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  • By Angela Huston / Photos by Russ Huston /

The 39 members of the 2017 Leadership Medina County Class, The Collaborators, ended their in-depth year of learning more about Medina County and graduated at a celebration held at Weymouth Country Club May 17. This is the 26th class to go through the LMC program. Read more

  • By Angela Huston / Photos by Russ Huston /

More than 160 supporters of United Way of Medina County attended the organization's Annual Community Meeting May 5, in the Grand Ballroom at Weymouth Country Club. Read more

  • By Alyssa Murral, BEAT reporter

A new family entertainment center named Scene75 will open in Brunswick this summer, packed with fun for everyone. Alex Zorniger, Vice President of Operations for Scene75, said, “...the easiest way to describe it, we like to say, [is] a Dave and Busters on steroids.”  Read more

  • By Angela Huston / Photos by Russ Huston /

Subaru of America, Inc. originally established the "Share the Love" program as a way to bring Subaru owners together to make a difference in the community while showcasing the company's vehicles. In 2013, the program was expanded to allow each of its more than 600 retailers nationwide to add… Read more

  • By Angela Huston / Photo by Russ Huston /

The effervescent, playful Cindie Schneider who as a child dreamed of becoming a Rockette (but who also delights in telling people she is really Tyra Banks) is perhaps the county's most well-known, well-loved, supporter-advocate of the senior community. The outgoing, goal-oriented woman who h… Read more

  • By Judy Totts

When Herbert A. Waite stood in front of the Usher-Waite General Store at the corner of Pearl and Center roads and watched an elegantly turned-out horse-drawn hearse pull away from Brunswick Methodist Church after a funeral service, he knew he found his calling. Read more

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When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, workplace innovation may be near the top of the list for most businesses. Business owners know that their companies must innovate to stay ahead of competition, and that means hiring employees who not only possess the necessary skills for the job but w… Read more

  • By Luke Wilmot, BEAT reporter

Family friendly, locally owned, and stylish all describe Dan’s Dogs, a hot dog eatery in Medina Square. Paul Davis, restaurant owner, bought the store in May 2015, however, the restaurant originally opened in 1991. The authentic 50’s design, along with the food of course, has kept customers … Read more

Clyde Bauer creator and founder of Bauer Funeral Home was born and raised on the Bauer family farm in rural Valley City. As a child, and as an adult, he always felt that all of God's creatures deserved a fitting departure from this world, which inspired him to open a funeral home to serve Va… Read more