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Bay Village Schools Welcomes Back Sean McAndrews to Bay Middle School

On Monday, July 11, 2022, the Bay Village Board of Education approved the hiring of Sean McAndrews, appointed as the next Principal of Bay Middle School. The hiring was a collaborative effort that included Interim Superintendent Char Shryock; Director of Human Resources and Operations Aaron Ereditario (most recently Bay Middle School’s principal); Incoming Bay Village Schools Superintendent Scot Prebles; a ... Read More »

Light Up the Night! Local Fourth of July Fireworks and Celebrations

BAY VILLAGE Bay Days 2022 Enjoy rides, carnival fare, local community booths, a car show, and more! Open each day from noon until 10:30 pm. $20 one price ride ticket for all rides each day from noon until 5 pm. Thursday, June 30 7:00 pm Live Music by Perfect Choice at the Gazebo Friday, July 1 5:00 pm Classic Car ... Read More »

Multiple UH Hospitals Receive Recognition with Accreditation from The American College of Cardiology

Programs have Proven Exceptional Competency in Treating Patients with Chest Pain and Heart Attack Symptoms Multiple University Hospitals (UH) Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute locations across Northeast Ohio have received recognition demonstrating expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain. This month, the sites were awarded Chest Pain Center Accreditation with Primary PCI from The American College of Cardiology ... Read More »

Ford Announces Investment, Expansion, and a New Electric Vehicle for the Ohio Assembly Plant

On Thursday, June 2, Ford announced that as part of a nationwide investment in its facilities, the Company will invest $1.5 billion in the Ohio Assembly Plant, add 1,800 new union jobs to that plant, and make it the new production site for an all-new electric commercial vehicle. Ford’s announcement today pertained to more than just the Ohio Assembly Plant. ... Read More »

Rock The Bald!! The 6th Annual Holy Trinity St. Baldrick’s Day

Holy Trinity School recently hosted their 6th annual St. Baldrick’s Day event on Monday, May 16th. Students, staff and parents in the school community came together in the school’s gymnasium to support 48 “shavees” and 2 ponytail donations. Together, the participants in the 2022 St. Baldrick’s event raised nearly $23,000. Since 2015, Holy Trinity “shavees” have raised $150,000 for The ... Read More »

Hometown Heros

The City of Avon launched a Hometown Heroes program last year that is in full swing this Memorial Day weekend. This banner program honors and remembers those men and women that have served in the Armed Forces and have ties with the City of Avon. Each banner is in honor of a specific deceased service person and includes their name, ... Read More »

The Music a la Mode Legacy…

Westlake’s Music Man Thomas F. Hill, a Legend in the Lives of Westlake Students By Mary Beth Price Schneidler A time-honored tradition of Westlake Schools Music Programs took place last Saturday, May 7, with the annual renewal of the venerable Music a la Mode – a day-long program featuring every music group in the district. Held at the Westlake High ... Read More »

Westlake Tree Commission Hosts Arbor Day Planting

By Mary Beth Price Schneidler It was a bright sunny day on Friday, April 29th as Arbor Day was celebrated at Dover Intermediate School in Westlake. The students attended a tree planting ceremony celebrating the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day. Mayor Dennis Clough, Mr. Paul Quinn III, Westlake Service Director, Stan Barnard, Westlake’s Urban Forestry Manager and members of the ... Read More »

UH SJMC Health Fairs Return to the Community

The best medicine is prevention. And one of the best ways to get ahead of potential health problems is by getting screened for common indicators of health concerns. University Hospitals St. John Medical Center hosted two health fairs in the past two weeks at notable Westlake locations. The first was at Westlake High on Wednesday, April 13. The second was ... Read More »

Avon’s Cahoon House: Preserving Lorain County History

The City of Avon has preserved one of the oldest homes in Lorain County – the Wilbur and Priscilla Cahoon House at 2940 Stoney Ridge Road – and it will soon be open to the public. A ribbon-cutting for this Greenfield Village-worthy masterpiece was held Saturday morning in celebration of the three-years long project. Mayor Bryan Jensen and Business Development ... Read More »