September 14, 2005
aerial view of the new Westgate, as seen from Center Ridge Road
looking south, shows a Target store just to the south and west
of the existing Kohl’s Department Store. (Drawing by The Richard
E. Jacobs Group)
home improvement store to anchor new shopping center
and a large home improvement store apparently will be the
two largest anchor stores in the new Westgate Shopping Center,
according to documents recently filed with the Fairview Park
Planning Commission by The Richard E. Jacobs Group.
union clash over Katrina aid
NORTH OLMSTED The administration is not letting
a fireman work in the stricken Gulf Goast region due to fears the
firefighters' union will file grievances over manpower shortages
or overtime work. Union officials say they have given the city assurances
they will cover the firefighter's shifts.
guy’s service stands out
WESTSHORE Although Phil Batten sees himself
as just an ordinary guy, the Cleveland Browns honored him Sunday
with one of their Hats Off to Our Heroes awards, which was presented
to him on the field by Browns Hall-of-Famer Jim Brown.
powers Westlake to victory
new head coach Bob Thayer is of the Woody Hayes school of football.
He likes to run the ball.
Not surprisingly, the Demons Gained
238 yards on 44 carries while eating up valuable clock time in their
win over Rocky River 21-7 at Leo Duchez Field Friday night.
Playhouse finds new murder mystery
it's one of an endless number of British murder-mysteries, Theater
Critic Art Thomas calls "Something to Hide," now running at the
Clague Playhouse, a refreshing change from the stodgy Agatha Christie
scripts that so many theaters rehash.