love ya, tomorrow!’
Alex Lathem as Daddy Warbucks, Francesca Grignon as Annie and
fellow cast members perform in Holly Lane Elementary School
third-graders’ performance of “Annie Jr.” March 19. (West Life
photos by Larry Bennet)
reviewing Lorain Road project for problems
NORTH OLMSTED The deteriorating road conditions after the more than
$1 million in construction work was completed less than two years
ago has prompted a series of complaints from city officials, motorists,
businesses and residents.Now the Ohio Department of Transportation has begun
a formal review of the work which was done on Lorain Road from Canterbury
Road east to the Fairview Park border.
mulls extending council terms
ROCKY RIVER Are two years in office long enough
to become familiar with the job of council member and still get anything
accomplished? That's what the nine-member Charter Review Commission
Abatements creating good jobs
WESTLAKE Through 2007, tax abatement agreements
made with Westlake businesses over the past nine years have created
746 jobs, a city report says.
beautiful skin with Ann Reichel Skin Care Salon
In a culture
where youth and beauty are so highly regarded, it’s no surprise that
your skin becomes your biggest accessory. Ann
Reichel Skin Care Salon in Bay Village offers an extensive variety
of facials; waxings; and manicures and pedicures.
career proves golden Longtime
assistant football coach Bruce Peepers believed in being a positive
influence on the athletes he worked with. The Greater Cleveland Football Coaches Association
recently acknowledged him for 47 years of coaching and being
a positive influence on area athletes with the 2007 Golden Deeds award.