Lakewood OH


Welcome House celebrates 35 years of helping clients live independently

Westshore By Sue Botos Back in 1972, individuals with developmental disabilities were routinely placed in institutions, or families coped the best they could at home with the limited resources available. William Steudel and his wife would not accept this life for their son Bill, who had Down Syndrome. They wanted him to live fully and […]

C-SPAN bus offers moving exhibit of US political process

(Editor’s note: The C-SPAN bus will be at Crocker Park, parked outside of Anthropologie, in Westlake the afternoon of Tuesday, July 19.) By Sue Botos Westshore The 45-foot-long, customized bus cruising around the area this week could easily be the private transportation a Republican Party VIP. But the public is welcome aboard the vehicle, adorned in […]

Councilman’s building gets power from sunlight

The entire project, which included a new roof, new awnings and the installation of the solar panels, cost between $40,000 and $50,000.

Guts and glory: Magnificat grad receives presidential award for biological research

It could be said that North Olmsted native Michelle O’Malley has a gut instinct when it comes to science.