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Medina county is located in northeastern Ohio just south-southeast of Clevelaand with the city of Medina serving as the county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 147,277, an increase of 24,923 over the 1990 census.

The county was formed in February, 1812 and formally organized in the month of April, 1818. The fact that the land lay within the boundaries of the Western Reserve resulted in an influx of immigrants from Connecticut who were there claiming acreage (the "Fire Lands") given as recompence for the destruction of their homes. Germans also came to the county in great numbers.

As much of Ohio was at first agriculturally inclined, large quantities of corn and a variety of grains such as oats and wheat joined production from dairy cows and beef cattle, swine and sheep to spur an increase in the wealth of the county.

Location: Medina Ohio

Other Ohio Counties nearby:
(Ashland) Ashland County
(Cleveland) Cuyahoga County
(Sandusky) Erie County
(Chardon) Geauga County
(Norwalk) Huron County
(Elyria) Lorain County

09/30 Coming to The Medina area
The Big Tap-In Real Craft Beer Festival Boardman OH April20 The biggest craft beer fest between Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
Park Street Festival Columbus OH June7-8 So many Food Trucks, so little time! Bringing you the best & most diverse food trucks in all of Ohio, all in one place!
Italian American Summer Festival Berea OH June28-30 Bocce tournament, dancing with live entertainment at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
Upper Ohio Valley Italian Heritage Festival Wheeling WV July26-28 Bocce tournament, pasta exhibit, wine competition, entertainment.
Greater Youngstown Italian Fest Youngstown OH August2-4 The fest is a family-oriented event that offers a taste of the Italian heritage through performances by international recording artists, delicious food offered by the area’s finest vendors and restaurants, Italian games and more.
Tuscarawas County Italian-American Festival Dover OH August9-11 Our 24th Annual Festival Plate is honoring the 1962 Class A State Football Champions from Dennison Saint Mary's High School.