Monthly Archives: July 2013

Triumph for the Cure Celebrates 20 Years

Turning greens to pink, the annual Triumph for the Cure Golf Scramble to benefit the Breast Health Center, Moll Pavilion at Fairview Hospital was a hit again this year as this signature summer event celebrated 20 years at Westwood Country Club. Thanks to the combined efforts and generosity of many, the outing raises funds that are critical to breast cancer ... Read More »

Westlake Police Blotter

A 56-year-old FL woman who is a live-in caretaker for a Woodmill Dr. man failed to appreciate his kindness on July 21 at 2:52PM. She had been drinking and arguing with him; he called WPD and asked that she be taken to a local hotel. She got a room, but took a cab back to the house 2 hours later ... Read More »

Tri-C’s Massive Open Online Course Earns National Distinction

First MOOC to Receive QM Recognition Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) was the first community college inthe nation to launch a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – free online classes to help high school students pass developmental math, also known as remedial math, before they enter college. Tri-C’s MOOC was also the first in the nation to earn Quality MattersTM recognition ... Read More »

Mercy Welcomes New Physicians

Mercy welcomes family medicine physician Martin DuFour, M.D. and cardiologist Ismail Ahmed, M.D. Mercy is pleased to welcome new physicians Martin DuFour, M.D. and Ismail Ahmed, M.D. Dr. DuFour is a primary care physician who is board certified in family medicine. Dr. DuFour joins Drs. Dennis E. Carson and Charyse McMillion at the Mercy Primary Care office in Oberlin. Dr. ... Read More »

Bay Police Blotter July 22nd, 2013

On 07/18/2013, at 0037 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near Porter Creek for a traffic violation.  After speaking with the driver, the officer suspected the 23 yoa male driver had been drinking.  Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the driver was arrested for OVI.  He will face charges at RRMC. On 07/14/2013, ... Read More »

Bay Musical Alums to Play Savannah

Bay Village was recently named one of the best communities for music education, and the talents of two Bay High alumni and the daughter of another will be featured Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Savannah Bar & Grille. Bay High Alumni Susan Fletcher and Robert Lloyd Peeples, along with Rachel Roberts, daughter of Bay High alumna Catherine Robison-Ranney, will present ... Read More »

Arlington National Cemetery Program in Avon Lake

HALLOWED GROUND: ARLINGTON CEMETERY Join us at the American Legion Post 211, 31972 Walker Road, Avon Lake, Ohio to listen to Art Hildebrandt talk on the “Hallowed Ground: Arlington Cemetery” over a 3 night period, beginning on August 13 through August 15, 2013.  Each talk will be one hour in length, beginning at 7 p.m. in the dining hall of ... Read More »

The Village Project Expands in Bay

The Village Project is excited to announce the upcoming renovation of and move to its new home at 27378 West Oviatt Road in Bay Village. Over the past two and a half years, The Village Project, formerly known as The Village Food Project, has worked in harmony with individuals, businesses, civic organizations, schools, churches, and the city to serve over ... Read More »

Lorain County Breastfeeding Coalition hosts Second Annual 5K Milk Run

  The Lorain County Breastfeeding Coalition (LCBC) is pleased to be celebrating World Breastfeeding Week by hosting the Second Annual 5K Milk Run and 1 Mile Family  Fun Run/Walk.  This event will take place on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at Lorain   County Community College with on-site registration starting at 8 AM.  The 5K goes off at 9 AM and ... Read More »

14th “Community of Fine Arts” showcases 57 artists

The “Community of Fine Arts” opens on August 5 and continues for public viewing through August 17 at Westlake Porter Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road, during library hours.  For the second year in a row, CFA, a juried art show presented annually by the Westlake-Westshore Arts Council, set a record for the largest collection of works since it began 14 ... Read More »