If you missed anything around town this week, it’s OK. Here’s a highlight of the stories from around Lakewood this week to get you caught up.
Missing 10-Year-Old Boy Found by City Refuse Worker: “Getting to go for a ride in the garbage truck quickly ended any tears the boy may have had.”
Pedestrian Struck by Car on Detroit Avenue: According to the report, the woman was struck on Detroit Avenue near Riverside Drive.
Lakewood Schools Granted $50 Million for Construction, Renovation: District will need to ask voters for a bond issue to receive funding.
Overhaul of Kauffman Park Presented to Planning Commission: On Wednesday, about about a dozen neighbors showed up to introduce the proposal to city.
Cotton Set to Open on Detroit Avenue: The new business will be “the place to go to by mid- to high-end sheets, duvets, tablecloths.”
Lakewood Skating Toward Lease Agreement for Winterhurst: However, there are a few details that need ironed out first.
Humble Wine Bar Expected to Open in Time for Lakewood Arts Festival: The owners of Deagan’s, who brought the successful “gastropub” concept to Lakewood, are opening in the renovated Drug Mart Plaza.