Bay Village

Rose Senior Living: Soup-er Social

Rose Senior Living in Avon is hosting a series of soup socials on November 7, 14 and 21. Join them from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Rose Pub and sample a variety of soups and enjoy a bowl of your favorite! Space is limited. For information or to RSVP call (440) 937-0757. See their ad below for details. Please ... Read More »

Rocket Gridders Make 6th Straight Playoff Appearance

For the 6th year in a row, the Bay Rockets Football team qualified for the OHSAA Playoffs. They will travel to Mansfield Senior High School this Friday, November 8. Kickoff will be at 7pm. Bay finished the regular season with a fine 7-3 record. Please follow and like us: Read More »

O’Neill Healthcare: Is Home Selling Stressing You Out?!

Learn from a Certified Residential Specialist how this process can become worry-free at O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village, 605 Bradley Rd., on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. presented by Jennifer Herron-Underwood, Howard Hanna. Front Lobby/Complimentary dinner • Stress relief raffles. Please RSVP to Gina Jakubowski by email at or call 440-348-5424 by November 11. Please follow and ... 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 »

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 »

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 »

Halloween Party at O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village treated the Community to a Halloween Costume Party on Wed., Oct. 16. Prizes were awarded to the 3 best costumes. Residents handed out Halloween goodies and treat bags. Everyone had a fun and festive time. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Labor of Love at Bay’s Lakeside Cemetery

Lakeside Cemetery in Bay Village is the resting place for many of the area’s founding fathers. Platted in 1814, headstones there carry names familiar to most who drive through the area: Cahoon, Wolf, Osborn, Foote and others. Each Memorial Day, the annual community parade from Cahoon Park finds its destination there, and city fathers gather with citizens to honor those ... Read More »

Light Up Bay Village for the Holiday Season

Once again this holiday season, the Christmas spirit will shine a little more brightly in Bay Village. The Bay Village Historical Society and the Bay Village Kiwanis are asking Bay Village residents and children of all ages to join them in celebrating an old-fashioned community Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 1, noon to 3 p.m. A kickoff to the holiday season, ... Read More »

Bay Village Education Foundation Awards Classroom Grants

The Bay Village Education Foundation awarded more than $15,000 in classroom grants, funding eight projects and benefiting all four K-12 Bay Village City Schools. At Bay High School, family and consumer sciences teacher Bridgit McFarland and two high school seniors, Ellie LaMotte and Sarah Sutherland, were awarded $573 for “One Rocket Nation Service Project.” The funds will purchase materials to create useful items ... Read More »