Buzzing with life and pride, the Medina Square symbolizes political history, captures social community, and contains a key location for business and bargain. The brick building we know today to be Lemonberry can be found in the 1920’s as a shoe…

The Gulf War began in 1990 in response to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait, becoming a concern because they are a major oil supplier to the United States. The invasion also posed a threat of taking over the neighboring nation of Saudi Arabia, another…

A warm summer day, there are festivities all along the Square, people are joyfully shouting to one another, children are playing and there is a nice breeze. A bandana flows lazily from a pole stuck in a beech tree stump-Medina's first American flag.…