Lakewood OH


Book chronicles Clevelanders’ WWII experiences

“Cleveland in World War II” covers both the war and the home front, detailing the participation and contributions of more than 300 residents.

Council begins talk on police division needs assessment

Rocky River By Sue Botos City Council has introduced legislation officially setting the wheels in motion for a much anticipated update of the police station. First announced in August, council began conversation regarding a $40,000 contract with Richard Bowen and Associates for a needs assessment of the law enforcement division. The measure is expected to […]

Murder mystery helps solve Spruce playground need

By Jeff Gallatin North Olmsted A lot of hard work by different people and organizations – including a murder mystery – led to children being able to have fun on new playground equipment at Spruce Primary School in North Olmsted. Officials from the North Olmsted City School District, North Olmsted Kiwanis, Spruce PTA and Park […]

Bay firefighters again seeking FEMA grant for new breathing tanks

By Jeff Gallatin BAY VILLAGE Bay Village officials hope the old adage “try, try again” works when it comes to obtaining assistance in replacing aging breathing tanks for the fire department. City Council approved at its Nov. 21 meeting applying again to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Assistance to Firefighters grant program to get 22 […]