Leah Holloran, of Lakewood, leads a group of participants Saturday
in the first Great White Winter Cross Country Ski Chase at Springvale
County Club in North Olmsted. For more event photos, see the
published edition of West Life, on newsstands now. (West Life
photo by Larry Bennet)
police suggest race fee
WESTLAKE Citing a growing number of fundraising road races
in the city last year, the Westlake Police Department is asking City
Council to consider legislation to limit the number of races and impose
fees on sponsoring organizations.
hopes to make most of airport WESTSHORE
Communities near Cleveland Hopkins Airport are working with
Cleveland State University to study whether the transportation center
can be used as an engine for more economic development.
department revamping proposed
NORTH OLMSTED Mayor Kevin Kennedy has proposed eliminating four
captain’s positions and hiring up to 15 part-time firefighters. The
mayor said the movewill give the city added flexibility during another
tight budget year.
a three-peat Bay’s Craft wins third diving crown No other diver has ever won three state diving championships.
Senior Nikki Craft’s latest win capped off a high school career that
saw her make four trips to the state finals.
are looking forward to being rescued As
houseplants come in so many sizes and also different needs, they
can no longer be ignored. Whether it is a lonely African violet
that cries out for help or a large palm tree, all are clamoring
West Life gradening columnist Thea Steinmetz tells Westshore residents
how to bring the houseplants along.