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Center for Mind, Body, Spirit Oct. Programs

These programs are free of charge and open to individuals diagnosed with cancer, their families and loved ones at The Center for Body, Mind & Spirit at Mercy Cancer Center, 41201 Schaden Road, Elyria. Services are available regardless of where patients receive treatment. Mercy Cancer Center is now affiliated with University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center. The Center for Body, Mind ... Read More »

OHSAA’s Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Committee Honors 26 Schools

including Bay and North Ridgeville High Schools COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity (SEI) Committee has announced that 26 member schools have been selected to receive school sportsmanship awards for the 2012-13 academic year. The 26 schools met the ‘Respect the Game Challenge,’ while 16 of those schools also earned the Harold A. ... Read More »

Westlake’s Very Special Homecoming

Homecoming 2013 was a true celebration of community at Westlake High last weekend. Special needs students Jacob Cox and Holly Thomas were named King and Queen before Friday’s football game against North Olmsted. The crowd erupted in an explosion of green and white pride as the PA announcement was made. Holly donned a tiara and Jacob was topped with his crown. ... Read More »

North Coast Health Ministry’s Celebration of Caring Raises Proceeds of Over $160,000

  More than 330 people turned out for North Coast Health Ministry’s Celebration of Caring on Thursday, August 29, 2013, at LaCentre. Over $160,000 was raised through the event, which represents more than 10 percent of the organization’s operating budget and will be used to support the life-saving health care NCHM provides. “We are very grateful for the outpouring of ... Read More »

Community Schools Operate Under Non-Profit Sponsorship

Q:           What is a community school? A:            Community schools, first authorized in Ohio in 1997, are public, non-profit schools that operate independently from the traditional public school system. Notwithstanding this independence, community schools must operate under a sponsorship (or oversight) contract with a non-profit entity, which can be a traditional public school district. Sponsoring entities are responsible for general oversight ... Read More »

Bay City Council Updates & Minutes

                       City of Bay Village Council Minutes, Committee Session                                                              September 9, 2013 Council Chambers                                                                                                          8:15 p.m. Paul A. Koomar, President of Council, Presiding Present:                       Koomar, Lee, Lieske, Miller, Tadych, Young Not Present:                Mr. Clark, Mayor Sutherland Also Present:               Law Director Ebert, Finance Director ... Read More »

Attention Employers: Have You Sent Out Your ACA Notice?

As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), employers are required to provide a notice to workers on or before October 1, 2013, informing them about the new Health Insurance Marketplace. All full- and part-time employees must receive the notice. Employees hired after October 1 must receive the notice within 14 days of their start date. What must the notice ... Read More »

What Cooking? Don’t Ask! Nasty News from Westlake Police

  From the “That’s Just Nasty” file: Westlake Police report that at 2:16 p.m.  on Sept. 9, a Detroit Rd. gas station employee reported that a male (later identified  as a 24-year-old North Olmsted man) was heating up urine in the station’s microwave.   When confronted and sent packing posthaste, he claimed it was fake urine to be used to ... Read More »

Westlake Students Take State Fair Honors

Congratulations to THEODORE POULOS (2013 senior) & PETER SLATER (junior) of the Westlake High School STEM, Technology & Engineering Education Department for winning a Best of Show and the coveted Zupancic Award at the 2013 Ohio State Fair Technology & Engineering Showcase held at the beginning of August in the Lausche conference center. POULOS & SLATER teamed up to design ... Read More »

Westlake Rec Center Fall Events

  Fall is set to arrive very shortly and the Westlake Recreation Department is ready to go.  Four special events are on the calendar so stop on in and register before the leaves fall and you are left holding the rake! First up is our inaugural Spooktacular Scarecrow Contest.  For $20 you will receive the wood, nails and straw.  The ... Read More »