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October 17, 2007
The Cat in the Hat hugs Halle Parks, 4, of Westlake, as Casey
Patena, 2 and 1/2, of Olmsted Township, offers up a toy during
the popular Dr. Seuss character’s appearance at Barnes & Noble
at Crocker Park in Westlake last Friday. (West Life photo by
differ on I-90 agreement
Officials from Cuyahoga and Lorain counties will create
a joint economic development zone on the Avon I-90 interchange. The agreement ends months of wrangling and conflict
between different governmental bodies about the interchange. But Westlake
Mayor Dennis Clough said the agreement does his city no good because
it does not cover the major economic player The Cleveland Clinic.
Borland runs through Westlake
to raise money to fight rare disease
Tim Borland, an ultra-runner and trainer from California,
ran marathon No. 37 out of 63 in as many days through the streets
of Westlake last week. Borland's goal is to raise money for ataxia-telangiectasia
(A-T), a rare, fatal genetic disease that affects children.
issues stop order against alleged group home
NORTH OLMSTED City
officials have issued a cease and desist order to a Gareau Drive woman
alleging she is illegally operating a boarding house for women recently
released from prison in a residential neighborhood. However, the woman
insists she is not doing anything wrong.
go to 8 - 0
Rocky River's varsity football team, ranked third
in the state in the recent AP poll, celebrated Homecoming by trouncing
Bay Village, 56 to 6.
Rustic Restaurant to reopen in Rocky River
June 6, a prep cook arrived at Rustic Restaurant to discover that
a fire had broken out in the kitchen exhaust hood. Owners Gary and
Kurt Riegelsberger arrived moments later to see flames shooting
through the exhaust fan on the roof.
The establishment has been closed ever since. But the restaurant,
a fixture on the West Side since 1947, is set to reopen this month