Lakewood OH


Local entrepreneur solves dining dilemma with CLESeats

By Sue Botos Westshore – Foodies looking for a great dinner or the best happy hour in town no longer have to scroll through dozens of online restaurant listings looking for something to tempt their taste buds or find a good deal. Now, thanks to Lakewood resident Lauren Kluth, there’s an app for that. Kluth, […]

COLUMN: Kasich: End to polarization starts in our neighborhoods

This column was excerpted from Gov. John Kasich’s 2017 State of the State Address given April 4 in Sandusky.

OPINION: Issue 121 moves Westlake forward and won’t increase taxes

“We have an excellent opportunity with Issue 121 to replace the four elementary schools with one centrally-located building for grades Pre-K through 4th grade. This new facility would be built to accommodate all of our youngest citizens, with age appropriate separations and shared space and resources.”

Student essay contest trumps hateful rhetoric

Why us? As denizens of the Cleveland area, we’ve survived The Drive, The Fumble, The Shot, The Burning River, The Mayor’s Burning Hair. Now, most likely, we will have to live down The Donald. It all looked too good to be true last year when the Republican National Committee chose Cleveland for its quadrennial convention. […]



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