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Bay Students Raise $20,000 in St. Baldrick’s Day Fundraiser

Bay High School students challenged themselves and the community to once again, as they did last year, and hit the $20,000 mark in fundraising for St. Baldrick’s Foundation in March. Thirteen students and staff members volunteered to have their heads shaved as the dollars piled in over just four days, hitting $21,358.27 by the time their hair hit the floor. ... Read More »

Mercy to Host Nursing Recruitment Fair on April 15

Mercy is inviting current and graduating registered nurses to a Nursing Recruitment Fair on Wed., April 15 from 4 to 7p.m. The event, which will be held in the Ross Conference Rooms at Mercy Regional Medical Center, 3700 Kolbe Rd., is designed to introduce nurses to the many opportunities available at Mercy hospitals and facilities. Nurses will be treated to ... Read More »

Lipson O’Shea Legal Group – Law You Can Use

Do 50% Of Marriages End In Divorce? There are many popular beliefs about the chances of a marriage lasting or heading toward divorce. The most widely believed statistic is that one in two marriages end in divorce. According to a web site created by the State of Ohio, nine out of 1,000 marriages end in divorce each year In the ... Read More »

Ohio Dept of Natural Resources Predicts Good Fishing for 2015

Anglers in pursuit of Lake Erie’s sport fish should experience another successful year as they pursue a variety of fishing opportunities in 2015, according to Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). “Similar to 2014, we expect fishing to be good again this year, especially when you consider the mix of species and sizes that are seasonally available to Ohio anglers ... Read More »

Mark Your Calendar for ‘Special Needs Resource Event’

Lorain County Holds First Special Needs Resource Day Event Community invited to learn about resources for special needs children Lorain County will hold its first special needs resource day event on Tuesday, April 28.  The free event is open to all in the community and will be held from 5:30pm- 7:30pm at Deluca’s Place in the Park, 6075 Middle Ridge ... Read More »

Westlake Police: Nixle Leads to Return of Alzheimer’s Patient

A North Olmsted man suffering from Alzheimer’s wandered away from his residence near the Westlake city line on April 1 at approximately 1 pm. In case he had walked into Westlake, Westlake Police sent out a missing person BOLO (Be On the Lookout) via the Nixle messaging system at 3:51 PM. A neighbor of the missing man received that Nixle ... Read More »

Bay Village Police: Better Safe Than Sorry

On April 3 , at 1024 hours, a resident in the 29000 block of Osborn called Bay Village Police to report his neighbors were not home and there were two vans in the driveway.  There were several people that were removing items from the house.  When officers arrived on scene they discovered the homeowner was moving, and the people at ... Read More »

Community West Foundation SocksPlus Initiative is Huge Success at 78th St. Studios

Hundreds of guests were inspired to make a difference as Cleveland artists and performers shared their talents on Friday, March 20, at 78th Street Studios in support of Community West Foundation’s SocksPlus initiative. The SocksPlus effort uniquely targets support for Cleveland’s homeless through donations of the basic necessities of life. The exciting and inspiring event was a huge success. It ... Read More »

Slider – ing Into Spring!

There was a big turnout at The Gardens at Westlake Monday afternoon as the senior living community hosted an Indians kick-off party featuring a meet and greet with Tribe mascot Slider. Hot dogs, nachos, hot pretzels and beverages set the stage for the opening of the 2015 Major League Baseball season. Plain Dealer columnist Bill Livingston was also on hand ... Read More »

Westlake Town Criers Easter Egg Hunt

Westlake Town Criers hosted the 2015 Westlake City Easter Egg Hunt and Candy Scramble at the Westlake Recreation Center Saturday, March 28. There were two candy scrambles, the first at 1 p.m. for those ages 4 through 6, and the second at 1:30  for the 7-10 year olds. Kids scrambled for wrapped candy and also for special eggs redeemable for ... Read More »