 210 S. Broadway St.
A.I. Root Middle School hosted hosted the Robofest Exhibition on Saturday. The four-hour festival consisted of a series of competitions and events for students in grades five to 12 to build and study robotics and to participate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activities.
Squads from York, Lafayette, Liverpool, Litchfield and Columbia townships and students from the Medina County Career Center take winter water rescue training Saturday in York Township. (ALEC SMITH / GAZETTE PHOTOS)
Guests danced the night away Saturday evening at the Weymouth Country Club Commissioners Charity Ball.
Families celebrate the new year early with balloons and a 10-second countdown at noon Wednesday at Romp n Stomp, 900 Medina Road, Sharon Township.
During Ladies Night Out events throughout the year in Medina, locally owned and operated businesses are open evening hours and feature special shopping deals, samplings of specialty food products and mini-makeovers. Thursday’s event was sponsored by merchants of Main Street Medina and the Medina Historic District with the support of VCS Salon and Spa.