Theresa Carter of Elyria and Erin Byrne of Wellington head west
on Hilliard Boulevard Saturday afternoon as part of the Susan
G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day walk. The two were making their
way to the 3-Day campsite at the Westlake Recreation Center.
(West Life photos by Larry Bennet)
raises $24K to fight breast cancer
WESTLAKE Westlake resident Pat Kendig was one of the participants
in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day walk, a
series of three-day, 60-mile walks that raise millions of dollars
for breast cancer research, education and community health programs.
Road improvements suggested
ROCKY RIVER The two most popular concepts include bump-outs in
locations to serve as gathering places and areas of landscaping. Features
like bike racks and waste baskets were also suggested to make the
area more pedestrian-friendly.
firefighters cutting overtime costs
BAY VILLAGE The positions were established as part of an agreement
between the city and fire department union to end legal challenges
that arose after Mayor Debbie Sutherland cut the minimum shift level
from six to five firefighters.
Sutherland said she is pleased with how the floater firefighters have
find success in Avon The
Frontier League baseball team won 10 of 14 games following the mid-July
All-Star break and are making a serious playoff bid. The team is winning at the box office as well, averaging
just under 2,900 fans per game at the new All Pro Freight Stadium.
Hospital’s ‘Starry Night’ event benefits two causes More than 630 guests recently gathered to help raise
funds for two worthwhile causes the Lakewood Hospital Diabetes
and Endocrine Center and the Lakewood Arts Festival Scholarship
Fund. The hospital’s fund-raiser has become the opening event for
the popular yearly arts festival.