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Church on the Rise will welcome a new behavioral therapy program for children with autism to help them prepare for school and life.
Driving a purple pedal-powered roadster, Bay High School junior Nathan Rosenhaus sped through a course of more than a dozen orange, blue and yellow cones set up in the school’s gym. He hit four of them.
The Lake Erie Nature & Science Center is training young forest guardians to protect the environment.
For one of the top volleyball rivalries in Cuyahoga County, Sept. 10’s matchup between the Magnificat Blue Streaks and the Saint Joseph Academy Jaguars produced a mostly-one-sided match.
For the first half of Saturday’s girls soccer contest between Magnificat and North Ridgeville, little separated the two state powerhouses. In a constant battle for possession, neither team forced unnecessary shots nor did either defense allow easy looks. This led to a 0-0 tie by halftime.
Trailing by a goal with six minutes left in regulation Sept. 11, Westlake forward Sami Jablonski started to feel nervous.
It took two days, but the first matchup between longtime rivals Rocky River and Fairview as Great Lakes Conference opponents did not disappoint.
For the Bay Rockets, bouncing back from an uncharacteristically bad loss to upstart conference foe Buckeye meant another tough matchup against the top team in the conference from last season: Elyria Catholic.
After 66 years as a fixture on Center Ridge Road with its distinctive angular sign, Szabo Shoes is closing at the end of October.