While League Park is not fully appreciated nationally, the authors say they’ve received great feedback from Clevelanders about their book. Ken Krsolovic said that’s because Clevelanders have a greater sense of sentimentality than those from other parts of the country and because a small portion of the park still exists.
By Nicole Hennessy Lakewood It’s construction season, but not just for roads and bridges. Warmer weather also allows homeowners to make major improvements to their properties. This has prompted LakewoodAlive, the city’s nonprofit group concerned with bettering residents’ living conditions, to launch a series called “Know Your Home,” which provides homeowners with workshops that educate [...]
A little bit of Euclid Beach Park came back to the Westshore Saturday, as the rocket ship car, restored from the amusement park’s dismantled ride, visited John Knox Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon. Now a street legal vehicle, the rocket ship car’s appearance was sponsored by Weber’s Premium Ice Cream, owned by John Knox member David Ford.
By Sue Botos Rocky River As an athlete, Rocky River native Kelly Patterson is not one to back down when challenged. So, she treated the diagnosis of a malignant brain tumor like facing the toughest opponent of her life. “She looked at me and said ‘Game on!’” her mother, Pat Patterson, said, recalling her daughter’s [...]