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.
Voices of Lakewood
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.
First, a little background into the technical details of our modern internet infrastructure. If you do not consider yourself a “tech person,” do not worry: communicating tech concepts to non tech people has long been part of my job description.
Our three young men from Lakewood have been friends since their early days at Lincoln Elementary. Their friendship, democratic distribution of responsibilities, and a commitment to hard work, or “the grind” as they call it, created a trifecta of Lakewood-bred success.
Just because you’re diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, it doesn’t always mean you have to give up your passion for sports. Most conditions these days can be treated, and doctors will work with you to find out your limitations.