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Bay Village Police Report March 11th, 2013

On 03/09/1341 hrs, a female contacted police to report a male exposed himself to her as she was jogging down Lake Rd. in the area of Douglas. Police searched the area, but were unable to locate him. She described the male subject as 5’8″ or 5’9″, Caucasian, with a brown mustache and brown hair, believed to be in his late 40s to early ... Read More »

Bay Middle Schooler is Power of the Pen Winner

  Congratulations to Bay Middle School seventh-grader Chloe Roberts, who won the First Place trophy for her grade level at the recent Regional Power of the Pen competition. Bay Middle School won third place overall for the Sweepstakes Trophy, indicating high marks throughout the competition for both the 7th and 8th grade teams. Other individuals recognized at their grade level ... Read More »

Bay High Presents “The Boy Friend”

If you love the music and costumes of the 1920s, you’ll love “The Boy Friend,” to be performed at Bay High School March 21, 22 and 23. Catchy tunes and period dancing, as well as the typical comedic mix-ups that come with false identities, make for a light-hearted, flapper-era adventure. General admission is $7; reserve seating is $10. Tickets available ... Read More »

Westlake City Council March 7, 2013

Below are the links to the agenda from the March 7 Council meeting with actions as well as the approved minutes from the February 21 Council meeting. Council meeting agenda with actions:  http://www.cityofwestlake.org/pdfs/CnlAgendas/CnlAgenda.pdf Approved Council meeting minutes:  http://www.cityofwestlake.org/pdfs/CouncilMinutes/2013/20130221CnlMin.pdf The following committee meetings were scheduled: Planning/Zoning/Legislative committee, March 26 at 7:00 p.m. Service, Streets, Sidewalks, Road Drains committee, April 2 at ... Read More »

Cuyahoga County Executive FitzGerald Releases Public Safety Plan

CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald released the Cuyahoga County Public Safety Plan today.  The Public Safety Plan is the first plan released by Cuyahoga County administration that is focused only on public safety achievements and goals. The plan highlights early achievements of this administration over the past two-years and those initiatives that we see as priorities for the ... Read More »

Friends for the Community Foundation honored by State of Ohio

A CERT Dedicated Partner Award will be presented to the Friends for the Community Foundation at a Town Hall meeting March 28, 7:00 p.m. in the City of Fairview Park Council Chambers. The Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization created by Cuyahoga County District 1 Representative Dave Greenspan, seeks to support, promote, and enhance the quality of life, public safety initiatives, programs, ... Read More »


Bassett Elementary School’s Honor Choir performed at the Oberlin Choristers Children’s Honor Choir on March 2 at The Stocker Arts Center at Lorain County Community College. The Honor Choir consisted of more than 200 voices from 16 different schools in Lorain, Cuyahoga and Huron counties. Each year area music teachers in grades four through six are invited to train a select ... Read More »

Westerly School’s Outreach for Animals

In early January, Mrs. Thomas’ and Mrs. Davis’ third-grade classes were hard at work selling homemade “Bark-B-Q” dog bones. Parents volunteered their time to help make dog bones. Making the bones was a messy job. To make the bones, we mixed eggs, water, brown sugar, flour, honey and barbeque sauce together with our own hands. It was a messy job. ... Read More »

Tri-C Western Campus to host symposium on women in the military

CLEVELAND – A free workshop next week at Cuyahoga Community College’s (Tri-C®) Western Campus, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma, will focus on the unique experiences of women who have served in the military. “She Serves – She Deserves” will feature mental health experts discussing women’s military service experiences in Iraq and issues facing female veterans, including homelessness and health care. ... Read More »

Mayor Sutherland’s Emergency Task Force

      In an effort to improve communications between Bay Village residents and its safety forces during crises or emergencies, a special volunteer task force – appointed by Mayor Debbie Sutherland – is asking for input on recommended changes. Stubborn communications issues experienced in the wake of “super storm” Sandy last October, prompted the mayor to commission the all-volunteer ... Read More »