Lakewood OH


Stories of regional interest and hyper-local: Can they live in harmony?

By Susan Condon Love / Columnist For three decades, I’ve had the privilege of working at newspapers. It’s a profession that I fell in love with when I was still in grade school, working on the newsletter for St. Angela Merici elementary school in Fairview Park. Following stints on my high school newspaper and The […]

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.

Westlake sophomore’s second film festival short advocates small deeds for the environment

In her short film “Just One Drop,” Westlake High School sophomore Katie Cirincione uses the image of a leaky faucet both as an example and a metaphor for small environmental problems that, if properly addressed, can have a huge impact.

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.”



RSS Syndication