President Bill Clinton addresses a crowd at Lakewood High School
last Saturday. Several hundred people attended the rally for
Senator Hillary Clinton. (West Life photo by Larry Bennet)
Clinton campaigns in Lakewood
LAKEWOOD The former president extolled
his wife's health care and education plans during a campaign
stop at Lakewood High School just three days before Ohio's presidential
arrest made at Westlake High School
15-year old female student at Westlake High School was arrested Feb.
28 after she allegedly offered to sell illegal drugs to fellow students.
All of them refused the offer, and one reported the incident to a
teacher. And on Monday morning, a 17-year-old male student
was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia
following the execution of a search warrant at his Horseshoe Boulevard
picket City Hall about cuts BAY
VILLAGE Firefighters contend the city's decision to cut minimum
staffing levels a safety hazard. The union said the city doesn’t have
to balance the budget by cutting so much from the fire department.
Mayor Debbie Sutherland said the cuts apply only when a firefighter
calls off sick and won’t affect most of the calls the department receivces.
Carlo sets tone for Warrior program Senior Corey Carlo, battling through a broken bone in his hand, managed
a sixth-place finish Saturday in the state wrestling championships.He was the first two-time state qualifier for the
Warriors since 1997.
singer-songwriter relocating to Nashville Anne
E. DeChant, who for nearly two decades has performed throughout
the area both as a solo artist and as a member of the group Odd
Girl Out, is moving to Nashville to advance her career.
Lakewood's Winchester Tavern and Concert Hall will host a farewell
concert by DeChant March 21.