Daily Wire

Westlake Police Join Drunk Driving Crack-Down

  The Westlake Police Department and police departments across Cuyahoga County are banding together to get drunk drivers off Northeast Ohio roads and protect motorists by supporting the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. This year’s nationwide campaign will run from mid-August through the Labor Day holiday (August 16 through September 2).   “As summer ends and families hit ... Read More »

Bay Village Police Blotter 8-26-13

14-Year Old’s Phone Heisted by Drivers A 14 year old Bay Village resident reported two males stole his I-phone on 8-21-2013 at 4:30pm.  He explained to officers that while he was riding his bike near Columbia and Lake, a white Pontiac-type car occupied by two black males, both approximately 18 years old, stopped and asked for directions to Westlake High ... Read More »

“Mr. Lonely” Gets Police Visit

A self-described “lonely” 26-year-old Cahoon Rd. man called an escort service for some companionship on Aug. 21 report Westlake Police this week. As could reasonably be predicted, a dispute arose over what exactly was agreed to with the 20-year-old Cleveland woman who arrived. She was driven to the scene by a 32-year-old Cleveland man, who collected a $145 fee up ... Read More »

Cuyahoga Community College Receives $1.1 Million National Science Foundation Grant for Youth

CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga Community College Foundation has secured a new $1,179,151 grant award for Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) from the National Science Foundation for The Youth Technology Academy: STEM Academy for Youth featuring Youth Essential Skills, also called SAY-YES! (#DRL-1312252). “This project, which runs from August 2013 through August 2016, will prepare underserved youth for careers in the advanced technological workforce and for transfer ... Read More »

TAPS Fundraiser to Support Vets

  Parents Without Partners Chapter 1395 is sponsoring a fundraising event for TAPS! TAPS stands for Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. It provides immediate and long-term emotional help, hope, and healing to all who are grieving the death of a loved one in military service to America. TAPS meets it mission by providing peer based emotional support, grief and trauma ... Read More »

THE BAKE NEAR THE LAKE FOR LENSC

Lake Erie Nature & Science Center invites the community to attend The Bake Near the Lake. This benefit is a fun way for supporters to put summer to rest and support a great cause. The event, scheduled for on September 7th from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m, is a “casual clambake” featuring live and local entertainment by The Feedbacks and a ... Read More »

Avon-Avon Lake SOUPER Bowl

2013 C.R.S. SOUPer Bowl Food Drive – Avon vs. Lake Aug. 29 Food is going to be collected at All Avon Schools from August 26th to August 29th for the 4th annual C.R.S. SOUPer Bowl Food Drive competition between Avon and Lake. If you want to donate money, $1 equals 5 lbs. of food.  You can turn in the money ... Read More »

Ask the Experts: Relieving Back Pain

Join in for a special evening, Ask the Experts: Relieving Back Pain, at the LaCentre Conference Center in Westlake on Tuesday, September 10. Registration, health screenings and wellness information will be available from 5 to 6 pm, followed by a sit-down dinner and a panel discussion where attendees can ask questions about back pain and treatment options. The panel will ... Read More »

New Interest Rates on Federal Student Loans–Again

The federal government pays the interest on subsidized Stafford Loans while the student is in school, during the six-month grace period after graduation, and during any loan deferment periods. With unsubsidized Stafford Loans, the student pays the interest during these periods. Eligibility for subsidized Stafford Loans is based on financial need, as determined by the federal government’s financial aid application, ... Read More »

Honoring Grandparents Who Raise Their Grandkids

    By Jason Alderman In 1978, Congress passed legislation proclaiming the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day. Presidents since Jimmy Carter have issued proclamations urging citizens to, in the words of President Barack Obama, “honor those who have helped shape the character of our nation, and thank these role models for their immeasurable acts of love, ... Read More »