Daily Wire

Cookie Time!

O’Neill Health Care Bay Village provided Christmas cutout sugar cookies for guests and residents to decorate and take home the week of the Christmas holidays. Cookies, icing and sprinkles were all compliments of O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village as a way to help one and all get into the holiday spirit. Happy New Year, everyone! Click here to view entire gallery. ... Read More »

Holiday Fun at The Normandy

The holiday season meant fun and lots of social activities at The Normandy Senior Living in Rocky River over Christmas and New Years week. A highlight at the Normandy Care Center was an appearance by Cub Scouts, who entertained residents with a morning of seasonal music. At the Breakwater Apartments, newly reopened after an extensive update and remodeling, a holiday ... Read More »

Holiday Rewind: Looking Good in Ugly Sweaters!

The Christmas season was all about fun at The Woods on French Creek in Avon! A gala Christmas party brought residents, families and staff together the week before Christmas with an afternoon gala. Everyone was looking good in the Ugly Sweater Contest, and staffers & residents had a great time showing off their seasonal threads while enjoying dinner, music and ... Read More »

Honoring Vets at Rose Senior Living Avon

Rose Senior Living Avon had the honor of hosting Mayor Bryan Jensen and the members of Avon VFW for a special luncheon last month. The Mayor thanked each Veteran for their service and presented each with a plaque. Veteran Plaques presented by the Mayor of Avon at Rose Senior Living – Avon went to: Robert D’Alessandro (Army), Donald Hujarski (Marines), ... Read More »

Making Beautiful Music: Avon Band Students Rake Out for 93-Year Old Bay Grandpa

The Avon High Jazz Band knows there is more than one way to make beautiful music! In a response to help an elderly veteran with his yard work last month, more than 20 band volunteers came out within an hour of the request to rake leaves in the yard of 93-year old Gordon Moellman. The request came from Erik Moellman, ... Read More »

University Hospitals Education and Community Events Schedule

The Outreach Departments of University Hospitals St. John Medical Center, Avon Health Center and Elyria Medical Center have the unique and valuable opportunity to interact with members of our communities and identify the health concerns of its residents. Each hospital’s Outreach Team is able to offer you and your family screenings, wellness programs, health talks and healthy lifestyle events. Many ... Read More »

The ‘You Can’t Believe It” Police News

The “You Can’t Believe It” Police News: A Fairview Park man was so drunk that when police asked him to step out of his car, it was discovered he had both legs in one pant leg of his shorts! Yes, it happened on New Year’s Eve. Just before 9 p.m. He smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage and was unsteady ... Read More »

Bay Village Board of Education Elects New Officers, Changes Committee Structure

The Bay Village Board of Education, at its Organizational Meeting on Monday, January 7, elected new officers for 2019: Beth Lally will be president and Lisa Priemer will serve as vice-president. In addition, after months of considering a change to its committee structure, the board is now designating one of its two monthly meetings as a work session. The work ... Read More »

‘Let’s Talk Trash!” Declutter for the New Year with Cooper Disposal

New Year is the perfect time to declutter your house, garage and basement for a fresh start in 2019! Take advantage of this year’s mild (so far) winter and give Cooper Disposal a call! Owner Mike Cooper is your Avon neighbor and major sponsor of  all Avon Youth sports programs . Let’s Talk Trash this New Year! Please follow and like ... Read More »

Screenagers Movie at Avon Lake High School

Please join the Avon Lake City School district and the Avon Lake PTA Council for a presentation to learn and discuss more about the effects of the increased screen time of our kids/students. The viewing of the movie followed by a panel of our district social worker, mental health professional, district school faculty members and high school students will take ... Read More »