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Baird Private Wealth Management: Imagine. The Future Can Be Brighter

To make a real difference, you need more than good intentions. Determination, a plan and partners who share your passion can help make your vision a reality. When it comes to creating a brighter future for the community we share, Baird is with you every step of the way. Talk to Chip Krueger, Director 200 Public Swuare, Suite 1650, Cleveland, ... Read More »

Bay Boy’s Soccer Defeats Buckeye

Boys Soccer defeats Buckeye 4-0! District Champs!! Bay lost to Lexington, 2-1, in OT in the regional finals to conclude an outstanding season that also brought a Great Lakes Conference title with a 7-0-0 record. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Seniors Helping Seniors: Caring for Older Parents

You care about your aging parents. And yet, sometimes, you just don’t know the best way to help them remain independent. Seniors Helping Seniors® in-home services is an exceptional program of care and compassion that matches those who want to provide services with seniors who are looking for help. Companionship • Personal Grooming and Dressing • Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care ... Read More »

Bay Cross Country Team is Fourth at State

The Bay High Boys Cross Country Team finished 4th at the OHSAA State Cross Country Championships last Saturday in Columbus with a score of 166. Leading the team was Khaled Hamil, who placed 14th with a time of 16:11.3.  Other runners competing were Will Warren (27th, 16:26.0), Jacob Feicks (57th, 16:49.1), Jude Ault (62nd, 16:50.4), Kenzie Deibel (102nd, 17:18.5), Luke ... Read More »

Heaven is Real and You Can Get There

What in the world was Don Piper doing in Westlake last Sunday? After all, he died more than 30 years ago in a Texas automobile accident when his car was run over by an 18-wheeler. A passing minister received permission to enter the wreck after 4 EMTs on the scene failed to resuscitate Piper. After 90 minutes, the minister stopped ... Read More »

Avon Lake Welcomes $900 Million Ford Investment to Community

The City of Avon Lake last week announced that the Ford Motor Co. is planning to invest $900 million into the Ohio Assembly Plant located in the community at 650 Miller Road. “The City of Avon Lake is very pleased that Ford chose the Ohio Truck Plant in Avon Lake to build a new product line in Northeast Ohio,” said ... Read More »

UH St. John Walkers Top 30,000 Miles!

UH St. John Medical Center’s Community Outreach Department continued to promote and inspire better health with their 6th annual Walking and Wellness Challenge. This year, eight local communities gathered enthusiastic teams that collectively walked 60,826,019 steps (over 30,000 miles) in a 6-week period. “Each year has expanded to include new communities and this year was more fun than ever before,” ... Read More »

Cooking Demo at The Normandy Senior Living

Thanks to everyone who came out to The Normandy Breakwater Apartments for their cooking demonstration last month with their Chef/Food Service Director Matt Orear. There was a great turnout and everyone was well-fed with some delicious chicken and dumplings. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Straight Talk on the Nagel-Detroit Roundabout Plan

Avon City Councilperson Tammy Holtzmeier reports that a roundabout will be coming to the Detroit-Nagel Road intersection. In a recent edition of the Villager, the headline states the roundabout is planned for the Lear-Detroit intersection. It is actually the Nagel-Detroit intersection. Clearly, it’s time for some straight talk on the Lear Road, Nagel Road, and Lear-Nagle Road history of names. ... Read More »

Avon Girls Basketball Visits Avon Place

Thank you Lara Reed & The Avon Girls Travel Basketball Team for playing bingo on Pathways Sunday, November 3rd. Avon Place Celebrates Halloween Staff from Bridges celebrated Halloween at Avon Place.     Please follow and like us: Read More »