Monthly Archives: July 2015

$2.3K in Copper Swiped from AG Job Site

The two persons depicted are suspects in a B&E which resulted in the loss of $2300 worth of copper wire and tools on July 24 around 8PM, report Westlake Police. The items were taken from the American Greetings jobsite on Crocker Rd. after the duo broke into an electrical room. Anyone who can ID the suspects should call Westlake PD  at ... Read More »

Sheffield Teen Awarded $2,000 Scholarship for Years of Volunteering

As a recent graduate of St. Edward High School, Sheffield Village resident Nick Morris is looking forward to college at The Ohio State University this fall.  He’ll have help with the tuition since he was chosen for the 1st Annual Shining Light Charity Volunteer Scholarship. Morris is being awarded this $2,000 scholarship for his proven dedication to Youth Challenge and its ... Read More »

Chicks Against Hunger 6th Annual Summer Food Drive

Summer is a time where food banks don’t receive as many donations as they would around holiday time.  Chicks Against Hunger (CAH) is proud to keep the tradition of our Summer food drive.  This is our 6th year and hope that you will help us spread the word.  Attached is the flyer with all the details. Date:  Sunday August 9th Time:  Noon ... Read More »

Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs Warns Residents of New Version of Grandparent Scam

CLEVELAND – The Cuyahoga County Department of Consumer Affairs is warning residents about a costly new version of the grandparent scam, which uses iTunes as the form of payment. A 79-year-old Cuyahoga County woman is indebted $7,000 after a scammer posed as her granddaughter. The “granddaughter” called stating that she was in jail and then handed the call off to an ... Read More »

Avon Early Childhood PTA Membership Drive Aug. 11

AVON, Ohio – The Avon Early Childhood PTA (AECPTA) is looking to add new members, as well as renew current members during the club’s annual Membership Drive scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 11 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Schwartz Road Park Pavilion in Avon. Families are encouraged to turn out for a fun event which will feature ice cream, ... Read More »

Westlake Recreation Department Fall Sports

August signals the annual approach to football season. Be it traditional tackle or the less hectic flag, Westlake has an option for you. The Westlake Youth Football Association offers 2 divisions of tackle, 3rd/4th Grade & 5th/6th Grade. The WYFA competes in the Little SWC with teams from Lakewood to Avon, Fairview to Olmsted Falls making up the competition. Westlake ... Read More »

Cleveland Man Found Guilty on 30 Charges in Dover Gardens Crash

A Cleveland man was found guilty Thursday of stealing a truck and driving it into a Westlake bar packed with people, badly injuring 13 of them. A Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court jury found Brandon Pawlak, 27, guilty on 30 of the 32 counts he faced, including aggravated robbery, aggravated vehicular assault, failure to comply with the orders of a ... Read More »

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Rt. 611 Lanes Reduced

Starting Friday, July 31, SR 611 at the I-90 overpass will be restricted to one lane of traffic in each direction so they can install the right turn only lanes onto I-90.  Duration for this part of the project is 6 weeks. Read More »

St. John Medical Center Golf Classic Supports Community Health Mission

The 2nd annual St. John Medical Center Golf Classic was a success at Red Tail Golf Club on Mon., July 27. More than 100 community-minded participants shared their time, talent and treasure in support of SJMC’s community health mission. “Thanks to your generosity, and that of your companies, we have made the 2nd annual SJMC Golf Classic a tremendous success,” ... Read More »

COFA Offers Colorful Palette

The works of 35 artists, amateur and professional, were accepted for judging and display at the 16th annual Community of Fine Arts, a juried art show presented by the Westlake-Westshore Arts Council.  This show is open for public viewing August 3 through 29 at Westlake Porter Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road, during library hours.  The nearly 80 original works are ... Read More »