Bay Village

Bay Village Named a 2021 ‘Best Community for Music Education’

Bay Village City School District has Received this Honor Annually Since 2003. Standards for inclusion on the prestigious Best Communities for Music Education list have increased consistently over the last 19 years, but the Bay Village City School District has once again been honored for its exemplary music program. First recognized with the distinction in 2003 — and each year ... Read More »

Healthy Smile: I Don’t Want to Lose My Partial Denture

by Jeffrey Gross, DDS, FAGD of The Healthy Smile My new patient began our meeting with that statement. He wore an upper partial denture for many years. Whenever we see someone who uses a partial denture for an extended time, many changes occur to that dental appliance. At times we see decay on the teeth that hold the partial denture in ... Read More »

2021 Bay Village Schools National Merit Finalists

In October of 2020, Bay Village Schools announced that 11 Bay High School students were recognized in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Program (NMSP), including Semifinalists Thomas Beckwith, James Bish and Samuel Ferry. Bay High School Principal Jason Martin was recently notified by NMSP that these three Semifinalists have all advanced to Finalist standing in the 66th annual competition. These ... Read More »

Letter to the Public: O’Neill Healthcare’s Statement to Governor DeWine

Governor Mike DeWine got it wrong. During his 3/25/21 press conference, he presented a list of facilities that did not participate in the Vaccine Maintenance Program. He erroneously included three of O’Neill Healthcare’s Assisted Living facilities: North Ridgeville, Bay Village, and Lakewood. O’Neill Healthcare was honored to be among the first nursing homes and assisted living facilities to receive the ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Crazy Socks Day Information courtesy of the City of Westlake Police Department Facebook, www.facebook.com/westlakepolice World Down Syndrome Day is March 21 and Westlake Police joined in the Up Side of Downs Crazy Socks movement to commemorate the occasion. Why Crazy Socks? Why March 21? Because March 21 is a special day because Down syndrome is caused by duplication of the ... Read More »

Thank You Bay Village from the Knickerbocker: Old Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard Was a Success

I would like to say thank you to all the Bay Village residents and those from the surrounding communities, our 4 supporting churches: Bay United Methodist, Bay Presbyterian, Bethesda on the Bay and Christ Church Westshore Anglican, the 6 Bay High School students:  Cullen Gergye, Ashten Price, Brock Pickett, Kaden Ullom, Hayden Coffman and Jack Nageotte, who unloaded all the ... Read More »

Bay Village Schools Launches ‘Diversity Champion Certificate Program’ with Tri-C’s Cor-porate College

By Karen Uthe Semancik When Dr. Holly Schafer was hired as Bay Village City School District’s first-ever director of human resources in June of 2019, one of her first goals was to create a more holistic approach in developing faculty and staff in the areas of culture, diversity and hiring. Schafer soon reached out to Cuyahoga Community College and its ... Read More »

Bay Village Branch Library Breaks Ground

The sun shone brightly the morning of March 24 as the Cuyahoga County Public Library (CCPL) broke ground for the construction of a new Bay Village Branch. The new, approximately 17,000-square-foot branch will replace CCPL’s existing Bay Village Branch, located at 502 Cahoon Road. The estimated cost of construction is $9.2 million. The new building will occupy the former Bay ... Read More »

New Bay Village Library Ground-Breaking

Goodbye, Bay Way, Hello Library! Wednesday, March 24th at 11:00 am, 27400 Wolf Rd. You are invited to join Cuyahoga County Public Library as we break ground for the new Bay Village Branch at the former site of the Bayway Cabin. The event will be outdoors with social distancing. Masks will be required. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Bay Students Stir Up Hope

Bay Schools Visual Arts Teacher Grace Outcalt created a collaborative art project for her Kindergarten and Bay High School students that involved about 200 paint stir sticks, pastel paint colors for spring and positive messages. Photos of the finished project are shared here. You can see this amazing window display first hand, hanging at The Print Shop store at Wolf ... Read More »