Monthly Archives: October 2015

Bay High Football Team Claims GLC Championship

The Bay High football team claimed a share of the Great Lakes Conference championship last night with a  17-0 win over Parma at Bay Memorial Stadium. The win gave Bay an outstanding 9-1 record as the regular season drew to a close. Bay likely will likely travel to Ashland for first round playoff action in the OHSAA Div. III Region ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Reefer Madness in Fairview Park Fairview Park Police were sent to North Park Drive on a report of a male acting strange – talking to himself, yelling and throwing his jacket on the ground on Oct. 25. The first officer on scene approached the male and recognized him from past dealings. He could smell marijuana from the subject’s person and ... Read More »

Wellness at a Glance/Events for Community Outreach

St. John Medical Center Community Outreach Nurses’ Health Tip: New research suggests that routinely wearing a pedometer encourages people to walk about an extra mile each day, lose weight, and lower their blood pressure and cholesterol. Aim for at least 30 minutes of brisk walking and a total of 10,000 steps per day. – M. Kiczek RN BSN Free Bone Density ... Read More »

Landmark Lawn & Garden Supply

A True “One-Stop Shop” for Home, Lawn, and Pet Needs Landmark Lawn & Garden Supply is a one-stop shop for home, lawn and pet needs. Every season brings a reason for customers to benefit from the high-quality products, great values and personalized service they find at Landmark stores. Truly a trusted name, Landmark started as a Co-Op in 1934 and ... Read More »

Pet Contest is Halloween Hit at Crocker Park

It was a full day of fun at Crocker Park Saturday as Halloween was celebrated in a big way with food trucks, trick or treating with kids and, best of all, a gala Pet Costume Contest. Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough was joined by Q104’s Average Joe and Tiffani Tucker of Cleveland 19 News as they put on the dogs (and ... Read More »

SJMC’s William A. Young to Head Southwest General

St. John Medical Center President and CEO William A. Young, Jr. will be leaving his post at SJMC to join Southwest Community Health System in Middleburg Hts. in January. The news came last week in an announcement from Richard A. Hanson, President, University Hospitals Community Hospitals and Ambulatory Network. “It is with mixed emotions that we announce William A. Young, ... Read More »

Bay Village Police: Citizen Alerts Lead to OVI Arrests

Thanks to calls from concerned drivers, Bay Village Police were able to take two motorists off the road this week who failed field sobriety tests. On Sat., Oct. 25 at 3:03 a.m., a motorist called in a possible intoxicated driver that was traveling westbound on Lake Rd. in the area of Huntmere.  Officers stopped the vehicle on Lake Rd. near ... Read More »

Westlake Senior Loses $4900 to Scammers

The need to keep senior citizens and other vulnerable residents safe from telephone scammers remains important in our communities. Westlake Police report that an 80-year-old Brick Mill run woman has lost $4900 to scammers recently. The calls originated from Jamaica and the victim was told that she had won a sweepstakes and had to send cash via the US mail. ... Read More »

Medicare Open Enrollment Is Here

Here’s What You Need To Know Fall is the perfect time to take care of things around the house and prepare for those long winter nights. As the season’s chore list grows, you may be tempted to stick with your current Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Part D prescription drug plan. But that plan may no longer be your best ... Read More »

Community West Foundation ‘Art of Caring’ Award Winner

Dr. James and Lois Magisano: Doing Well by Doing Good Community West Foundation annually honors excellence in giving by presenting the prestigious Art of Caring Award. The award celebrates the exceptional generosity, commitment and outstanding community support embraced by each year’s winner. 2015 award winners are Dr. James and Lois Magisano, west side philanthropists who have made giving an integral ... Read More »