In case you missed any of the headlines in Lakewood during the week, we thought we’d highlight a few of ‘em for you.
Rehearing Denied for Historic Designation of Heideloff Property: But the owners of the home have offered to allow neighbors to move the home.
Bob Evans Presents Proposal to City Officials: Officials from the Bob Evans presented preliminary plans for the restaurant chain’s proposed location at the corner of Detroit Avenue and Park Haven Row.
Sweetwater Landing Closing; New Restaurant Taking Over: Emerald Necklace Marina Grille & Waterside Room is expected to open in its place on April 1 after winning the bid to take over the space.
Cardboard Boat Regatta Makes Big Splash at Lakewood High School: 11th annual event on Wednesday helped to teach students about principles of physics. But it's also lots of fun.
WATCH: St. Edward Welcomes Home Its State Champs: The Eagles won their 28th state championship over the weekend in Columbus. Their classmates gave them a warm reception.
: On the morning of Feb. 25, a father and his 10-year-old son were walking to school when they were struck by a car while crossing Detroit Avenue near the intersection with Webb.
YMCA Eyeing Second Location on Madison Avenue: Organization officials consider opening wellness center somewhere on the East End of Lakewood.
: City officials received word late Monday afternoon that the affects of the federal Congressional sequester will soon hit home in Lakewood. Service programs and local non-profits will feel the pinch.
Clifton Pointe Sold Out; Construction of ‘Phase 2’ Set to Begin: The second project will have five units, and two of those are already in sales negotiations.
‘Stress’ on the City’s General Fund: City’s projected general fund is at $5.07 million — a 55-day reserve — for 2013. Officials would like to get to a 60-day reserve.