State Rep. Nickie Antonio (D-Lakewood) today introduced legislation to expand the scope of ethnic intimidation law and include specified crimes committed based on a person’s actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity along with disability, ethnicity and gender.
In less than a year, a new president will be inaugurated. The voters of Ohio will have a major role to play in determining who occupies that office.
The idea for the new shirt came to Dussault like a lightning bolt, he said. “This ‘Greetings From Cleveland — It’s Gonna Be A Riot’ idea came out of the blue.
The companies are facing pressure from civil rights groups to stay away from the Cleveland convention, given the emergence of Donald J. Trump as the probable nominee.
MSNBC has set up a remote for broadcasting at the Root Cafe. MSNBC will be starting things off with their Morning Joe show beginning at 6am Friday morning and then running all of their other shows from the Root Cafe site through Sunday.
A ballot issue asking voters whether they want to overturn Lakewood City Council’s decision to close Lakewood Hospital won’t make in on the March 15 ballot, elections board spokesman Mike West said late Thursday.
How much in donations did Build Lakewood raise and spend this fall? Did we really outspend our neighbors at Save Lakewood Hospital? Our Treasurer Ron Petrie dispels the rumors and misinformation by separating fact from fiction:
A group of about 30 people met at The Side Quest on Tuesday to learn about the various issues a Lakewood voter will see on the ballot on November 3rd.