Nailing All The Details

 Article Emily Shea  To learn more about Bent Nail Architectural Millwork, please visit bentnailmillwork.com or call 330-948-4500.   When it comes to new construction or the simple need for a more updated and elegant entrance to your home, Bent Nail Architectural Millwork offers a service that is hard to come by. It all began in the late 1970s when John Fetherolf found himself struggling to…

Baked Cinnamon Sugar Apple Chips

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Lifestyle Letter

Builders, bakers, potters, painters, innovators, inventors, creators…makers; ah yes, that’s the word I am looking for! There are so many ways to describe, categorize and draw upon the makers in our community. We often imagine that they will come to us in the form of artists or crafters, but they can also be poets, writers, playwrights, actors, songwriters, … Continued

September 2018 Around Town

Keeping It Historic In July, the Medina City Council passed two ordinances by emergency clause that prohibit any new cellphone towers around the city’s historic square. The ordinances were passed in response to the Substitute House Bill 478, which amends Ohio’s law regarding small cell antennas. Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed the bill in May and the … Continued

10th Annual Medina Bee Festival

On July 21, the Medina Library hosted the 10th Annual Medina Bee Festival. The festival provided family-friendly activities and education about the importance of bees. There were many different activities and interactive booths set up both inside and outside the library including fun bee crafts, a balloon artist, Beeswax comic creator John Martin and much more. 

As Sweet As Honey

 Article and Photography Warren Watkins  When local business owner and baker, Keni Scherbinski, thinks back on her childhood, it is impossible for her to forget the moments she spent with her grandmother, baking countless delicious items together.  "The first thing I ever learned how to bake was bread," she recalled. "Before an age I can even remember, my grandmother would pull over a…

Medina’s Own Root Candles

 Article Warren Watkins | Photography Warren Watkins & Root Candles  Inside the 22,000 square foot historical A.I. Root building at 623 W. Liberty St.-the site of the original beekeeping and candle making factory- you will discover a wonderful collection of candles, seasonal decor, home accents and furnishings, and gifts that are sure to delight. A must-see destination in Medina County!  Anyone…

43rd Annual Twin Swizzler

Hundreds of people gathered at the Historic Medina Public Square on the morning of July 4 to compete, cheer and have a little fun at the 43rd Annual Medina Twin Sizzler. The series included a 5k, 10k, Fun Run, Kid's Run and Bike Race. The event raised funds and awareness for Faith in Action Medina County Caregivers.