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Lakewood is located in northern Ohio, at the base of Lake Erie. It is considered to be a suburb of Cleveland. According to The Free Times and The Plain Dealer, two Cleveland based publications, Lakewood has the highest concentration of vegetarians and vegans in Ohio. The city also boasts the highest recycling rates in the state—79%! The Lakewood Park is one of the largest lakefront parks in the state, featuring a live concert stage, outdoor swimming pool, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, and skate park, as well as baseball and volleyball court areas.

Population: 56646
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer Cleveland Free Times
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Indians Cleveland Rockers
Local Colleges: Lakewood College

Zip Codes associated with lakewood, ohio: 44107
Towns/Cities near lakewood, ohio : Rocky River Brooklyn Fairview Park Westlake Bay Village Parma Seven Hills Cleveland North Olmsted

Lakewood News
Lakewood 21st Century Housing initiative leading to new Edanola Avenue home

Residential construction recently started on Edanola Avenue as part of Lakewood's 21st Century Housing initiative, which promotes city housing stock diversity. "As we look ahead we want to make sure our housing stock has certain amenities that are important to people," City Planner Katelyn Milius said.

Lakewood negotiating with developer regarding former hospital site future

Mayor Mike Summers said negotiations are currently underway on non-binding term sheet with Carnegie Management & Development Corp. as the basis of a development agreement for the city-owned former Lakewood Hospital site. Proposed is a $100 million redevelopment mixed-use project with 60 percent residential, 30 percent commercial office and 20 percent entertainment-retail.

Lakewood investigates stolen vehicle, source of funny money: police blotter

Counterfeiting, W. 117th Street: Police learned Dec. 4 that the previous day someone passed off counterfeit money at the McDonald's restaurant. Counterfeiting, Detroit Avenue: Drug Mart employees called police about 3 p.m. Dec. 4 to report a customer came in and attempting to pass a fake $50 bill.

Man arrested after Parma Heights police chase ends in crash in Cleveland

A Lakewood man was arrested after leading Parma Heights police on a chase that ended in a crash in Cleveland. Jason Whoolery, 42, is charged with fleeing and eluding, Parma Heights police Capt.

Lakewood police investigate attempted smash-and-grab gas station robbery

Lakewood police are investigating after a car crashed into Lucas Auto Center in an attempted smash-and-grab robbery Friday morning. The incident happened shortly before 5 a.m. at the business at Madison Avenue and Bunts Road, according to a police report.

Cuyahoga County asks County Council to allow officials to pay salaried employees beyond 40...

Cuyahoga County wants to continue to pay overtime to salaried employees who work beyond 40 hours while it develops a new compensation policy to be submitted to County Council for approval. Chief Talent Officer Douglas Dykes sought approval Wednesday in a memo to council's Human Resources Committee, which is discussing legislation proposed by all 11 council members that would repeal a section in the county's policy manual that County Executive Armond Budish's top attorney The county's internal auditor and the county prosecutor's office have both concluded that the Budish administration has been violating the city charter by making the payments to salaried employees.

Talking beer, more: Podcast on WTAM, Dec. 6, 2017

We talk beer each week on WTAM 1100-AM with Bill Wills. The big news is Rivals Brewing Co.

Shots fired into Lakewood home; Lake County to sue drug makers: Overnight News Links

Lake-effect snow now heavily targeted for East Side, up to 8 inches of accumulation possible in Northeast Ohio through Friday Who pays $10,000 property tax bills in Cuyahoga County? What U.S. tax changes could mean for homeowners?

Lakewood man pleads guilty to raping boys he babysat, gets three decades in prison

A Lakewood man accused of raping two children he babysat was sentenced to nearly three decades in prison Tuesday as part of a deal with prosecutors that allowed him to avoid a possible life sentence. Thomas Gilman, 21, pleaded guilty to three counts of rape and disseminating matter harmful to juveniles on Tuesday, the day he was set to begin trial on multiple counts of rape, kidnapping and sexual battery .

Your Local Girl Gang wants to unite Cleveland's women business owners

When Maria LeFebre moved to Lakewood from Colorado in 2015, she took a job at Rocky River's Paper Trails, a small shop dedicated to invitations, stationary and other goods. Even as she went on to pursue her teaching career, the experience of working for a local businesses stuck with her.

Bring your Christmas list to Kamm's Corners Holiday Market and...

The Kamm's Corners Farmers Market returns with its indoor Holiday Market 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 10 at the KCDC Building, 17401 Lorain Ave. in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood. Vendors and select artists will be on hand for the one-day event.

Light Up Lakewood draws big crowd to help kick off the holiday season

Ian Andrews, executive director of LakewoodAlive , which presented the popular holiday event on Dec. 2 in downtown Lakewood, estimated the crowd at more than 20,000. This year's festival featured a bigger parade, additional snowflake lights, more food trucks, games and activities, he said, in addition to the traditional trappings: vendor village, ice carvings, food, hot chocolate, entertainment, selection of a king and queen, Santa Claus, Lakewood essay contest, lighting ceremony and fireworks.

Constantino's Market opening Lakewood store on Dec. 7

Family-owned Constantino's Market will open its third full-service neighborhood grocery store on Dec. 7 at 18120 Sloane Ave. in Lakewood, inside the former Nature's Bin. Constantino's, which also has stores in downtown Cleveland and University Circle, aims to offer a larger share of locally sourced products, organic produce and vegan and vegetarian options than can be found in a typical supermarket.

Suspect In Ohio Slaying Arrested After Series Of Carjackings

Police say a suspect in a fatal shooting in Cleveland has been arrested in a suburb after a series of assaults and carjackings.

Lakewood police investigating series of carjackings after fatal shooting in Cleveland

Police in Lakewood and Cleveland continue to investigate a series of carjackings they say were committed by a 27-year-old man following the killing of a 20-year-old man in Cleveland . Officers got a call about 9:30 a.m. Saturday of a possible carjacking at Emerald Necklace Marina near Detroit Avenue.

University Heights Council may allow a future medical marijuana dispensary to operate in the city

Council's Government Affairs Committee met Wednesday evening to discuss proposed legislation that would allow for a dispensary to operate in the only location in University Heights where the state would permit it to do business. The legislation, sponsored by Councilwoman Michele Weiss, is largely based on legislation passed Oct. 2 in Lakewood .

The Vegan Doughnut Company to open in Lakewood in early 2018

From the first time sisters Kharisma and Kyra Mayo introduced The Vegan Doughnut Company to the public this spring, they knew a brick-and-mortar bakery was in their future. Their pop-up at Lakewood's Ice Cream Joy sold out in a matter of minutes.

Lakewood residents report vehicle thefts: police blotter

Grand theft of a motor vehicle, Roycroft Avenue: Police took a report about 7 a.m. Nov. 23 regarding a car that was stolen from a driveway. The vehicle had been parked unlocked.

Cleveland City Council Wards 1 And 7 Headed For Recounts After Official Vote Totals

Newly elected council members Jasmin Santana, left, and Joe Jones sit in on a council caucus meeting in November. [Nick Castele / ideastream] Cleveland City Council incumbents Terrell Pruitt and T.J. Dow have lost their seats in very close races slated for automatic recounts, according to official election results released today.

Forest City Brewery grows steadily, bringing in array of events, groups

Like many Northeast Ohio breweries, Forest City Brewery has expanded, showing healthy growth. But it's not about adding fermenters or widening its distribution area.

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