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.
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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 City Council plans March 7 vote on placing Lakewood Hospital issue on the ballot | cleveland.com
City Council likely will vote March 7 to put an issue on either a special August ballot or the November general election that would repeal a December ordinance calling for the closure of Lakewood Hospital.
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.
It is time for me to make a confession to the people of my hometown in Lakewood, Ohio. In the summer of 2014, I brought illegal contraband into the confines of the city.
Lakewood pizza shops will square-off for awards at Lakewood High School on Thursday, January 21st at Lakewood High School. Vote for your favorite, the pizza is all-you-can-eat. Raffle for a 55″ Smart TV!
Are taxes going up when the hospital finally closes? We asked the City of Lakewood’s Director of Finance Jenn Pae: “There will not be an increase in the income tax rate as a result of the elimination of inpatient services at Lakewood Hospital effective Feb. 5, 2016.
Lakewood Mayor Michael Summers discusses how the City of Lakewood has used the Lean Six Sigma approach to deliver smarter, more streamlined city services.
New members of Lakewood City Council along with reelected council members and Mayor Summers were sworn into office on Monday, January 4th. Ward 2 councilman Sam O’Leary was elected City Council President and Ward 1 councilman David Anderson as vice president. Dan O’Malley of Ward 4 was sworn in to replace Mary Louise Madigan and John […]