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Safely Viewing the Solar Eclipse

Dr. Beth Lin of Nuwave Vision in Westlake, Ohio reminds the community of important safety measures to prepare for the upcoming Eclipse. On April 8th, for the first time since 1806, our local neighborhoods will experience a Total Solar Eclipse, with darkness expected to occur for approximately 4 minutes. To avoid permanent vision damage, including retinal burns that can alter ... Read More »

A Wee Bit ‘O Fun

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village joined with the Avon Senior Center for a wee bit O’ fun at Joe’s Deli. All enjoyed an Irish lunch as they got into the St. Pattys Day Spirit! Please follow and like us: Read More »

Take Ownership of Your Health Insurance Plan

With the increasing cost of health insurance, individuals need to take greater ownership of their health insurance plan to ensure they have the right plan for themselves and their family. As an independent insurance agent, I have access to all the health insurance carriers in Ohio and will work with you to ensure you and your family have the highest ... Read More »

Sunset Strip Headlines BAYarts Concert

It was a great night at the Sally J. Otto Gallery (formerly Huntington Playhouse) at BAYarts last Friday night at a special indoor concert featuring Billy Morris and the Sunset Strip. Sponsored by The Keller Williams Lindsay Team, event proceeds support BAYarts’ mission to stimulate, encourage, and support professional and aspiring artists of all ages. Here’s a look at the ... Read More »

Black History Month Avon Wax Museum

In celebration of Black History Month, sixth-grade students at Avon Middle School researched historical figures and transformed into that person through dramatic play in a classroom “Wax Museum”. Students were dressed in character and prepared a monologue to share with guests visiting the museum. Some of the wax figures included Jackie Robinson, Kamala Harris, Michelle Obama, Simone Biles, Katherine Johnson ... Read More »

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Straight from the Heart

The Community West Foundation and Cleveland Clinic’s Fairview, Avon, and Lutheran Hospitals celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Straight from the Heart on Saturday, February 24th. Over 300 people gathered at the Aviator Event Center for dinner, drinks, dancing, and to witness the reveal of the 40-prize raffle winners. Attendees enjoyed a night of fun led by event emcee, Ahmaad Crump, ... Read More »

Century 21 DeAnna Realty: Wrestler of the Week

OHSAA Champions Congratulations to our area’s wrestlers who placed a the OHSAA Championships last week The Ohio State University. Props to Rejan Alhashash of Avon Lake, girls state champ 140 pounds, Ryan Bennett of St. Ed’s (Westlake resident) first at 144 pounds, Adam Butler of St. Ed’s, second at 132 pounds, and Westlake High’s Brad Cerankosky, 7th at 133 pounds. ... Read More »

27th Annual Tri-C High School Rock Off

The 27th Annual Tri-C High School Rock Off, powered by Mickey Thompson Tires and Wheels, Final Exam simply ROCKED at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame March 15. The winner? Inertia, a band composed of students from Avon, Avon Lake, Amherst, Bay and Olmsted Falls. It was an epic night filled with excitement as Inertia topped a list of ... Read More »

Yantek to be Recommended as Next Head Football Coach

Westlake Head Football Coach Jason Hall is stepping down after two years with the Demons. When coach Hall was approached two years ago to come back as head football coach, he made the commitment to help grow the program, but was transparent that he was not the long term solution. Coach Hall has put together a strong staff that includes ... Read More »

Juried Exhibition Opens at BAYarts

BAYarts annual Juried Exhibition opened last Friday with a spirited community reception in the Sullivan Family Gallery. Here are highlights from the event as well as this year’s winners: Best in Show: Donna Bargar, Someone Left a Note First Place: Mark Giangaspero, Angela Second Place: Dodie Bush, Canyon Dreams Third Place: John Flynn, Lost in Contemplation Honorable Mentions: Nancy Broadbent, ... Read More »