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Just 4 Girlz, a Detroit Avenue women’s clothing store — that closed earlier this year — filed a lawsuit based on a building department inspection last year.
Annual ceremony to take place at 8 a.m.
Lakewood City Council’s public works committee decides to give the 750-foot stretch of the street an honorary title instead of an official name change.
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After returning to court to face jail time for violating the terms of her probation, a Lakewood woman allegedly attacked an officer assigned to the court. She now faces a felonious assault charge.
City council will first decide whether to spend $25,000 on a design study.
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Check out a selection of the blogger contributions from community members, including businesses, hospitals and people just like you.
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Here’s a highlight of the top stories from around Lakewood during the past week.
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After buying the property last year, city officials say the selling the home has been a bit of a challenge.
Among them are increased supervision, a drinking fountain, better access and improved community policing.
Judge rules that the lawsuit should include all 224 reisdents in the Clifton Park neighborhood, since the dispute centers around who has rights to the land.
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