West Shore Chamber Welcomes 2022 Board

The West Shore Chamber of Commerce welcomed its new board for 2022 at Tuesday’s Westlake State of the City address at Carrabba’s Italian Grill. Mayor Dennis Clough administered the Oath of Office to the new board prior to his address. The board members for 2022 are: Mike Mandato, Susan Uranker-Todd, Secretary, Robert Kess, Jennet Foster, Elizabeth Beard, Tina Roberts, Chris ... Read More »

In Support of Ukraine

The last couple of weeks the Westlake Auxiliary Police Unit and Lakewood Elks Lodge # 1350 have been collecting donations to help out the people of the Ukraine. The response has been overwhelming. We would like to thank all the people in Westlake and those from outside the community who donated. We received donations from surrounding cities, as well as ... Read More »

Westlake City Easter Egg Hunt & Candy Scramble

The Westlake Town Criers announce the 2020 Westlake City Easter Egg Hunt and Candy Scramble will again be held at the Westlake Recreation Center, 28955 Hilliard Blvd., on Saturday, April 9. There will be two candy scrambles: the first at 1:00PM for those ages 4 through 6, and the second at 1:30PM for those ages 7 through 10.  At these ... Read More »

Westlake Police Welcome Officers

Westlake Mayor Dennis M. Clough administered the Oath of Office to three police officers March 16 ahead of the annual Police Awards Ceremony. Promoted: Detective Richard Lea was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, having demonstrated outstanding work during his time with Westlake as a patrolman, a detective, an instructor in various disciplines and a member of the Westshore Enforcement ... Read More »

Madeline Fisher is Westlake Police Employee of the Year

The Westlake Police Department recognized the 2022 Police Officer of the Year and 2022 Employee of the Year recipients on Wednesday, March 16, at Westlake City Hall. Employee of the Year: Westlake Police Department employees selected Dispatcher Madeline Fisher as Employee of the Year, citing her tireless commitment and passion for helping those around her and in the community she ... Read More »

Herb Guild Garden Club April Meeting

by Barb Armstrong The April meeting of The Herb Guild Garden Club will be held on Wednesday, April 13 at Porter Public Library in Westlake. After a brief business meeting, the program will start at 12:30 which will be a power point presentation about the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. A craft will follow the presentation. Guests are invited to attend and ... Read More »

Green & White Revue Returns to Westlake

The annual Westlake Parent, Teacher, Student Association’s (PTSA) biggest event of the year, the Green & White Revue, returned to the stage at the Westlake Performing Arts Center March 11 & 12. The Green and White Revue is the Westlake High PTSA’S biggest fundraiser, providing resources for various initiatives including scholarships to graduating seniors. This year’s show, the 36th in ... Read More »

Westlake Community Event to Raise Money for Westlake Sports

After a two-year hiatus, The Westlake Demons Athletic Boosters (WDAB) will host its annual Demon Derby & Casino this April 9th. The purpose of the community event is to raise money to support athletics in Westlake including sports at Westlake High School and Lee Burneson Middle School. Sponsored by University Hospitals North Ridgeville Endoscopy Center and supported by Dr. Marcietta ... Read More »

UH St. John Medical Center Chief Medical Officer Receives Funding for Western Region Can-cer Care

Everyone knows someone that has been impacted by cancer. Today, cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. But despite the continued challenges that cancer brings, patients have more hope than ever thanks to advancements in the way we diagnose, treat, and prevent cancer. Nearly 30 years ago, Jonathan Scott Dean was diagnosed with a rare ... Read More »