July 1, 2016


Medina: America’s Hometown : June, 2014

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Medina: America’s Hometown : May, 2014

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Medina: America’s Hometown : April 10, 2014

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Merchants’ Minutes – March 2014

All Fired Up: • Join us for Ladies’ DIVA Night, Fri., Mar. 14, 6-9 pm. Discounts determined by the DIVA Wheel plus complimentary snacks. Reserve your spot today! • Paint on Mon., Mar. 17 wearing green and receive a discount!   4 Ladies and More: • Our new Upstairs Home Décor room will soon be Read More…

Who Do You Know?

Do you know an older adult who would like to share a memory of growing up in Medina? Please call 330-721-4003 at the Gazette.

Did You Know? – March 2014

Abolitionist Hiram Miller became a Hinckley Township resident in 1833 and used shipping boxes to assist hundreds of slaves in their escape to Canada.

Times Past…Macy’s memories include streetcars and roller skates

By Beth Mlady As a boy, Macy Hallock wheeled his way around Medina’s square on roller skates, if he and his friends weren’t already jumping from one horse hitching post to the next. “The sidewalks were made of sandstone, and there was a big stone fountain and a pond with goldfish where the gazebo is Read More…

International Fest Seeking Additional Vendors

By Beth Mlady Heading into its sixth year as one of the largest, one-day events in the area, the Medina International Fest continues to grow in size and diversity. This year, the nine hour celebration is set for Saturday, August 23, 9am to 6pm on Medina’s Historic Town Square. It will be presented by MedinaHospital Read More…

Did You Know? – February 2014

Liverpool Salt Works was the first corporation in Medina County, selling shares of stock in 1815 to gain capital and satisfy the demand for salt.

Funtastic Toyz offers a unique world of fun

By Beth Mlady   From brightly painted walls to a vast array of distinctive items, Medina Funtastic Toyz will please children as well as the simply young at heart. Ed Wright opened the specialty toy store seven months ago at 140 West Washington Street in the Historic District beside his other popular business, Miss Molly’s Read More…