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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.

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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.

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Construction of Cuyahoga Community College’s $40 million building on its Westshore Campus is nearly complete as crews add finishing touches to the interior.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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The 1.5-mile stretch between Alcatraz and the St. Francis Yacht Club is rough; there’s a constant current that pulls swimmers toward the infamous island in the San Francisco Bay , its water is 60 degrees and it’s choppy. Oh, and did we mention sharks?

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Being a police officer can be tough work, especially if you have four legs, a fur coat and big wide ears. That’s why the Westlake Police Department will be holding a fundraiser for its K9 unit on Saturday at Dave & Buster’s in Westlake.

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For many members of the 65-year-old nonprofit group the Northern Ohio Model A Club, it’s all about finding and restoring the cars, especially Henry Ford’s Model A — one of America’s early cruisers manufactured by the Ford Motor Co. from 1928 to 1931.

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I recently visited the Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society and marveled at the huge collection of vintage cars, planes and historical artifacts that told the history of the city.

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Avon High School sophomore Casey Oley is at UCLA this week, participating in Envision's National Youth Leadership Forum: Medicine. The 15-year-old aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon joins high school students from across the nation and the world who were selected for the hands-on academic devel…

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Rows of trash bags on the curb of some of the city’s older multi-family developments are about to disappear. Because if they don’t, the city will start enforcing fines every time residents fail to comply with new trash-removal laws.

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The city’s Planning Commission will review a revised proposal from Brickhaus Partners for its 700 Lake project at a special meeting Aug. 6 at 7 p.m.