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Westlake Police: Blame it on the Pink Dust

You’ve heard the saying, “Don’t Drink and Drive.” Here is a new one from a Westlake driver who overdosed on drugs and then crashed into a sign on the freeway, “Don’t Snort the Pink Dust and Drive.” But, stupid is as stupid does. The 55 year old Lorain County woman hit a median road sign on I-90 eastbound on May ... Read More »

Cahoon Will: It Calls for a Library in Cahoon Park

Bay Village residents with questions about a new Bay Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library to be built in Cahoon Park may find the answers they seek by simply reading the Will. Written in 1917, the Will only prohibits “boating, bathing, games or sports” on Sundays. It also calls for a library and museum. Here is the Will (relevant ... Read More »

Westlake Police Bust Human Trafficking Ring

Westlake Police teamed with several law enforcement agencies in breaking up a human trafficking ring at a Westlake motel. According to Police: On  12/7/2016, Westlake Police Department conducted a joint human trafficking operation with The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Homeland Security, The Westshore Enforcement Bureau, and The Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office.   These persons were arrested: the latter ... Read More »

Slingshot Brigands Damage Westlake Windows, Cause Injury

Nov. 13 -15:  Five businesses at 26615 Center Ridge Rd. have had door or window glass damaged by marbles, resulting in $8000 in total damages, report Westlake Police. A window on a 2000 Chrysler minivan parked in that lot was also broken, causing $300 damage. The use of a slingshot is presumed, as a marble was recovered at the scene. ... Read More »

Bay to Say, ‘So Long, Burns Auto’

Rick Burns started working at Burns 76, at the corner of Wolf and Dover Center Roads in Bay Village, in 1986. Now, 31 years later, Rick is moving into a new phase in his life. The tried and true service station will be taken over by Vivid Jewelers and Rick is packing up his tools. “In 1986, gas was 79 ... Read More »

A Peek in the Closet…

Linda Zoundas – Petal Patch “Welcome to Petal Patch. The idea for Petal Patch blossomed from a simple gesture. I wanted to make a unique Valentine’s Day gift for the little girls in my life. I came across a sweet headband while antiquing, but it just wasn’t quite right; it needed more. More color, more sparkle, more pizazz. It needed ... Read More »

Celebrate Westlake 2016: Come for the Run, Stay for the Beer!

Celebrate Westlake, northern Ohio’s premier Five Mile Run, 3 Mile Walk and Kids Run, is back and better than ever in 2016. This year’s Race Date is Sept. 3 at St. John Medical Center in Westlake. Celebrate Westlake is extremely excited to welcome aboard Sibling Revelry Brewing as a sponsor. As a special treat to all runners and spectators, Sibling ... Read More »

Dave Greenspan to Host Green Town Meeting Aug. 8

Cuyahoga County Councilman Dave Greenspan  will be hosting a Green Town Meeting on August 8th at 7 pm at the Fairview Park City Hall. The Town Hall will feature Cuyahoga County’s Department of Sustainability and Green Team members from surrounding communities (Fairview Park, Bay Village, and Rocky River). Green Teams are comprised of a group of volunteer residents who meet ... Read More »

Coyote Information from Bay Village Officials

Bay Village Mayor Debbie Sutherland has released a news information summary on coyotes, shared by Bay Village Police. Here is the report: From the Bay Village Police Department COYOTES IN BAY VILLAGE The City has received several calls concerning coyotes and coyote sightings. We are providing this information courtesy of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Q. Is what I ... Read More »

Church Donates ‘Bags of Love’ to Mercy Cancer Center

Just about everyone knows someone touched by cancer, whether it is a family member, neighbor or friend. Recognizing the toll cancer treatments can take on patients and their caregivers, some people are called to help make a difference. Fortunately for the Mercy Cancer Center and many of their patients, one of those individuals is Vickie Evans. Vickie recently felt called ... Read More »