Daily Wire

Bank Robbery Suspect Flees on Skateboard

Fairview Police have arrested a suspect in a bank robbery reported to have used a skateboard as a getaway vehicle. “The manager of Huntington Bank called reporting that the bank was just robbed and the suspect fled E/B from the business, last seen on a skateboard,” report Fairview Park Police of the Sept. 24 incident. “Officers quickly responded, but the ... Read More »

Avon Garden Club October Meeting

Anne Michael, Education Coordinator, Lorain County Historical Society, will discuss the “Homes and Gardens of 19th Century Elyria” in her program on October 15, 2019, 7 p.m. at the Avon Garden Club meeting. During this program Ms. Michael will demonstrate, using pictures and descriptions gleaned from The Lorain County Historical Society’s archives, the pride 19th Century Elyrians took in their ... Read More »

A Healthy Change: Revival of Cuyahoga River Featured at Tri-C Program

Oct. 15 Lecture at Westshore Campus Reflects on Environmental Victory An upcoming program at the Westshore Campus of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will examine the environmental resurgence of the Cuyahoga River since the waterway’s infamous 1969 fire. The topic is the focus of the latest “Learning for Life” lecture series event at the campus. The free program takes place Oct. ... Read More »

Prayers From Maria Sunflower Field Featured on NBC Today Show

Ed and Megan McNamara of The Prayers from Maria Children’s Cancer Foundation were recently featured on the NBC Today Show. “We are very excited to share NBC Today Show with Willie Geist’s interview with Ed and Megan McNamara at Maria’s Field of Hope,” says the Foundation in a release today. You can view the feature here: https://www.today.com/video/couple-who-lost-their-daughter-use-sunflowers-to-raise-cancer-awareness-70204997702 Maria’s Field of Hope in Avon ... Read More »

Crime Strikes Area Churches

Ridgeville Police Nab Church Purse Snatcher At approximately 9:45am on Sept. 20, North Ridgeville Police received a call from a female who had just had her purse stolen from the sanctuary at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. She was able to provide a description of the woman that stole her purse. Unfortunately for said thief but fortunately for the citizens of ... Read More »

Westlake Resident Loses $5 Grand in Phone Scam

Westlake Police report that a resident was so frightened by an intimidating phone caller that the victim lost $5000 in a gift card scam. Police report that, “On Wed 9-11-19 we took a report from a Westlake resident who had received several calls from an “Indian sounding” male who told her he was with the US Marshals Service.  ‘When the ... Read More »

Avon Place End of Summer Cookout

Our End of Summer Cookout was fantastic. Everyone enjoyed Our Zoo To You Petting Zoo & music with Shane Phillips. And of course the food was great! A huge thanks to the staff on North, East & Pathways for their help making sure our residents had a wonderful time. Most of all we appreciate our residents & family members for ... Read More »

The Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club Presents Scrap Art Workshop

The Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club will meet, Wednesday, Oct. 2nd at noon in the Gallery Room of the Avon Lake Public Library, 32659 Electric Blvd. A Scrap Art Workshop will be led by Anne Lyon, retired teacher and artist. For more information on attending this meeting or becoming a member, call 440-933-5737. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Superheroes Save Avon!

Thanks to 28 very special SUPERKIDS, the City of Avon can rest safely once again! These ‘Superkids’ – children overcoming serious illness or adversity – were invited to Avon’s Aquatic Center Park for a day of battling bad guys and saving Mayor Bryan Jensen from the grips of evil-doers! “September 14th was THEIR day to be honored as REAL HEROES!” ... Read More »

Community West Foundation Annual Meeting Celebrates Year of Success

The impact of our work at Community West Foundation was a highlight at our annual Corporation meeting held on September 11 at Bay Presbyterian Church. Over two hundred people attended the event. William Oatey, Chair of the Board, spoke about the organization’s accomplishments over the past year, and said the Foundation shared $6,079,000 in grant funding with worthy organizations; $3,351,000 ... Read More »