Bay Village

Academic Awards: Local Students Receive Tri-C Honors Program Fellowships

Program Provides Scholarships that Cover Tuition, Fees and Books Six students from communities covered by The Villager have been selected for Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Honors Program Fellowships, which offer high-achieving students scholarships to cover tuition, fees and books as they work toward an associate degree. Scholarship recipients, listed by hometown, include: Bay Village: Haley Sathre Fairview Park: Taiylor Sloan ... Read More »

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village: What Does Medicare Pay For?

Join O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village for a Lunch & Learn “What Does Medicare Pay For?” on Wednesday, August 21, 12:00 p.m. Presented by Shelley Reddy, Kaz Company in the Front Lobby. Please RSVP to Kayleen Farley at 440-348-5424 by August 19. Please follow and like us: Read More »

St. Raphael Catholic Church: Got Questions About Life?

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of Christian faith. Each session includes a meal, a movie and meaningful conversation. Childcare is available and dinner is included for children. Open to the Public – Free. Tuesdays from Sept. 10 thru Nov. 19, 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Pre-register at: or email: (Registration helpful but ... Read More »

God Cares Picnic Brings Summer Fun

A highlight of the summer season is the annual God Cares Summer Picnic hosted at Westlake’s St. Paul Lutheran Church for residents of the area’s long-term care facilities. God Cares is an Avon Lake-based ministry. It is a special, mission-based organization started in 1994. It has since made a difference in the lives of thousands and its Summer Picnic has ... Read More »

2019 Bay Alumni Foundation Hall of Fame to Induct Six

The Bay High School Alumni Foundation is proud to announce the names of the Distinguished Alumni and Distinguished Educators who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame during Homecoming weekend 2019. The Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Award was established in 1987 to honor those alumni who have realized great achievements and served their communities well in their years ... Read More »

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village LUNCH & LEARN, July 23

O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village presents a lunch & learn titled “A Chosen Few…What Does it Mean to be a VA Contracted Facility?” on Tuesday, July 23 at 12 p.m. Presented by Candy Sanson, Administrator, O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village. Please RSVP to Kayleen Farley at 440-348-5424 by July 22. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Bay Days Car Show

A Classic Car Show is a long-standing tradition of Bay Village’s Bay Days celebration over the Fourth of July weekend. This year’s Classic Car Show was held on July 5 as DJ Cadillac Mike warmed up the crowd with a sonic parade of Oldies but Goodies. Car fans had a chance to see all sorts of internal combustion collectibles, from ... Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

Too Much Fourth! Do Not Go Forth on the Fourth with a Fifth…or you may not go forth on the Fifth! So true for so many…. – On July 3, at 1:20am, Bay Village Police responded to a loud noise complaint in the 24000 block of Knickerbocker Road. Upon arrival, the homeowner’s 18 year old son answered the door. Officers discovered ... Read More »

And All That Jazz!

The M2B2 Jazz Band practices at O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village twice a month. Community visitors and residents alike love to hear them play. The residents at O’Neill Healthcare often sing with the band. This week the Jazz Band invited the residents to join them at the Brother’s Lounge and perform. They rocked and the crowd went wild! What a fun ... Read More »

Knickerbocker Apartments Celebrates the Fourth

Celebrating the 4th of July with a pizza party, the seniors in the Knickerbocker Apartments were serenaded by Mary Beth Ions, the local, famous violinist. Mary Beth entertained with tunes they all knew and great stories that brought smiles to everyone’s faces. It was a nice change of pace while the residents are dealing with the building renovation. Please follow ... Read More »