Monthly Archives: March 2017

Westlake ‘Plant Crafters’ Auction is Sat., April 1

Rosen & Co. Inc./Buddy Barton Auctions will sell the assets of Plant Crafters Garden Center at live public auction on Saturday, April 1st at 10AM.  After 30 years on Center Ridge Rd, the Burnett family has decided to retire.   Known for their high-quality home decor and gift items, the owners Molly and Bruce Burnett will miss the generations of ... Read More »

Multiple Vehicle Fires Reported in Avon Lake

On 3.29.17, the Avon Lake Police Department responded to  multiple reports of vehicles with fire damage. The first incident, residents on 251 Fay Ave reported hearing a loud noise outside their house in the early morning hours. Officers responded and found that a car was on fire in the driveway. The fire was extinguished by ALFD and the scene was ... Read More »

WHS Sophomore to Debut 2nd Short Film at CIFF

WHS sophomore Katie Cirincione will have a film featured in the Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) for the second year in a row. Her short film, “Just One Drop,” is about the large impact that little things have on the world. It will be featured in the “Family” and “Shorts” screenings. Katie will talk to high school students about her ... Read More »

Tri-C’s Corporate College Now Offers American Society for Quality Certification Courses

Registration Open for Training at Westlake Location Registration is now open for American Society for Quality (ASQ) certification courses offered by Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) at its Corporate College® location in Westlake. Course offerings include Certified Quality Technician (CQT); Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE); Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA); Certified Quality Engineer (CQE); and Certified Quality Auditor (CQA). Certification ... Read More »

Westlake Science Olympiad Teams Place 1st in Regional Tournament

The Westlake Science Olympiad teams placed first at the Regional Tournament held March 4 at St. Ignatius High School, qualifying both teams to compete at the State Science Olympiad Tournament on April 1 at The Ohio State University. Both the Division B (7th to 9th grade) and Division C (10th to 12th grade) teams placed first in their respective divisions ... Read More »

Step Back to the Elegance of “1900’s High Fashion”

Step back to remember an exciting and elegant past through “1900’s High Fashion,” the latest exhibit at Rose Hill Museum, presented by the Bay Village Historical Society. The exhibit, which opens on Apr. 9 and runs through Nov. 12, features a variety of formal attire, including exquisite wedding gowns. After viewing, “1900’s High Fashion,” one can only hope that what ... Read More »

Westlake 6th Grader Earns Perfect Score on Wordmasters Test

Dover Intermediate School sixth grade student Roman Lucarelli earned a perfect score in the second of three meets in this year’s WordMasters Challenge, a national vocabulary competition. Competing in the Blue Division of the challenge, Roman earned a perfect score of 20. Nationally, only 39 sixth-grade students achieved this result. WordMasters is an exercise in critical thinking that encourages students ... Read More »

UPDATE – Magic Gives Back – Presented by Avon High School Football

Avon High School Football proudly presents Magic Gives Back, a production that has been featured on The Tonight Show, Shark Tank and Ellen DeGeneres! This is a Las Vegas-style magic show for all ages, combining visual effects, illusions, comedy and mind-blowing magic! It features world-renowned magician, Rick Smith Jr., and his team of dancers, jugglers, strongmen and more! Sunday, April 30 – 1 p.m. & 4 ... Read More »

WHS Math Club Takes 2nd Place in Regional Mathematics Tournament

The Westlake High School Math Club earned the second place regional award for the 2017 Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics (OCTM) State Tournament held in February at Lorain High School. Students winning the team award and scoring individually on the site’s Top 20 list include juniors Ryan Karpuszka, Cory DuBois, Donovan DuBois and sophomore Mihir Shetty. Ryan’s individuals score ... Read More »

Representative Greenspan Announces Passage of Legislation to Protect Ohio’s Vulnerable Populations

State Representative Dave Greenspan (R-Westlake) yesterday announced that the Ohio House has passed legislation to help protect Ohio’s seniors and other unsuspecting populations against deceptive marketing practices. House Bill 52 makes several reforms to regulate the solicitation of real property deeds. House Bill 52, sponsored by Rep. Jeff Rezabek (R-Clayton), comes in response to deed solicitation scams plaguing many Ohioans, ... Read More »