Elementary School third-grader Sarah Balazy flips newly made
wet paper onto drying felt pad during art class Friday. Artist
Tom Balbo, founder of the Morgan Paper Conservatory, visited
the Westlake school to teach them the process of making paper.
(West Life photo by Larry Bennet)
paper is messy, Hilliard students learn
at Hilliard Elementary School donned old shirts, and even boots,
to avoid staining their regular clothing during art class Friday
fatally shoot pet dog
rights activists protest City Hall
Animal rights activists called for the police officer officer
who fatally shot a family dog March 7 be fired during a protest at
Westlake City Hall Wednesday. Police said the dog aggressively charged
the officer, who was responding to a home burglary alarm. WATCH
VIDEO OF PROTEST
firefighters talking again
NORTH OLMSTED City officials have until the end of March to file a municipal budget
with state officials. The city wants to wrap up the budget process by finalizing a contract with
the fire union. Other city unions have entered into agreements in
which they give up about 10 percent each in concessions.
Bay Village info turns scowls into smiles
VILLAGE Last month, Forbes magazine listed Cleveland at the
top of its municipal "misery index," citing high unemployment
and taxes. But recently the financial publisher reported Bay Village
is second in the nation when it comes to rising home prices.
Roofing makes customer service a priority
Deerfield Roofing provides all-phase roofing, siding
and gutters and does complete tear-offs. No job is too big or too
small for the company, which has been in business for about 24 years,
says longtime employee Joe Egnor.
Salupo, Kelly and Dempsey
place at state
Westlake senior Conner Dempsey, North Olmsted senior
Chriss Kelly and St. Edward senior Anthony Salupo a Westlake
resident each reached the podium in their respective Division
I weight classes after three days of some of the best wrestling in
the country. And each took unique paths to earn his medal.
add to St. Patrick’s Day festivities
do not need the luck of the Irish to find a great place to celebrate
St. Patrick’s Day. Restaurant columnist Cynthia
Schuster-Eakin tells of great food and entertainment specials offered
by local establishments.