Perry and Wickliffe students award grants to non-profits

by Submitted

PERRY/WICKLIFFE - Students in the Perry Service Learning (PSL) program and Wickliffe Learn. Lead. Serve. Program awarded $3,500 in grants to The Sub Zero Mission, Hospice of the Western Reserve, the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, Rescue Village, and Crossroads of Lake County.

School recognizes student achievements

by Marian McMahon

EASTLAKE – The Lake Academy, founded in 1997 as an alternative school for at-risk students, celebrated another Recognition Ceremony May 18 for its students who made special achievements this past year through their efforts.

Veterans honored in Willoughby Hills

by Gail Stuehr

Willoughby Hills – Willoughby Hills held an indoor Memorial Day program at the Community Center on a picture perfect day because of wet grounds.

Willoughby celebrates Memorial Day with a parade

by Gail Stuehr

WILLOUGHBY - Willoughby took advantage of a picture perfect day to honor those who served or died in protecting the country through the 2017 Memorial Day Parade and service. Led by the flashing lights of the Willoughby Police Department vehicles and color guard, and the Willoughby Fire Department vehicles and the Black Sheep Pipes and Drum, the parade wound its way through downtown Willoughby to the Willoughby Memorial Gardens, all to the cheers and waving flags of onlookers lining the street.

Vacant Wickliffe motel to become senior care center

by Glen Miller

PAINESVILLE – Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority has agreed to help finance the renovation of a vacant Wickliffe motel for the creation of a $49 million senior care facility at Interstate 90 and Euclid Avenue.

Multi-million dollar industry moving to Mentor

by Glen Miller

Mentor – The city is gaining 130 jobs and millions of dollars in taxable income because of a growing electronic parts distributing company's decision to build a new building off Tyler Boulevard.

A Kirtland soldier honors fallen comrades on Memorial Day

by Glen Miller

Kirtland – About 350 people gathered around the Kirtland Veterans Memorial after watching a Memorial Day parade lead by American Legion Post 609 as it marched along Chillicothe Road on Memorial Day.
Like other parades held throughout Lake County, it featured Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, fire trucks and, in this case, the identifiable anthems of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard played by the Kirtland High School Band.