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Task force releases new video of suspect in Sept. 2 early morning rape of jogger
A task force working to identify the suspect in two recent early morning sexual assaults -- one in Cleveland's Edgewater neighborhood and one in Lakewood -- have released new video they hope will help solve the cases. The video of a man authorities have dubbed the "Early Morning Rapist" was taken the morning of the Sept.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Lakewood couple to open Cleveland Vegan in former Wings Hobby Shop
Laura Ross, who co-owns Cleveland Vegan with her husband, stands in front of the former Wings Hobby Shop, which is being converted into a vegan bakery and cafe. Laura Ross, co-owner of Cleveland Vegan, stands in front of the area of the now vacant story that is being converted into a kitchen.
Lakewood Division of Aging Rock and Roll History programs
AFTERNOON CLASSES TAKE PLACE ON MONDAYS AT 1:00 P.M. SEPTEMBER 15 THROUGH OCTOBER 6 EVENING CLASSES TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAYS AT 7:00 P.M. Put your glad rags on and join us at the Lawther Center on Madison Avenue for this fun, free course on the rock that won't stop, cosponsored by the Lakewood Public Library and the Division of Aging. Dr. Joel S. Keller originally designed this course for retirees at Baldwin-Wallace University and now he's spinning it again for Lakewood.
Lakewood mayor makes plea for solidarity to avoid being 'out-hustled' on NOACA votes
Even though Lakewood Mayor Mike Summers said he feels reorganization of the five-county Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency is "a significant step forward," he believes Cuyahoga County has some work to do in order to be heard effectively on NOACA issues. Summers shared his thoughts at the Sept.
Lakewood offers residents access to discount trees: community news
The city of Lakewood is offering residents a discount program for purchasing shade trees for private yards, and Garfield Middle School hosts its Cultural Heritage Festival. Discount trees: The Lakewood Public Works Department and the Lakewood Tree Task Force are helping residents purchase and plant shade trees at a reduced cost in their private yards .
Proposed bill could broaden definition of "hate crime"
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Sun Sep 14, 2014
Rocky River holds Fall Arts Festival
"It's a great way to highlight local artists," said Terri Jones, speaking of the Rocky River Fall Arts Festival. Jones, a Rocky River Parks and Recreation Foundation Board Trustee, is in charge of coordinating the event, now in its sixth year.
Museum of Divine Statues to host A Night at the Museum fundraiser: Lakewood Postings
One of the city's more unique attractions, the Museum of Divine Statues, will have its first fundraiser 6-10 p.m. Sept. 27. A Night at the Museum will be hosted by Stephani Schaefer, Fox8 Morning Show anchor.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Ed FitzGerald failed to disclose traffic violations
When a young Ed FitzGerald sought a vacant seat on the City Council here 15 years ago, the application asked if he had any traffic violations. FitzGerald, a lawyer and former FBI agent, disclosed none.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Cleveland Theater Auditions for Sept. 12 and beyond: Karamu...
Academy for the Performing Arts. Chagrin Falls High School's Performing Arts Center, 400 E. Washington St. Seeking a choreographer for "West Side Story."
Suspected drunken driver spends night in jail to 'get the full experience:' Westlake police blotter
Westlake police said the woman refused to call a sober adult to come pick her up from jail. Drunken driving arrest, Wolf Road: At 11:08 p.m. Aug. 29, a 49-year-old Bay Village woman arrested on suspicion of drunken driving refused to call a sober adult to pick her up from jail because she wanted to "get the full experience," and spent the night in her cell.
ALS Ice Bucket Prank Investigation Wraps Up, As Ohio Lawmaker Seeks To Expand Hate Crimes Law
The investigation into the pranking of an autistic student in Bay Village is expected to wrap up today. Meanwhile, an Ohio lawmaker hopes the incident will give mileage to her bill extending the state's hate crimes law.
Phone scams continue: Bay Village Police Blotter
Drunken driving, Lake Forest Drive: On Sept. 1 at 1:26 a.m. an officer found an occupied car with the driver's side door open, stopped south of Lake Road.
Ex-boyfriend breaks woman's car window: Lakewood police blotter
Criminal damaging, Clarence Avenue: At 11:40 a.m. Sept. 9, a Lakewood woman said her ex-boyfriend broke the back window of her car near the Madison Avenue library.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald puts brakes on $6.1 million building sale,...
Local businessman Tony George has accused Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald of spiking a $6.1 million deal to sell him a county-owned building, citing unspecified political motivations. And George's complaints prompted some County Council members, including Vice President Dan Brady, to renew complaints this week that the FitzGerald administration failed to keep them informed about the deal and other matters.
Beck Center for the Arts Opens 2014-15 Season with Forever Plaid Tonight
Beck Center for the Arts opens its 2014/2015 theater season with a production of the Off-Broadway hit, Forever Plaid, on the Mackey Main Stage, tonight, September 12 through October 12, 2014. Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Four Lakewood houses burglarized
Three houses burglarized on Sunday are within two blocks of one another and two of the houses sit side-by-side, police reports said. Another was burglarized in August and the owner reported it Tuesday.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Man charged with felonious assault after fight outside North Royalton club
A Lakewood man is charged with felonious assault after a scrum outside a North Royalton nightclub early Sunday, according to a police report. Officers were called to the corner of West 130th Street and Royalton Road at 2:53 a.m. Sunday for a report of a fight outside Club 360.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
RTA rail trains halted by power problems, service restored; bus driver hospitalized after...
Service on RTA rail trains was back to normal about 11 a.m. this morning, except for the Waterfront Line, where replacement shuttle buses are still being used.