Daily Wire

Great Lakes Conference Expands to Ten High School Athletics Teams

Bay Village Schools Athletics and Activities Director, Matt Spellman, announced that the district’s current school athletic conference, Great Lakes Conference (GLC) is scheduled to expand each of the next two years. The GLC membership currently includes Bay Village, Elyria Catholic, Holy Name, Parma Senior, Normandy (Parma), Valley Forge (Parma) and Rocky River. This fall, the Conference will add Buckeye and Fairview. Then, for ... Read More »

Westlake Porter Public Library Parking Lot Will Be Closed May 26 and 27

Westlake Porter Public Library’s parking lot will be closed for resealing and striping from 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 25 through 6 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28. There will be no access to the drive-up book drops while the parking lot is closed. The library will be closed on May 26 and 27 in observance of Memorial Day, making it ... Read More »

Tri-C Softball: On to Nationals

Triceratops Win District Title to Earn Spot in the NJCAA Championship Tournament The Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) softball team spent most of the season in the national rankings. Next week, they’ll play for the right to be called national champions. The Triceratops stomped Michigan’s Oakland Community College 7-0 today to win the district title and earn a spot in the ... Read More »

Tri-C Spring Commencement Celebrates Academic Success of Nearly 2,900 Graduates

Class of 2019 Includes Record Number of College Credit Plus Students Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will celebrate the academic achievements of nearly 2,900 petitioning graduates during its Spring Commencement on Thursday, May 16. The College has been asked to confer 2,897 associate degrees and certificates of completion at the graduation ceremony. The total reflects the College’s commitment to student success ... Read More »

Bay Cyclist Reported as Lake Rd. Hit-Skip Victim

On 5/15/19 at 1602 hours, Avon Lake Police received several calls about a vehicle striking a bicyclist, reported to be a 51 year old female from Bay Village, on Lake Rd. at the corner of Moore Rd. Upon officer arrival, subjects on scene stated a dark colored vehicle with tinted windows (possibly a Ford Focus hatchback) fled the area southbound ... Read More »

Tri-C’s William Gary to Head Ohio Workforce League

Panel Includes Representatives from All of the State’s Community Colleges A new statewide workforce team created to strengthen Ohio’s career-readiness training will be led by William Gary, executive vice president of the Workforce Community and Economic Development division at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®). The Ohio Workforce League includes workforce development leaders from all 23 of the state’s community colleges. The ... Read More »

Westlake’s Kevin Walls is SWC Track MVP

Westlake High senior sprinter Kevin Walls was named Southwestern Conference MVP last week after taking firsts in four events at the annual league championships hosted at Amherst Steele Stadium. Kevin won the 100 meter dash (11.12) , 200 meter dash (22.04) , and anchored the winning 4x100m and 4x200m relays for the second year in a row. Walls was named ... Read More »

UH St. John Medical Center Earns Straight “A’s” in Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

UH St. John Just One of 41 Hospitals Nationwide to Receive this Recognition University Hospitals St. John Medical Center was recognized again by The Leapfrog Group for achieving the highest national standards in patient safety. UH St. John Medical Center has received an “A” grade for safety, and has received an “A” in every grading cycle since 2012 – one ... Read More »

Bay Village Board of Education Appoints David Vegh to Vacant School Board Seat

The Bay Village Board of Education unanimously appointed Bay Village resident David Vegh to fill a board vacancy during its Monday, May 13 regular meeting. Vegh is a sales director for Hyland Software. He also served as president and board member from 2013 to 2017 of Cleveland Kids in Need Resource Center, a nonprofit organization that provides school supplies to ... Read More »

Bassett Elementary 4th Graders to “Explore, Make and Take” at Westlake High School

As a capstone celebration of the IB Primary Years Programme, Westlake fourth graders develop an Exhibition project to showcase their learning and interests. This year, Angie Gerhan’s class at Bassett Elementary chose to focus on the central idea: “What can you explore and make today?” Throughout this extended inquiry, students have brainstormed, questioned, researched using books, videos, and Internet sources, ... Read More »