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66 Years: The Dr. Sam Sheppard House Revisited….

July 4, 2020 marked the 66th anniversary of Bay Village’s most notorious crime – the murder of Marilyn Sheppard. Much has been written on the murder of Dr. Sam Sheppard’s wife and the lifelong controversy over Dr. Sam’s guilt or innocence that followed. The house where the murder took place stood at 28944 Lake Road in Bay Village. It was ... Read More »

Avon Spray Ground Opening for Avon Residents

A letter released from Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen announced the opening of the Avon Spray Ground. “As we continue to try and navigate these uncertain times, I am happy to announce that starting Monday, July 6th, the Spray Ground at the Avon Aquatic Facility will be open daily from 10:30 am – 7:30 pm at no charge. “Young children to ... Read More »

Avon Recreation Grab N’ Go Craft Program Extended Through July 30

Avon Parks and Recreation Department announced their Grab N’ Go Craft Program will be extended through July 30th! Avon Parks & Recreation is offering a Gran n’ Go Craft Program for Avon Resident Children ages 4 & up on Tuesdays and Thursday, June 16 – July 30, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Schwartz Road Park Pavilion A, 35001 Schwartz ... Read More »

Larry Matus Retires from Westlake Police Auxiliary After 18 Years

Information courtesy of the Westlake Police Department Facebook After almost 18 years of volunteer service to the citizens of Westlake as a member of the Westlake Police Auxiliary, Larry Matus retired on 6/30/20. Mayor Clough declared that day as Larry Matus day and Larry got to make his final call on the police radio. Thank you for years of dedication ... Read More »

Westlake Student Participates in Celebration of Music Virtual Show

Celebration of Music Virtual Show, is Live on July 12, 2020 with our Next Round of Incredibly Talented Contestants.  Celebration of Music is a talent search that showcases the best young musical talent across America. Contestants will participate for an opportunity to appear on the Live YouTube show “Music Hangs with eTHAn” and be part of the 2021 nationally distributed PBS SHOW “Celebration ... Read More »

The Center for Orthopedics to Host 12th Annual Sports Physical Event

This Year’s Event is by Appointment Only from July 13 – 24 The Center for Orthopedics’ 12th Annual Sports Physical event will look different this year, but will provide the same high-quality, no-cost sports physicals the community has relied on for more than a decade. Appointments will be accepted between July 13 –24 and can be made by visiting Center4Orthopedics.eventbrite.com. ... Read More »

Sea Scouts in Bay Village win First Place in STEM Lesson Plan Contest with Project Plant It!

A local group of Sea Scouts from Bay Village, Ohio, has won FIRST PLACE in the STEM Lesson Plan Contest sponsored by Dominion Energy’s Project Plant It! program to teach youth about the benefits of trees to the environment. The three ninth-grade girls – Maeve Kilroy, Maeve Galla and Amy Burgy – with supervision by their skipper, Richard Gash, created a science ... Read More »

Westlake PD offers Free Child Safety Seat Checks

Information courtesy of the Westlake Police Department Facebook We have several members who are qualified to check the installation of your child safety seats. Please call our non-emergency number at 440-871-3311 to make an appointment. Masks and social distancing will be used as appropriate. (Note that this photo was taken last summer). #staysafewestlake   Please follow and like us: Read More »

Westlake Police: Exposed Female Pedestrian Brings Concern

A woman walking with her lower body exposed elicited a call to Westlake Police last week: On 6/18/20 at approx. 2:30PM a 911 caller reported that a female was walking on Crocker Rd in the area of the Double Tree.  The citizen was concerned because the female was walking with nothing covering the lower part of her body.  By the ... Read More »

Fairvew Park Police: Loaded Firearm Found on Treelawn

A pedestrian found a loaded gun on the tree lawn while walking her dog: On 6/24 Police responded to W 220 St due to a female walking her dog and finding a gun on the treelawn of a residence. She used a dog refuse bag to secure the gun and called police. The arriving officer identified the weapon as a ... Read More »