Polichena auto dealeris taken over by HaaszPolichena Motors in Rav-enna, which announced re-cently it was closing, re-opened June 13 as a Jeep Superstore with a full line of warranty service for all Chrysler new cars and all lines of used cars.Kevin Haasz, the new owner, is the former owner of Ray Thomas Chrysler-Jeep in Cuyahoga Falls, which he recently sold to Falls Chrysler Jeep.Haasz said his new dealership will continue to be called Polichena Motors, but will change its name sometime this summer to reflect more accurately the new ownership."I'm happy for the community we were able to reach an agreement," said former owner Jeff Poli-chena.Haasz brings 20 years of experience in the business with him. He started in the business in 1987 as a salesman to help pay for his college education.Robinson physiciansare named 'top docs'Four Robinson Memorial Hospital physicians recently were named in Northern Ohio Live's Top Docs 2007.It is a resource guide to area physicians in more than 40 specialties, who were judged "best" by their peers. According to the magazine, the "guide was re-searched and compiled by Castle Conolly Medical, which follows a rigorous screening process to select top doctors on national and regional levels."The following were honored: Dr. Jen-Nan Yuh, colorectal surgery; Dr. David L. Weldy, family medicine; Dr. Robert W. Egdell, obstetrics and gynecology; and Dr. Mitchell L. Fromm, radiation oncology."We're very proud of the Robinson Memorial Hospital medical staff, and this recognition is reflective of the high quality of services provided to all of our patients," said President and CEO Stephen Colecchi.Little Tikes lays off 50,hopes to stay in areaDespite the recent layoffs of 50 employees at Little Tikes in Hudson, the CEO of its parent company said he has no plans to move the entire plant from the city anytime soon -- though he did not rule out the possibility down the road.MGA Entertainment CEO Isaac Larian confirmed June 11 that 50 workers, mainly from the customer service department, received pink slips at the Terex Road facility.Larian said those who are being laid off will remain on the job for 90 days while the company works to help them find new employment.Hudson Communications Manager Jody Roberts said MGA Entertainment has told the city it may move its Little Tikes operations to Los Angeles or Mexico, though Larian said he hoped to maintain the facility in Ohio.Larian said the future location of the facility really depends on how well the company does financially.