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Bay Village man accused of falsely claiming his parents had been shot
A Bay Village man was arrested on suspicion of inducing panic after police said he told several of his neighbors that his parents had been shot.
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'Pearls Before Swine' creator coming to Rocky River, talent show in Westlake, school board in Bay Village: West Shore Morning Links
Pearls Before Swine: Stephan Pastis, creator of the comic strip "Pearls Before Swine," will visit Rocky River on April 2 for a free program at 7 p.m. at the West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, 20401 Hilliard Blvd. The event is sponsored by the Rocky River Public Library and Joseph-Beth Booksellers.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Ohio Rose 2013 Kelsey Higgins
St. Patrick's Day is just days away. My schoolteacher mother called to remind me that while many now associate the holiday with excessive drinking, it's actually a holy day for Irish Catholics.
Westlake City Council signs off on agreement to help bring hotel to Crocker Park: 5 things you should know
The ordinance authorizes a cooperative agreement with the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority so that the port -- not the city -- will issue bonds for public improvements tied to the hotel project.
F.N.B. Capital Partners invests in The Shamrock Cos.
The amount was not disclosed, but Pittsburgh-based FNBCP said it supported the recapitalization of Shamrock, providing the management team increased liquidity to position the Westlake, Ohio-based integrated marketing communications and project management company for future growth.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Cleveland to appeal ruling in water dispute with Westlake
The city of Cleveland has served notice that it intends to appeal a court ruling last month that blocked additional fees for Westlake water customers.
21-year-old shoplifting suspect tried to convince police she was a juvenile:Westlake police blotter
Westlake police said she and several other people in the car were suspected of shoplifting from a Crocker Park Boulevard store.
Bella the bulldog builds kids' reading skills at Westlake library
On Wednesdays, she sets up shop at the Westlake Porter Public Library where kids can gain confidence by reading aloud to the nonjudgemental and very laid back English bulldog.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Teachers Raise the Bar
Monday, March 3, four Lakewood teachers volunteered their time to bartend at Around the Corner in Lakewood to help raise money for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank .
Sewer project progressing in Rocky River, West Side Democrats in...
The $3.6-million sewer project on Frazier Drive and Beachcliff Boulevard in Rocky River is progressing, despite the brutal winter, city officials say.
Ohio Attorney General: Westlake gun business accused of fleecing customers
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has taken a local gun-accessory business to court, alleging that it accepted money for products customers ordered through its web site and failed to deliver products or refunds.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Second SNOBALL Run in Bay Village attracts record number of runners, benefits athletic programs
Winter may not be the most popular time to host a road race, but it's works for the Bay Rocket Athletic Boosters.
Bay Village residents facing higher sewer bills
The higher rates stem from the most recent flow study at the wastewater treatment plant jointly operated by Bay, Rocky River, Westlake and Fairview Park.
Westlake, Rocky River schools begin teacher contract talks
Superintendent Dan Keenan said his goal is to negotiate "a fair contract to stay competitive enough to continue our mission, but also remain economically responsible."
76-year-old woman missing in Westlake
Westlake police are looking for an elderly woman who went missing this morning. Jewell Gartin, 76, is a white female with short white curly hair, about 5'3 with a thin build and spinal curvature.
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Westlake votes down controversial changes to the way it picks police and fire chiefs
Two of the three members of Westlake's Civil Service Commission voted against a proposal that would have granted more flexibility to the city's mayor when picking a police or fire chief.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Westlake woman was intoxicated when she tried to pick her children up at school, police say: Pick of the blotter
A Westlake woman was arrested twice on Feb. 21, police said, first after she tried to pick up her children at school while drunk and again after she jumped out of her father's car as he was trying to take her home.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The dirt on cleaning salt stains from your boots and shoes this winter: Fashion Rescue
This winter has been a beast and our shoes and boots are suffering the most. There are easy ways to treat your footwear so that they'll see another Cleveland winter.
Westlake Civil Service Commission expected to deny mayor's request to choose chiefs
The Westlake Civil Service Commission on Monday is expected to deny the mayor's request for leeway in choosing fire and police chiefs -- something the commission meant to do on Friday.