Marc DeWerth first became interested in bigfoot in the 1970s while watching an episode of “In Search Of…,” the TV program narrated by Leonard Nimoy that explored the paranormal. While watching the program, DeWerth’s grandfather told him of reported Bigfoot sightings in Ohio. Shortly afterwards, he came across a 1978 book by Canadian Bigfoot researcher John Green entitled “Sasquatch: The Apes Among Us” in the Hilliard Elementary School library.
By Cynthia Schuster-Eakin Cleveland Restaurant Week, Nov. 3 through Nov. 15, is a salute to Northeast Ohio’s independent restaurants. Celebrate with a three-course prix fixe meal at one of your favorite dining establishments. Or, take the opportunity to sample the fare at a restaurant you have not yet had a chance to visit. Unless specified [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted In his usual quiet and professional way, Patrolman Jack Justice took some big steps Thursday toward meeting his goal of getting back on the road as a North Olmsted city police officer. Justice walked into the North Olmsted Police Station shortly before 7 a.m. for his first day of work [...]
Division I girls golf By Dan Gilles Niki Schroeder put herself in a great position following last Friday’s 74 at the Division I State Girls Golf Championships at Ohio State’s Gray Course. Despite cold and wet conditions last Saturday, Schroeder went out and performed even better. The Avon Lake senior, who will golf for Ohio [...]