Westlake

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 »

Westlake Fire Chief Jim Hughes Retires After 29 Years

Westlake Fire Chief Jim Hughes celebrated his retirement Wednesday, June 9, at Fire Station #1 surrounded by colleagues, family and friends. Mayor Dennis M. Clough presented the outgoing chief with a Proclamation noting his 29 years with the City of Westlake. He became Fire Chief in December 2014. The Proclamation also detailed his previous experience as a firefighter and in ... Read More »

2nd Annual Crocker Park Block Party

Summer’s the time for a festive Block Party and Crocker Park hit one, well, out of the park on Saturday June 11. The festivities started in the morning with the Crocker Bark 5K presented by Lucky Shoes followed by the Block Party from 11am-3pm. What a day! Police and safety forces demos, K9 officer demonstrations, a live entertainment stage, animal ... Read More »

Westlake Hosts “Senior” Prom

Westlake Community Services and the Westlake Youth Advisory Board hosted their first “Senior” Prom last week and all in attendance had a fabulous evening of fun, friends and music. Whether they were dancing, listening to the music of 40’s through the 70’s performed by The Debbie Darling Quartet or singing along, there was something for everyone. Their chef prepared a ... Read More »

Sports Physicals Draw Hundreds of Athletes to UH SJMC

The experts at UH Sports Medicine and UH Rainbow & Children’s are as committed to scholastic athletes as they are to professional athletes. Over 300 student athletes converged on UH St. John Medical Center Saturday for comprehensive exams that include vision, musculoskeletal and cardiac risk assessment screenings. These exams enable athletes to participate in scholastic sports as required by the ... Read More »

Westlake “Over 90” Luncheon

The Westlake Community Services Center played host to the special birthday luncheon last month for Westlake residents who have reached 90+ years old and live independently. Mayor Dennis M. Clough once again signed proclamations for all residents who have reached this impressive milestone. The attendees were treated to a delicious meal prepared by Chef Garrett! Please follow and like us: Read More »

Village Project Wins $25K Grant from State Farm

Of the more than 4,000 submissions nationwide, Village Project is honored to announce they are one of the top 100 winners of a $25,000 grant from the 2022 State Farm Neighborhood Assist® program! This grant is a huge deal for Village Project to sustain the organization and continue providing services to their clients, who have grown in number by 25% ... Read More »

Summer Days, Summer Nights!

On Sunday evenings from June to August, listen to the sweet sounds of music and friendly greetings fill the air at the Westlake Recreation Center Pavilion with the City of Westlake Summer Concert Series. The FREE concerts have a variety of performers appropriate for all age groups. All are invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy this ... Read More »

Westlake UMC Drive-Up Food Pantry

Westlake UMC, 27650 Center Ridge Rd., is holding a drive-up food pantry on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9:00-11:00 am. Bags are available to any Cuyahoga resident who is income eligible per Greater Cleveland Food Bank guidelines. Please bring ID to register when you arrive. Please follow and like us: Read More »

WEST SHORE BLUES: The Best of the Beats

McDonald’s Road Rage Involves Guns On 6/15/22 at approx. 9:20AM officers responded to the McDonalds drive thru at Westbay Plaza for a reported road rage. The operators of 2 vehicle had gotten into a traffic related dispute in the line while waiting for food. The female driver of one of the cars pulled out a handgun and pointed it at ... Read More »