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Police arrest Lakewood mother's drunk ex-boyfriend: Lakewood police blotter
Drunk and disorderly, Marlowe Avenue: At 12:30 a.m. July 25, a Lakewood man said his mother's drunken ex-boyfriend was in his house refusing to leave.
2 hrs ago
Fairview Park schools hire Lakewood administrator as interim superintendent
The board hired Wagner after an investigation showed its first choice for superintendent, Geoffrey Andrews, inaccurately reported his work history .
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Lakewood liquor store employee tackles teenage shoplifter
A manager Jimmy Rofail's Lakewood liquor store knew that four teenagers in his store Tuesday night were up to no good.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Obamacare funding allows two Cleveland health centers to serve more patients
Many people equate the Affordable Care Act - also known as Obamacare - with being able to buy a health insurance policy on the exchange.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Downed branches, power lines keep hundreds of Lakewood residents in the dark
More than 450 Lakewood FirstEnergy customers were still without electricity Monday, many because of power lines near the intersection of Alger Road and Delaware Avenue downed in Sunday's rainstorm.
FitzGerald:a SMiddle class, poor left behind
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald on Sunday accused Republican Gov. John Kasich of balancing the budget on the backs of local governments.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Hilliard Square Theather
The city of Lakewood has put up a fence in front of the former Hilliard Square Theater to keep pedestrians away from the building because of safety concerns.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Two men fight over insult to bar employee: Westlake police blotter
Bar fight, Center Ridge Road: At 3:13 a.m. July 22, a 38-year-old North Olmsted man and a 25-year-old Lakewood man were arrested after fighting at a Westlake bar over a perceived slight to a female employee.
Woman finds strange man in her bed: Lakewood police blotter
Wrong apartment, Madison Avenue: At 12:23 a.m. July 20, a resident of a Madison Avenue apartment found a man she didn't know sleeping in her bed.
Suspected thief found hiding in a car in Lakewood
James Meredith, 21, of Lakewood, who is suspected of stealing items from at least three cars parked on Dowd Avenue and Quail Street Monday morning, was found hiding in a car that wasn't his, a police report said.
Melt Bar & Grilled's Matt Fish dishes on his 5 favorite Cleveland-area restaurants: 5 for Friday
Tall, slender, bald, generously inked with Cleveland tattoos. If you didn't know he owned one of Cleveland's most popular hyper-local indie restaurant chains , you'd still know he was Cleveland to the core just by looking at him.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Former Lakewood band director mentioned in report on Ohio State band sexualized culture
Nathan Harris, the former Lakewood High School band director who resigned while facing sexual battery charges involving a student, is mentioned by situation -- though not by name -- in a titillating report on the sexualized culture of the Ohio State University marching band.
Nepali teen launches newspaper to guide his community in the Cleveland tradition
Hari Kumar Dahal had just set down a couple of copies of Connecting Cleveland on a counter in Everest Grocery, one of his advertisers, when a trio of customers walked into the Lakewood store.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Beer names, styles released for Cleveland Beer Week's Collaboration Kickoffs
The only thing the brews of Cleveland Beer Week's Collaborations Kickoffs have in common is that they all will be sessionable creations, topping out at 6 percent alcohol.
New Rocky River senior services director wants to dispel aging myths
Debbie Bock wants you to remember this: older people are not necessarily frail, they have many interests and they have a lot of life experience to offer if you take the time to listen.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Lakewood schools hire new high school band director to replace former director facing sex charges
The school board Monday night approved hiring a new high school band director after the previous band director quit July 9 while facing charges of sexual battery involving a student.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
How to hire a repair person, native plant conference in Dayton and...
Unscrupulous repair businesses take advantage of homeowners after damaging storms.
Fairview Park Garden Club conducts online rain barrel auction: A Place in the Sun
The rain barrels were decorated by students from Fairview and Lutheran West high schools, St. Joseph Academy and Messiah Lutheran School.
Lakewood City Council Monday plans to tackle chicken farming and corporate political spending (live coverage)
LAKEWOOD, Ohio - City Council tonight is expected to discuss whether to allow residents to raise chickens in the city and whether to approve a measure calling for a constitutional amendment to abolish "corporate personhood."