of the Deaf and Deaf-Blind Committee on Human Rights attempt
to force their way into the Westlake office of Dr. Kornelia
Solymos Thursday. Westlake Police officers, including Capt.
Guy Turner, center, block the protesters from entering. (Photo
by Kevin Kelley)
activists protest Westlake doctor
Physician refuses to guarantee
interpreters, group says
WESTLAKE About 30 deaf persons and their
advocates held a three-and-a-half hour sit-in Thursday at the
office of Dr. Kornelia Solymos to demand that she and other physicians
provide and pay for sign language interpreters at office visits.
cancelled for 2006
FAIRVIEW PARK The lack of parking space due
to construction work at the new Westgate shopping center is forcing
community leaders to cancel Summerfest for 2006.
expected to veto portion of budget
NORTH OLMSTED The mayor says he will likely
reject council’s insertion to the budget of an additional correctional
officer for the police department.
game has changed in 30 years,
but not the coach
Despite being the all-time winningest girls basketball coach in the
state of Ohio (her 38-year record is 639-178), Lutheran West's Karen
Wittrock has always judged herself on what she taught her players
outside of the game.
as a lark, Blazer now creating a buzz
The rock quartet made up of Bay Village natives
specializes in a particular 1980s sound - post-punk,
melodious, with reverberating wall-of-sound guitars and moody vocals.