Academic Awards: Local Students Receive Tri-C Honors Program Fellowships

Program Provides Scholarships that Cover Tuition, Fees and Books Six students from communities covered by The Villager have been selected for Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Honors Program Fellowships, which offer high-achieving students scholarships to cover tuition, fees and books as they work toward an associate degree. Scholarship recipients, listed by hometown, include: Bay Village: Haley Sathre Fairview Park: Taiylor Sloan ... Read More »

Charles Scott Salons & Spas: Life Has Never Looked Better!

Life has never looked better than at Charles Scott Salons & Spas in Rocky River, 19025 Old Lake Road, 440.333.7994 and Westlake, 294 Crocker Park Blvd., 440.899.1957. CharlesScott.com Please follow and like us: Read More »

Try the Nightingale Stem Cell Lift

Reduce and eliminate wrinkles, scars, and sun damage fast. Take 10 years off your face, neck, and hands with ONE treatment. Nightingale’s new facial treatment— The Stem Cell Lift—uses stem cell therapy to restore and preserve your natural beauty! Regain your healthy skin by regenerating your own collagen and elastin without fillers or other injections. One treatment can last for ... Read More »

UH St. John Celebrates Diversity with Multi-Cultural Lunch

UH St. John Medical Center annually celebrates cultural delights with a Diversity Lunch comprised of a delicious pot luck of international entrees, salads and desserts prepared and shared by hospital staff. Last month’s Diversity Lunch offered a great time for hospital staff to share wonderful recipes from around the world and also join in a friendly lunch hour of sharing ... Read More »

Sr. Kendra Bottoms: Breaking ‘Holy Ground’ for 50 Years

Sr. Kendra Bottoms is a familiar face – and also voice – at University Hospitals St. John Medical Center where she serves as Director of Pastoral Care. Her daily prayers provide assurance each day over the hospital paging system, and her voice always soars above all others when song is needed. “This is Holy Ground,” is a familiar refrain from ... Read More »

Come One, Come All! The 29th Annual CELEBRATE WESTLAKE 2019 is Aug. 31

Registration is open for the 29th Annual Celebrate Westlake 5 Mile Run, 5K Run, 5K Walk & Kids Fun Dash for Charity on Sat., Aug. 31 at 8:30 a.m. Returning This Year: Beer Garden; Free Massages; Refreshments; Local Expo. All proceeds benefit local charities. Please come out and join us to run, have fun, and help support the families of ... Read More »

Welcome Amigos! Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant

Welcome Amigos! At Don Ramon authentic Mexican Restaurant & Cantina within Savannah Commons at Bradley and Detroit Roads in Westlake, you will be treated like one of the family! “We named this restaurant, Don Ramon, after my father,” said owner Mario Magana. “We want our guests to feel like they are part of the family, too!” Since coming to the ... Read More »

COFA Offers a Feast of Artwork at Porter Library

The Westlake-Westshore Arts Council’s 2019 Community of Fine Arts Show is currently on exhibit at Westlake Porter Public Library through the end of August and it offers a wealth of fine viewing. The19th edition of this unique juried art show also offers art demonstrations on Saturdays in August from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ending with a Meet the Artists ... Read More »

God Cares Picnic Brings Summer Fun

A highlight of the summer season is the annual God Cares Summer Picnic hosted at Westlake’s St. Paul Lutheran Church for residents of the area’s long-term care facilities. God Cares is an Avon Lake-based ministry. It is a special, mission-based organization started in 1994. It has since made a difference in the lives of thousands and its Summer Picnic has ... Read More »

Q-Lab Corporation Celebrates Westlake Police Officers and Firefighters

Q-Lab Corporation celebrated its fourth annual Westlake Police and Firefighters Appreciation Day the afternoon of July 24. The event, held at Q-Lab’s Canterbury Road park-like campus, is hosted to honor the men and women who put their lives at risk every day in support of the local community. Westlake police and fire department personnel were invited to stop by and ... Read More »