Keep Lakewood Beautiful is hosting its annual Humus and Plant Sale in the parking lot of the Old Stone House at Lakewood Park.
The city of Lakewood is actively planning the redesign and reconstruction of Kids Cove. The goal is to begin construction of Kids Cove in the fall of 2016.
Lakewood Mayor Michael P. Summers hosted his sixth-annual State of the City address at The Lakewood Masonic Temple on Wednesday. (View Presentation Slides)
The Curtis Block building at the corner of Marlowe and Detroit Avenues is historically significant, and new ownership by the city makes it part of an overall plan to redevelop and revitalize properties in the heart of downtown Lakewood.
Lakewood Mayor Michael P. Summers will present the 2016 State of the City address at The Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Avenue, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016.
Lakewood, a city of homes with very little undeveloped property, may find the key to sewer improvements in our own backyards, driveways and roof drains.
Lakewood City Council has scheduled a special public meeting to create a formal opportunity for the community to be heard on issues involving healthcare delivery in the city.
The existing emergency department at Lakewood Hospital remains fully operational until the new emergency department is built at the new family health center across the street at the southwest corner of Belle and Detroit avenues.
The St. Edward Eagles on Foot race will make its way through several streets in Lakewood on Saturday, April 16.