Students struggling with mental health issues will get more help at school starting next year.
The earliest memory Andrew Keith, 32, has of his abilities comes from his childhood. Whenever his mother was in pain, he would place his hands on whatever joint or muscle hurt and her pain would go away.
From the outside, Jeff Hartz’s home on Dover Center Road seems ordinary. The light-blue, cottage-style house sits across from St. Raphael Catholic Church.
School officials last week approved a $29,070 contract with DWA Recreation, a PlayCore company, for new handicap-accessible playground equipment at Goldwood Primary School. Work is expected to start in June and be completed by the start of the upcoming school year.
Plans for a bigger and better and Bradstreet’s Landing are proceeding more than two years after the city closed the popular fishing pier and lakefront park for safety reasons.
The city will hire sharpshooters to kill 35 deer this fall and winter that officials hope will limit the property damage caused by deer and reduce car-deer accidents.
The city of Rocky River is asking the county to foreclose on the seven-story Westgate Plaza building where the city leases space for the police department.
At 11, Ryan Hill has plenty of activities (and schoolwork) to fill his days. When he’s not in class at Dover Intermediate School, he’s playing Fortnite, watching the Columbus Blue Jackets or hanging out with friends.
A night of tricks and treats will be held Saturday at the Rocky River United Methodist Church on Detroit Road.
The faint scent of hickory gently wafted through the air as a gentle breeze from Lake Erie spread the aroma throughout the city. Sounds of conversation loud and gentle could be heard on almost every street as people circle around fire pits for a night of drinks and conversation.
The city and the school board are seeking public comments about a proposal to improve walking and biking routes to Bay Middle School, Normandy Elementary School and Westerly Elementary School.
A Canadian landlord who has a history of building code violations has spent the past week scrambling to fix a non-working elevator and fire alarm and sprinkler systems at the seven-story Westgate Plaza office tower where the Rocky River Police Department has leased space since Aug. 1.
City Council recently rezoned about 14 acres on the southeast corner of Corporate Circle Drive across from Crocker Park for development of four, one-story buildings that will hold shops, restaurants and offices.
On a quiet Tuesday night, in a corner of the Bay Village library set aside for teenage readers, eight residents ages 50 and older sit around two tables doing what they love: playing bridge. Surrounded by books on teenage dilemmas, dramas and love, near a sign advertising a flip cup challenge…
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.
After 66 years as a fixture on Center Ridge Road with its distinctive angular sign, Szabo Shoes is closing at the end of October.
In 1810, Cleveland had a grand total of 57 hardy residents. Cuyahoga County was new and the state of Ohio was only 7 years old.
Ohio Flags of Honor, a traveling memorial honoring Ohio service members killed in the War on Terror, Iraq and Afghanistan, will be on display around the clock from 6 p.m. Sept. 13 to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Shoreway Shopping Center, 4128 Lake Road.
Brightly colored letters set in the front lawn spelled out “Welcome to WES” as nearly 1,000 students arrived Thursday for their first day at the new $38 million elementary school on Center Ridge Road.
Construction of Cuyahoga Community College’s $40 million building on its Westshore Campus is nearly complete as crews add finishing touches to the interior.
Church of the Redeemer reminded the community on Sunday that it welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
On a recent hot but perfect summer day, 16 volunteers gathered on a gravel trail near the Bay Village Community House that leads down a rocky hill to the banks of Cahoon Creek. People of all ages were smiling and talking, but they were there to keep the city’s beloved creek as picturesque as…
WESTLAKE - More than 1,200 first through fourth grade students will enter a whole new world of learning when school starts in Westlake Thursday, Aug. 29. The following week, kindergarten and pre-kindergarten student will join them.
Sheffield Lake residents will pay an extra 48 cents a month for leaf removal as part of an expanded leaf pickup program the city will launch this fall.
The Westlake school board, after further review, has decided to only cut bus service to two private schools not eight for the upcoming school year.
Developers of 700 Lake are close to reaching a final design for the 2.5-acre, $35 million lakefront condominium and townhome development on Lake Road just west of Bradstreet’s Landing park.
SHEFFIELD VILLAGE - The Lorain County VA Outpatient Clinic will remain in Sheffield Village, but move into a newly built 25,000-square-foot facility at 5329 N. Abbe Road, next door to the current clinic.
SHEFFIELD VILLAGE - Sheffield Village councilmen Kevin Watkinson and Bob Marcovich turned in petitions by the Aug.7 filing deadline to ensure their names appear on the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
Sheffield Village Council will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday to select a resident to fill the council seat of Jean Ackerman, who resigned unexpectedly July 22. The meeting will be held in council chambers, 4340 Colorado Ave.
SHEFFIELD VILLAGE - Longtime councilwoman Carolyn Y. White filed petitions to run for Sheffield Village mayor in an attempt to unseat incumbent John Hunter in the Nov. 5 general election. She is giving up her council seat, which she has held since 2007, to make the run.
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE: Three current Sheffield-Sheffield Lake school board members want to stay on the board for four more years.
SHEFFIELD LAKE - Some changes are expected to be made to proposed legislation that would tighten requirements for owning chickens and other fowl in the city.
Poly One has put plans for a research and development center on hold until next year while it completes an alternative energy study of the Avon Lake campus.
To Jennifer Fisher, the community library is so much more than a place where you can borrow books, DVDs, magazines and CDs.
Nine-year-old Jetari Veal holds his hand up for help as he sits in front of a computer in a large gray, orange and blue classroom with four other students at Westlake Porter Public Library. He has a problem: He’s already finished the first exercise in the class — creating a scene on his comp…