Editor Colin McEwen firstname.lastname@example.org
One man's journey to visit every single bar in the city, has taken him to this Detroit Avenue staple.
A forum is set to take place to discuss the proposal further at the Lakewood Public Library at 6 p.m. today.
The city approved $225,000 to fix the area along the Rocky River up a bit.
Opinion, Real Estate
After all sorts of drama, the home was put back on the market this week for $1,599,000.
Grace Avenue neighbor shares her thoughts on the progress of the new development.
Some students from Lakewood High School paid a visit to the Lakewood Division of Aging.
Each year, the city analyzes the streets and sets out to repave the ones in roughest shape during the summer. A few of those streets have already been announced.
At least a few residents would like to see a 1996 ordinance reversed to allow residents to get inked without leaving the city limits.
Should the district end its policy banning hooded sweatshirts? Take our poll.
The city is eyeing a plan that would distribute 96-gallon recycling bins to residents, starting in 2013.
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