December 10, 2008
chat with Santa
Four-year-old Alice Chambers has a serious talk with Santa Claus
at the “Christmas in Fairview Park” tree lighting Sunday evening.
The annual event, which featured a performance by the Scarlet
Singers, Fairview High School’s show choir, moved to the city’s
new recreation center after being held at City Hall for several
years. See page 10A of the published edition of West Life, on
newsstands now, for more photos of the event. (West Life photo
by Kevin Kelley)
More layoffs possible
NORTH OLMSTED The mayor said unless City Council approves a temporary
increase in the income tax credit, 25 to 30 municipal employees will
be laid off instead of just 15.
to open Dec. 18
WESTSHORE A ceremony at the North-Olmsted-Westlake border will
mark the opening of the long anticipated roadway that will connect
I-90 and I-480.
apply for Ward 6 council seat
Westlake residents have applied for the soon-to-be-vacated City Council
seat currently held by Nan Baker, who will resign at the end of the month to assume
her new job as state representative.
Express Carwash & Detail Center
offers first-class gift ideas
#1 Express Carwash & Detail Center isn’t your
typical car wash. For the second year in a row, it was voted the best
carwash by the readers of West Shore Magazine from 17 cities.
second half fuels Rockets
The visiting Rockets kept things close, then exploded
for a 24-point fourth quarter for a 61-53 win in Friday night's season
restaurant trots out some dining bargains
for its barbecued spareribs, Pacers has competed in rib cook-offs
across the country, winning over $60,000 in prize money. The restaurant
was awarded the title “Best Ribs” and “Best Sauce” two years in
a row at the National Rib Cook-Off here in Cleveland.