CHESTERLAND – DeJohn Funeral Homes and Crematory is hosting a special presentation on President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination and funeral Wednesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. at the DeJohn Funeral Homes & Celebrations Center, 12811 Chillicothe Rd. in Chesterland.
Mentor – Well-known Mentor developer Richard Osborne, Jr. has been told to revise plans to rezone nearly 7-acres from R-4 residential to residential village green (RVG) use because his proposed subdivision is “too dense” and lacks a designated green space area.
PAINESVILLE – Deer are endangering aircraft that land and take off from Lost Nation Airport runways, a problem Airport Manager Patti Fulop wants to prevent before there is a crash.
PAINESVILLE - Ticket sales for the Lake County YMCA 2017 Dream House kicked off April 17.
MENTOR - Each year individuals with disabilities get a chance to show off their abilities through the Deepwood Idol event on the main stage at the Great Lakes Mall. They practice their songs all year long and carefully select their outfits to prepare for this day in the spotlight.
Future Chefs Challenge tests early culinary skills
PERRY - Perry School District is pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Sodexo Future Chefs culinary competition. Open to Perry third- and fourth-grade students, the event required participants to submit their favorite healthy comfort food recipe.
CONCORD TOWNSHIP - The Greenway Corridor pathway was closed April 10 in the area where the pathway goes under state Route 608 in Concord Township. The pathway was closed due to the replacement on the state Route 608 bridge over the pathway.
Mentor – City council spent most of its April 4 meeting approving $7.5 million in 6-month bond notes to finance six 2017 public works projects, part of which is $1.85 million for the start of much-needed road repairs in the Mentor Headlands.
Mentor – Mentor will officially become part of the Lake County Port and Economic Development Authority following the dissolution of its own 14-year-old port authority in early May.
The dissolution ordinance was approved at Mentor City Council's April 4 meeting, but not on emergency, meaning it goes into effect in 30 days.