Mike Harris of Lodi leads a blessing prior to the start of the
Manor Care Poker Run July 29 in North Olmsted. Manor Care sponsored
the event at several of its facilities to raise funds for the
United Service Organization. (Photo by Larry Bennet)
asked to review purchase
recent real estate purchase by the city's economic development director
will be sent to the Ohio Ethics Commission for additional review.
Last month, city Law Director Andrew Bemer had cleared Kory Koran
of any wrongdoing in the purchase of a vacant Lake Road storefront
license transfer on hold pending state investigation
ROCKY RIVER Koran's purchase of Dorutinaís
Deli included a liquor license for beer and wine, and wine sales
on Sundays. When the license transfer came before City Council for
approval Friday, members
unanimously voted to object to the switch because
the transaction will be investigated by the Ohio Ethics Commission.
dive team lends a hand
BAY VILLAGE Four members of the fire departmentís
dive team went to Eastlake July 28 to help Lake County deal with the
massive flooding there. Among their duties was searching for the body
of a drowned man.
groups mull future
WESTLAKE Amid speculation that Lakewood's
Beck Center may relocated to Crocker Park, Heather Drago and a committee
of art backers are moving ahead with plans to form a Westlake Arts
celebrates 50 years of Tuesday morning golf
Anna Eucker is in her 44th year as a member of the
Tuesday Metropolitan Women's Golf Association. She is the longest-standing
member of the group that celebrated its 50th anniversary as a league
on July 25.
Viva Barcelona team promises
quality food, service and fun
a new team on deck at Viva Barcelona restaurant in Westlake.
New owner Nick Asimakis has enlisted the help of long-time
friend and business associate Jason Green. West
Life food critic Cynthia Schuster-Eakin
reports on how they're doing.