Bay Village

Healthy Smile: What Is the Right Number of Implants?

by Jeffrey Gross, DDS, FAGD of The Healthy Smile When you think about the question, isn’t it strange? The rule that we use involves replacing a single tooth with an implant. I follow this dictum many times during the week in my office. I remove a hopeless tooth, and then I immediately insert an implant into that area. One tooth goes ... Read More »

Sidewalk Art Inspires Hope and Spirits in Bay Village

The noble heart of humankind has always been inspired by art. In Bay Village near the corner of Ashton Lane, Bassett Road neighbors Lizzie Durny and Stacey Gepperth have been sending messages of hope with sidewalk art all summer. An evolving montage of chalk art has inspired passers-by for months. “Stacey and I are good friends,” Lizzie said. “We like ... Read More »

New Look at Cleveland Metroparks Huntington Reservation

Work is underway on the second phase of the Huntington Reservation Enhancement Project that includes an all new concession building, a sunset picnic plaza that will overlook the shoreline, as well as new siding on the historic water tower. The new concession building will bring back the historic feel of the pagoda style building that first served visitors at Huntington ... Read More »

Fill This House Donation Drive

The Bay United Methodist Women are sponsoring a donation drive for Fill This House on October 1, 3, and 4. Fill This House is a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving living conditions of local youth aging out of the foster care system. By providing household needs for the transitioning youth to independent housing, Fill This House delivers support in a manner ... Read More »

Bay Village Schools Offers In-building Instruction the Week of September 14

Superintendent Jodie Hausmann announced today, Tuesday, September 8, that after two weeks of eLearning, the datapoints are favorable (district, city and county data and alert systems), and the district will experience its inaugural In-building mode the week of September 14. Students who chose eLearning for the entire first nine weeks of the semester will continue to log in to Google ... Read More »

City of Bay Village September Events – Wolf Road Closure

Wolf Road Closure Beginning Tuesday, September 8th, Wolf Rd. will be closed to thru traffic from Cahoon Rd. to just east of the Bay Middle School exit for several weeks while an underground gas well in the road is plugged. The remnants of the closed gas well were discovered by the Service Department last year and reported to the Ohio ... Read More »

Bay Schools: Welcome Class of 2033

We welcome the Class of 2033 to our One Rocket Nation Family! Today, Kindergartners enjoyed small-group, socially distant tours of their new school. www.facebook.com/bayvillageschools Please follow and like us: Read More »

Take a Walk….

Lots of walking is the order of the day in Bay Village, and walking options will only be getting better in the community. Thanks to the city’s long-term master planning, work is already going on in the Rose Hill area and Bay Point (across the creek from the Boat Club) that are bring exciting changes to the community. Thanks to ... Read More »

Library on Hold

A Message to Bay Village Residents – Library Update With Cuyahoga County Public Library’s 27 branches back open to the public, many are curious about the status of the new Bay Village Branch project. Due to pandemic related reductions in the state funding, the Library systems suffered a $5 million loss in revenue for calendar year 2020. This reduction is ... Read More »

Bay Sailors Score in Cup Win

Amazing! 12 kids (7 From Bay Village) sailed impressively in BIG Leukemia Cup wind and waves! 1st place team fundraising with over $23k! Bay participants included R. Mansuetto, J. & A. Vanderhorst, K. & M. Keane, E. Petrigan, and J. Mack. Please follow and like us: Read More »