About 35 Christmas carolers, including Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and a church youth group, gathered around the gazebo at Maria Stanhope Park in downtown Seville on …Read More
Anyone seeking holiday fun this month won’t have to look far. From puppets to pets to historic homes, anyone who loves Christmas can find something to do each weekend in December in Medina.
The second Medina Holiday Spectacular, organized by Main Street Medina and sponsored by Summa Health System, includes holiday events in Public Square.
Saturday, …Read More
MEDINA — Two popular holiday light shows have returned for the holiday season.
Don Cartier, who puts on a light show at his home, 1228 Alexandria Lane, is reprising his show this year, and there’s also the Holiday Lights Drive-Through at the Medina County Fairgrounds.
In 2012, he spent hours working to build a new set …Read More
MEDINA — A man escaped …Read More
A robbery suspect possibly armed with a handgun remained at large Friday …Read More
MEDINA — A lawsuit brought against the Ohio Auditor’s Office by suspended Medina Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp will not be heard by Medina County judges.
Common pleas Judges James L. Kimbler and Christopher J. Collier recused themselves from the case almost immediately after Stepp filed the suit this month.
They said in a Nov. 14 journal entry …Read More
Volunteers from the Brunswick area delivered and served meals to more than 6,000 people in need this Thanksgiving through St. Ambrose Church and its charitable arm, Catholic Works of Mercy.
This year, members of the church donated 545 turkeys and more than 800 pies.
LODI — Police are looking for the person or people responsible for beating a 59-year old man Tuesday night who was staying at the Lodi Motel.
According to Lodi police, someone or a group of people severely beat the man, whose name was not available Thursday.
Officer Dave Brantner said police were dispatched at 11:43 p.m. to …Read More
MEDINA — Businesses around Public Square are offering shoppers a chance to avoid a Black-eye Friday and support the local economy on Small Business Saturday.
“It is a day to focus on small businesses that are locally owned and operated,” Main Street Medina Executive Director Matt Wiederhold said. “The intent of the day isn’t necessarily to …Read More
They needed a snowblower to see where the end zone and 50-yard line were Thursday morning, but the cold and snow didn’t …Read More