Westlake

Westlake Police: Asleep at the Wheel

On 9/28/19 at approx 1:30AM officers were alerted to driver passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle stopped at the exit ramp from I90W/B to Clague Rd. Along with the sleeping driver, officers observed that there was an open beer in the operator’s cup holder. After waking the 27yo North Olmsted resident, the police officer asked for a driver’s ... Read More »

Blast from the Past at Gardens at Westlake Senior Living

Gardens at Westlake, a Spectrum Retirement Community, hosted a groovy 70’s party the evening of Sept. 25. Music of the era performed by Eddie and the Edsels, nostalgic candy, dancing, tye-dyed shirts and the Kona Ice truck were all in attendance. Many guests dressed in fun shirts and their best 70’s attire. Here are some highlights to enjoy highlights from this blast ... Read More »

A Healthy Change: Revival of Cuyahoga River Featured at Tri-C Program

Oct. 15 Lecture at Westshore Campus Reflects on Environmental Victory An upcoming program at the Westshore Campus of Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will examine the environmental resurgence of the Cuyahoga River since the waterway’s infamous 1969 fire. The topic is the focus of the latest “Learning for Life” lecture series event at the campus. The free program takes place Oct. ... Read More »

Crime Strikes Area Churches

Ridgeville Police Nab Church Purse Snatcher At approximately 9:45am on Sept. 20, North Ridgeville Police received a call from a female who had just had her purse stolen from the sanctuary at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. She was able to provide a description of the woman that stole her purse. Unfortunately for said thief but fortunately for the citizens of ... Read More »

Four Area Scouts Attain Eagle Ranking

The Eagle Court of Honor has been referred to as Scouting’s greatest moment. Four members of Troop 77 that meets at Westlake St. Ladislas Church attained that honor this month and were recognized two weeks ago for achieving Scouting’s highest rank. The four candidates are Austin Johnson of Avon Lake, Benjamin Routhier of Westlake, Henry Levenberg of Westlake and Jacob ... Read More »

10 Million Steps to Prevent Falls at UH St. John

What better day to start a fall prevention program than the first day of Fall? That was the idea behind the opening day of “10 Million Steps to Prevent Falls’ along the track at University Hospitals St. John Medical Center in Westlake on Monday, Sept. 23. “We have partnered with the Ohio Department of Aging to promote and sponsor ‘10 ... Read More »

‘Rolling Thunder’ Reminds All of Our POW/MIAs

Rolling Thunder is a national organization comprised of motorcycle enthusiasts committed to publicize POW/MIA issues and to keep these veterans alive in our hearts and minds. Chip and Chuck Kettler recently brought the movement to the Westlake Discount Drug Mart, where Chip is well-known its veteran store manager and friend to the community. He joined with his dad Labor Day ... Read More »

Groovin at the Gardens

The women of the Gardens at Westlake were excited to show off the final shirts that were for sale at the ‘Groovin’ at the Gardens’ event on Wed., Sept. 25, 5:30 – 7 p.m. The residents hand-made their tie-dyed shirts. The shirts were on sale for $15 with proceeds going to Clague Playhouse Inc. The event was open to the ... 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 »

Westlake Celebrates New Elementary School Opening

The Westlake community turned out in fine fashion on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 21, to celebrate the formal dedication and ribbon cutting of the new Westlake Elementary School. The new school, which serves students PreK through 4th grades, was welcomed by a turnout of hundreds of residents who took part in the celebration and tours of the new facility. The school ... Read More »