January 31, 2007
Cleveland Indians third baseman Andy Marte is welcomed by young
Tribe fans during a visit to Lakewood Catholic Academy Jan.
24. Right: Student Madison Mayer shows her team spirit. (Photos
by Larry Bennet)
talks baseball with kids
LAKEWOOD Three Cleveland Indians players, including All-Star center fielder Grady Sizemore,
visited Lakewood Catholic Academy to answer students' questions
about the game of baseball.
master plan calls for
redevelopment of Fairview Park property
A new master plan drafted by Glenn Research Center employees
would bring significant changes to the NASA campus, including the
redevelopment of its property north of Brookpark Road into a public
outreach area. However, a Fairview Park official reacted to the master
plan report with caution.
Meeting to reveal Crocker-Stearns
WESTSHORE To Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough, the coming Crocker-Stearsn
connection will be the culmination of many years hard work. “There literally hasn’t been a day in my 20 years
in office that there hasn’t been some thought about the Crocker-Stearns
connection work,” Clough said. “A lot of people have been working
on this for a long time.”
zone may not require safety measures
To the surprise of officials, a new study by the city
consulting engineer’s office found that Rocky River may implement
a rail quiet zone without adding any coslty supplemental safety
receptive to Lorain enhancements
PARK Local business owners seemed open to an engineering
firm's recommendations that parking lots be reconfigured so that
vehicles do not block the entrances to stores.
Erie to be filled with Monster excitement
owner Dan Gilbert's American Hockey League franchise, which begins
play at Quicken Loans Arean this October, will be called the Lake
Erie Monsters. Management is confident this team will succeed where
recent hockey franchises have failed.
Village, Westlake teens perform at rock hall
in the Living Room, whose indie-rock sound is influenced by groups
such as the Talking Heads, Modest Mouse, and Radiohead, has competed
in the final of the High School Rock-Off band contest for two consecutive