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Community West Foundation Awards Over a Million in Third Quarter Grants

The Community West Foundation Board of Directors approved $930,000 in third quarter grants to nonprofit agencies that are located in Cleveland, Western Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties. An additional $142,000 was distributed through their Community Impact Fund bringing the grand total to $1,072,000. The Community Impact Fund was established for donors who want to invest alongside Community West’s mission knowing that ... Read More »

Thank You, Safety Forces

The good folks at Concord Reserve in Westlake are grateful to the Westlake Police and Fire personnel who keep us all safe each and every day. Concord said ‘thank you’ to these people in the afternoon last week as they invited them for a delicious lunch of barbeque ribs. “You are always welcome here,” said Concord. “We like it when ... Read More »

Health Talk at Huntington Woods

Huntington Woods Rehabilitation Center in Westlake was the site of an important Health Talk Tuesday afternoon. About 40 guests enjoyed a complimentary lunch and learned about atrial fibrillation from medical expert and health consultant Tom Strong. Mr. Strong started with an overview of healthy heart function and then went into detail about the causes of atrial fibrillation and its management. ... Read More »

Community West Foundation Grantee Spotlight: Chair-ity

When I was a little kid, I vividly remember repeatedly asking my parents if I could have a younger sibling (even though I already had two older brothers). I realize how lofty of a request that was now that I am a mom of two. Maria Paparella asked her parents the same question when she was a little kid, but ... Read More »

Happy 105th, George Chanter!

George Chanter, a resident at Concord Reserve at 2115 Dover Center in Westlake, marked an incredible milestone last week as he celebrated his 105th birthday. Friends, family, staff and guests gathered as George, surrounded by festive birthday signs, celebrated with pizza and cake. “We topped off Dad’s significant birthday that evening with dinner at Pier W,” reported his daughter, Susan ... Read More »

Keystone Pointe Celebrates 15 Years!

Keystone Pointe Health and Rehabilitation celebrates its 15th anniversary! This milestone isn’t just about years; it’s about the bonds, laughter, and support that have transformed this premier facility into a truly caring home. “We extend a heartfelt thank you to our residents, families, dedicated staff, and our community for their unwavering support. Together, we’ve created a place of compassion, love, ... Read More »

Bay High School has 4 Students Recognized in 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program

Bay Village City School District is proud to announce that four students have been recognized in the 2024 National Merit® Scholarship Program, an annual academic competition for recognition and college undergraduate scholarships. James Kelly and Faith Teutschbein have been named Semifinalists, and Owen Appenheimer and Ewan Moss are recognized as Commended students. All are seniors at Bay High School. These ... Read More »

AHS Students Clean Gravestones

Several members of the Avon High School Leo Club participated in an Avon Center Cemetery Gravestone Cleaning Project for the City of Avon Landmarks Preservation Commission on Saturday, Sept. 23. Several students were onsite assisting with the cleanup of gravestones.  The cemetery is located right at the corner of SR 83 and Detroit Roads. Cynthia A. Murnyack-Czarnecki, a member of ... Read More »

Bay’s Village Green Contract to GroundWorks Land Design

An exciting plan for central Bay Village is the coming Village Green Project which will occupy the greenspace between the library and City Hall. City Council has been in receipt of bids for work. The one recommended by Infrastructure Manager Curtis Krakowski is with Ground Works Land Design. City Council reports that GroundWorks, a Bay Village company headed by Bay ... Read More »

Three Westshore Physicians Plan Medical Mission to Ukraine

UH Urologists to perform surgery on trauma patients in mission trip facilitated by Ukrainian-born UH doctor; UH also sending ambulance stocked with supplies Three University Hospitals Urology Institute physicians are traveling to Ukraine in October to perform pelvic surgeries on trauma patients injured in the ongoing war with Russia. UH also is supporting the mission by sending a donated ambulance ... Read More »