legislation expected in May
NORTH OLMSTED Mayor Thomas O'Grady will formally
present his plan for a new $18 million recreation center in the coming
weeks. The plan involves voters passing a 1/8 percent income tax increase.
The mayor said the new facility will likely be called
a YMCA after one of the city's partners in the project.
staff put bike month into gear
BAY VILLAGE More
than 300 Bay
students and staff kicked off Bike to School Month Monday by shunning
automobiles. The campaign began last year as a way to protest rising gas prices and help the environment.
looking for witnesses to I-90 fatality
WESTLAKE Police want to speak with two witnesses to an April
12 accident that killed an Elyria woman who was trying to cross I-90.
The two are not considered suspects but may have important
witness information that no one else has.
Olmsted Hall of Fame to induct five Jeannie
Amodio was a three-year letter winner in volleyball, a two-year letter
winner in basketball and a four-year letter winner in softball during
her high school years. Currently
an instructor and head softball coach at Case Western Reserve University,
Amodio will be inducted into the Eagles athletic Hall of Fame Friday.
couple set to perform concert at Bay Lanes The
Bay husband-and-wife duo of Brent Hopper and Brittany Reilly, full-time
musicians specializing in folk, reggae, bluegrass and country, have
been touring in recent weeks in support of Reilly’s new CD “Good
Old Country Sound.” They will perform a free concert Friday at 7
p.m. at Bay Lanes.