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Vacation Bible School – Parkside Church

On your mark! Get set! Go! At The Incredible Race, we’re off on a race around the world as we discover that no matter where we live, what language we speak, or what we look like, we are all part of the same family! Kids will discover that we are all part of the same race, the human race, as ... Read More »

North Olmsted VFW Post 7647 to Collaborate on Veterans’ Mobile Resource Tour

On June 28th from 12-4 pm, the North Olmsted VFW Post 7647 will be collaborating with Congressman Gonzalez on a Veterans’ Resource Tour event at Saint Clarence Parish, 30106 Lorain Road, North Olmsted 44070. The focus of the event will be Veterans’ healthcare and the MISSION Act. At this event, veterans can learn about the MISSION Act and new urgent ... Read More »

Westlake Police: Traffic Stop Yields Credit Card Encoder

Westlake Police recovered a Credit Card encoder during a traffic stop on June 21. An officer stopped a vehicle leaving the Red Roof Inn on Clemens for a traffic violation about 9:30 a.m.  The occupants were from Michigan and said that they were just driving around without any apparent plans.  The vehicle smelled like marijuana and there was a 6 ... Read More »

City of Bay Village June/July Events

Columbia Rd Culvert Project Road Closure Beginning June 24, 2019, Columbia Rd. will be closed between Wolf and Lake Roads, for approximately 20 days for culvert replacement under the roadway. Detour signage will be posted, city provided services (refuse, mail, etc) will continue and local access for residents within the closure will be maintained. Length of closure may be impacted ... Read More »

Innovation Fund Awards $737,500 to 14 Northeast Ohio Startups

Innovation Fund Northeast Ohio, the region’s most active pre-seed fund for technology-based startups, has awarded a combined $737,500 to 14 startup companies over the past six months. The companies will receive Innovation Fund awards of between $12,500 and $100,000 enabling them to complete projects that will advance their technologies or business models. This represents the 46th and 47th consecutive quarter of funding ... Read More »

Noted Westlake Schools Architect Nick Lesko Celebrates Milestone Birthday

Much attention is being focused in Westlake on the new Westlake Schools PK-4 elementary school under construction on Center Ridge Road adjacent to Porter Public Library. The school replaces long-standing Westlake facilities including Holly Lane, Hilliard, Dover and Bassett Schools. Westlake Schools welcomed the public to walk through the shuttered buildings one last time earlier this month. In the days ... Read More »

Westlake Police Launch Community Survey

The Westlake Police Department has launched a Community Survey to assess community perceptions of the department and help plan future directions. “We are asking for the public’s help in completing the 2019 Westlake Police Services Community Survey (especially those who live or work in the city),” report Westlake Police. “Be a part of forming the direction of the police department!  ... Read More »

Mark Your Calendars for the 29th Annual Celebrate Westlake 2019

Saturday, August 31, 2019, 8:30 am • 5 Mile Run, 5K Run, 5K Walk & Kids Fun Dash for Charity Returning This Year: Beer Garden; Free Massages; Refreshments; Local Expo. All proceeds benefit local charities. Please come out and join us to run, have fun, and help support the families of our community. HIP- HIP- HURRAY REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Use code celebrate19 to receive $5 off of the $25 pre-registration ... Read More »

Tri-C Foundation Announces New Leadership Team

John Skory of FirstEnergy Corp. Appointed as Foundation Chairperson The Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Foundation announced its 2019-2020 leadership team during its annual meeting. John Skory, president of Ohio operations at FirstEnergy Corp., was appointed chairperson. The Cleveland native — who is also a Tri-C graduate — has served as a Foundation director since 2014. “I know firsthand the power ... Read More »

St. Edward High School Breaks Ground on $7M Commons

St. Edward High School broke ground on a $7 million building that will provide areas for dining, meetings, and greeting visitors. The 15,000 square foot Commons will also provide a new entrance to the college preparatory school, as its doors and steps will face the parking lot in the southeast corner of the Lakewood campus at Detroit Ave. and Nicholson ... Read More »