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O'Neill's to close Monday
O'Neill's Traditional Irish Pub and Restaurant will bid its regular
customers farewell with a closing party Monday from 5 to 11 p.m.
at West Bay Plaza on Detroit and Crocker roads will be turned over
to a Japanese hibachi steakhouse restaurant. (MORE)
NASA Glenn to test tornado siren Saturday at noon
WESTSHORE NASA's Glenn Research Center has informed
Fairview Park officials that the facility will test a tornado warning
siren Saturday at noon. The siren will sound for one minute or less
but will be very load, Glenn officials said.
High School student and SADD member Danny Lammers looks over
the body of Ashley Pease, one of two ‘fatalities’ at Tuesday’s
mock car crash. (West Life photo by Larry Bennet)
car crash drives message home
a clear, sun-soaked Tuesday at Westlake High School’s football
stadium, two vehicles sat utterly mangled, apparently by a high-speed collision. A bloodied female passenger lay sprawled across
the hood of a pickup truck, while two more people were slumped
inside unconscious. It
was the high school’s bi-annual mock car crash. The accident “victims” were actors, most of
them members of the school's chapter of Students Against Destructive
House plans big expansion
NORTH OLMSTED The
nonprofit organization serving people with mental retardation and
developmental disability issues will break ground for a $2.5 million
facility Friday. In addition to building a new 7,000 square-foot single
level building, the project will also renovate two existing homes.
makes decision on quiet zone
A close straw poll vote revelaed that a majority of City Council
members support the pursuit of a 24-hour railroad quiet zone. Mayor Pamela Bobst had advocated for a more limited
quiet zone that would be effective only between the hours of 10
p.m. and 7 a.m.
put on a show at the Jake
Over the weekend, the Westlake High School baseball
team got a chance to live a dream as they took on Avon Lake in the
fourth annual Hardball Classic at Jacobs Field, and played like the
home team Cleveland Indians in pummeling the Shoremen 7-1.
weaves tangled web in ‘Spider-Man 3’
villains, two women and hepcat strutting all compete for attention
in “Spider-Man 3,” a jumbled hodgepodge of action and soap opera,
says film scritic Ben Saylor.