Young people ride the “Trabant” Saturday at Summerfest, the
annual community festival held at Bohlken Park. (West Life Photos
by Larry Bennet)
RTA cuts to impact Westshore
Rocky River Civic Center to host public
Rocky River’s Don Umerley Civic Center will host the
first of five scheduled public hearings at which residents can comment
on proposed service reductions and a fuel surcharge.
Under the proposed fare changes, a ride on a bus or
rapid car would jump from $1.75 to between $2.25 and 2.50.
board not planning fire staffing vote in November
BAY VILLAGE Cuyahoga
County Board of Elections officials have no plans to put on the November
ballot an issue about shift staffing levels for the Bay Village fire
department. Law Director Gary Ebert had sent the board a letter
challenging the validity of the petitions submitted by the Bay Citizens
for Safety group.
pool to open by end of July
PARK The state Board of Health is scheduled to inspect
the competition pool, and possibly the leisure pool as well, on Monday,
Mayor Eileen Patton said.
Glenn to test emergency siren Saturday
Glenn Research Center will test a new siren/public address system
Saturday (July 26) at 9:30 a.m. The new system will be used to warn
employees and visitors of severe weather, workplace incidents and
emergencies, according to Glenn spokesperson Lori Rachul.
hair styles of today at Tomorrows, A Hair Salon
A Hair Salon, has been a Rocky River fixture for 25 years, located
in the revitalized Beachcliff Market Square on Detroit Road. Tomorrows
recently expanded its space to add 1,000 sq. ft., and now has full
massage and facial rooms available for clients.
tight end Winslow kicks off first camp
Last weekend at North Olmsted High School, nearly
120 youngsters got a taste of what it takes to get ready for an NFL
season from Cleveland Browns’ tight end Kellen Winslow.
bounces back from heart ailment to keep playing
Dussault is a blues player and a blues lover. But
the Colin Dussault Blues Project, which plays two free Westshore
concerts this weekend, reserve the right to bring their harmonica-driven
blues styles to anything they want, be it a Bob Dylan or Van Morrison
cover or their own originals.