United Way of Lake County honors donors

by Gail Stuehr


Eastlake – The United Way of Lake County (UWLC) campaign chair for 2017, Mark Sutherland, reported that the campaign closed at $2,415,601. He gave the report at the annual meeting held April 18 at the American-Croatian Lodge in Eastlake. More than 400 Lake County organizations, schools and businesses helped make the campaign a success.

Center Street townhouse project requires changes

by Glen Miller

MENTOR – A plan to develop a three-building, three-story residential complex comprised of 16 condo-style homes in Mentor's Old Village District will have to undergo design changes before the city Planning Commission gives its approval.

Firefighters, hats and horses join together for a good cause

by Submitted

EASTLAKE - Deepwood Foundation hosted an event-filled girls’ night out fundraiser to benefit individuals with developmental disabilities in Lake County earlier this month at the American Croatian Lodge in Eastlake. This event was the perfect time to celebrate spring and plant the seed of giving.

Ohio Attorney General suing Discovery Tours

by Glen Miller

Cleveland – The company that allegedly gypped Mentor, Riverside and students from at least a dozen other school districts out of money paid for educational trips is being sued by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.

Northeast corner of Painesville square prepares for upgrades

by Submitted

PAINESVILLE – A new improvement project for the road and sidewalks surrounding the square in downtown Painesville is scheduled for construction in the spring of 2019. The North Park Place Transportation Enhancement Project will be located in front of the new Lake County Administration Building site, on the northeast corner of Veteran’s Park, and is a joint project between Lake County and the City of Painesville.

Area projects are in the works

by Marian McMahon

NORTH PERRY - Council Member Larry Klco updated council on Perry area meetings and news at the May 3 council meeting.

Proposed text amendment rejected by trustees

by Marian McMahon
CONCORD TOWNSHIP – A lengthy discussion on a proposed text amendment was held at the May 2 Board of Trustees meeting before the trustees voted 2-1 against approval.