By Sue Botos Rocky River Judging from the packed parking lot at the Rocky River Senior Center last week, Mayor Pam Bobst thought she might have had a good-sized turnout for her presentation about the proposed 0.5-percent income tax increase. However, only a handful of people awaited in the auditorium. “I should know better than [...]
Westlake City Council voted unanimously Thursday to spend $895,000 on a new ladder truck and related equipment for the fire department. The new vehicle will replace a similar unit that has been in service for 24 years. The city also owns a second ladder truck, a 2002 unit that will remain in service. With the purchase, the Westlake fire department will continue to possess two ladder trucks.
By Jeff Gallatin Bay Village Five Bay Village juveniles charged with dumping urine and tobacco spit on an autistic friend in a phony Ice Bucket Challenge incident in August will appear in juvenile court Nov. 6 after they were formally charged last week. The five juveniles, whose ages range from 14 to 16, are scheduled [...]
“Fairview Park Century Homes & Other Historical Sites” is the topic of tonight’s meeting of the Fairview Park Historical Society. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in Bain Park Cabin, 21077 North Park Drive. Historical Society President Chris Gerrett will present images, facts and stories the community’s historical sites.