Bay Village

Bay Schools/Police to Hold Crisis Training

The Bay Village Police Department and the Bay Village School District will be conducting crisis response training at Bay High School on Thursday, March 7. The training will involve lockdown drills, building evacuations, and a variety of “active shooter” engagement scenarios. “We want members of the public to be aware that this training is taking place on March 7,” said ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter Feb 26, 2013

On 02-23-2013, a resident reported several vehicles pulled into the Convenient Foods lot and groups of kids purchased several cartons of eggs.  She described the vehicles involved, which matched the description of vehicles previously reported as operating recklessly in the Bay High parking lot.  The suspect vehicles were stopped on Clague Road at Wolf Rd by an officer.  All the ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter Feb. 18, 2013

A restaurant in Bay Square reported they received a call from a male on 2-12-2013 who identified himself as an employee of the Illuminating Company.  The male indicated the restaurant had not paid the electric bill and the power would be turned off if the bill was not paid immediately.  The owner had made online payment earlier in the week, ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter

On 02-07-2013 a Lake Road resident reported someone attempted to break into the family’s vehicle in the driveway.  The keypad on the driver’s door was tampered with and it did not appear as though entry was gained. On 02/06/2013, at 2152 hours, BVPD officers were dispatched to a residence in the 26000 block of Knickerbocker for a disturbance.  An intoxicated ... Read More »

To the Moon and Back at LENSC

To the Moon and Back with NASA John Oldham of NASA Glenn Research Center returns to Lake Erie Nature & Science Center in Bay Village for a presentation on space mission success and failure for the center’s adult speakers series, Second Nature. Astronomy buffs may remember Oldham’s last appearance at the Bay Village science center in 2011, when he delighted ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter Feb. 4, 2013

On 02/01/2013, at 0027 hrs, BVPD received a complaint of an occupied vehicle that had been parked in the Green Island parked for a lengthy period of time.  Officers checked on the vehicle, and discovered the sleeping occupant was just taking a break from driving.  He was advised and sent on his way. BVPD took a report on February 1, ... Read More »

LENSC & BAYarts Team Up

West Shore Favorites Introduce New Preschool Academy Nonprofit neighbors BAYarts and Lake Erie Nature & Science Center share the Cleveland Metroparks’ Huntington Reservation and decades of experience providing nature- and art-based programs for students of all ages. After months of creative collaboration, the two organizations will unveil a brand new joint program in early childhood education, the Mini Arts & ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter 01/27/2013

Bay Village Press Release 01/27/2013 On 01/27/2013, at 0142 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near Lake Park for a traffic violation.  After speaking to the driver, the officer suspected the driver had been drinking.  Field sobriety tests were administered, and as a result, the 17 yoa male was arrested for OVI.  He will face charges ... Read More »

Bay Honors Citizen, Project of the Year

Bay Honors Citizen, Project of the Year Andrea Sheppa has been named 2013 Bay Village citizen of the year, and the Village Food Project has been named 2013 project of the year by the Bay Village Community Council. Sheppa, who is a retired math teacher from the Lakewood school system, was honored for her years of service to Bay Village ... Read More »

Bay SnoBall 5K is Feb. 23

Bay Athletic Boosters Announce the Inaugural SNOBALL Run on Saturday, February 23 at 9 a.m. at Bay High School Saturday, February 23rd marks the date for the first- ever Bay Athletic Boosters 5K Race/Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run with a start and finish at Bay High School, 29230 Wolf Road in Bay Village. SNOBALL Race Chair Tim Brajdic said, “We ... Read More »