Mark Donnelly of the 87th Cleveland Pipe Band plays “God Bless
America” at the conclusion of a Sept. 11 commemoration Sunday
evening at the Westlake Schools Performing Arts Center. Behind
Donnelly, from left to right, are WKYC newsman Tim White, who
delivered the keynote address, Westlake Police Chief Richard
Walling, and Westlake Schools Superintendent James Costanza.
(Photo by Larry Bennet)
reflects on shock,
grief of terrorist attacks
WESTLAKE Leaders and residents mourned
the loss of the 3,000 lives lost five years ago and contemplated
how the world has changed since Sept. 11, 2001.
have many housing options, say fair organizers
NORTH OLMSTED A wide range of senior housing
facilities and organizations will have representatives and information
available at a free fair Sept. 20 at both the Senior Center and the
North Olmsted Community Cabin.
chief organizing local Lockheed Martin office
FAIRVIEW PARK Frank Berkopec, a retired NASA
Glenn engineer and former president of the Fairview Park Board of
Education, is heading up the local office of Lockheed Martin, which
won the contract to build America’s next spacecraft.
match up at Browns Stadium
Graduates of Westlake and Bay high schools met on the
gridiron at the Cleveland Browns season opener.
off with the fresh fruit taste of Rita’s Italian Ice
Italians immigrated to the United States in the early part of the
20th century, they brought with them their recipes for flavored
ices, which they made from either crushed ice or by shaving blocks
of ice with sharpened blades. This longtime favorite has been available
for years on America's East Coast. Now is comes to the Westshore.