Monthly Archives: April, 2013
By Nicole Hennessy Westshore Collaboration between cities can mean more efficiency. It can also mean a slow and arduous change in structure. While change is necessary for growth, it is difficult. Cities have individual economic, population, legal and geographic issues to consider, even for those seemingly similar, like the six that make up the Westshore [...]
By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted A former assistant superintendent in the North Olmsted school district has had his Ohio education license suspended and is permanently prohibited from applying for any new license. Ohio Department of Education officials said the action stems from Albert “Doug” Sebring’s conviction in Marion County Circuit Court in Florida on five [...]
By Nicole Hennessy Lakewood Unable to afford a downtown Lakewood location for his restaurant, Barroco Grill, Juan Vergara rented an old house on the eastern stretch of Madison, the main stretch of a neighborhood known as Birdtown. He figured he might be able to spark more businesses moving into this quiet part of town, full [...]
Three Fairview High students are members of the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra, which will traditionally ends its season of eight or nine concerts with a performance at the University Circle music palace.