In case you missed any of the headlines in Lakewood during the week, we thought we’d highlight a few of ‘em for you.
: Eric Williams is working on plans to open El Carnicero in the now-shuttered McCarthy's Ale House at 16918 Detroit Avenue.
Planning Commission to Revisit City's Historic Preservation Ordinance: It’s been six years since the ordinance has been reviewed. Following the recent decision on the fate of the Heideloff property, the planning commission thinks it’s time for a second look.
City’s Boards and Commissions Under the Microscope: Lakewood City Council is taking a look at the city’s boards and commissions and reviewing their effectiveness — and whether they’re still needed at all.
: In the past four years, Beck Center has achieved positive net income, all while continuing its dynamic programing — and increasing its visibility in Lakewood and the region.
Ed FitzGerald Announces Candidacy for Governor: The former Lakewood mayor officially announced his decision Wednesday afternoon, according to our partners at WEWS News Channel 5.
Hens Coming to Lakewood? Maybe or maybe not. But organizers are hosting a public forum to discuss the idea at the Lakewood Public Library on Sunday.
Woman Charged After Refusing to Pay Cab Fare: We’ve got a new interactive map of police incidents around Lakewood. Just click on each marker to see the details.
Neighbors Speak Out Against 'Phase 2' of Clifton Pointe Development: The proposal for the second phase of the high-end townhomes took another steop forward on Monday. But that didn’t sit too well with neighbors.
Lakewood Schools Closer to Final Phase of Construction? Schools officials may know by this summer whether the district will get the green light from the state to move forward.