By Ryan Kaczmarski I started this summer with a goal of competing in, and finishing, the annual Classic at Mastick 5K cross country race. I have covered the event over the last few years, and I thought it would be fun to get out there and run with all of the local cross country teams […]
Time Out By Joe Ostrica The West Shore Conference has gone through its share of changes since it was first formed in the 2005-06 school year. With Avon -one of the original WSC teams – leaving to join the Southwestern Conference at the start of the 2015-16 school year, and now four WSC schools filing […]
By Nicole Hennessy Westlake In partnership with The Civic Commons, West Life will be gathering a different group of people from the Westshore community each week and ask them a question related to the 2012 political season. This week, we asked a group of Westlake High School seniors “What do you wish the candidates were […]
The passing years and his short tenure in the White House led James Garfield – and his promise as president – to be largely forgotten by Americans. But the loss of the president affected Americans deeply at the time, author Candice Millard says.