Driver deserves apology

Editor: No one should ever apologize for something some one else did or did not do. Likewise no police officer should ever apologize for doing the job they are getting paid to do, provided they are right and enforcing the Ohio Revised Code as it is written. Municipal ordinances are derived from the ORC and can not legally be more […]

Thanks from Little Lakers

Editor: Chalk another one up for up the Little Lakers! Yet another successful fundraiser was completed at the Breakfast with Santa, so the thanks goes out to: Stephanie Little and her family, without you a lot of things would not get done in this community not to mention we would all starve! A special show of appreciation to those of […]

No one to profit from roadway extension

Editor: I want to comment on the story in last week’s Beacon about the possible extension of Elmwood Drive. Baltimore Village Administrator Marsha Hall and Council Member Jim Hochradel appear morbidly obsessed with the notion that if an emergency extension of Elmwood Drive ever became a reality, adjoining property owners would become suddenly rich. I have been a resident of […]

Time to comment on power outages

Editor: Residents in central Ohio concerned about power outages and the cost of their electricity from American Electric Power (AEP) have an opportunity to express their opinions at a local public hearing in Reynoldsburg at 6 p.m. on Jan. 17 at the Reynoldsburg Municipal Building, 7232 East Main Street. The Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel (OCC), the residential utility […]

‘Wall of Fame’ created

HEBRON – Lakewood Local School District is creating a “Lakewood Wall of Fame” to honor those individuals or groups whose actions or achievements in their chosen fields bring honor and distinction to the “Lakewood” community. For the purposes of the Wall of Fame, “Lakewood” shall refer to all of the villages, townships, schools, and entities that were combined to create […]

School lunches

School lunch menus for the week of January 15.

Hebron/Jackson/Lakewood Intermediate Monday: No School – Martin Luther King Day Tuesday: Cheeseburger, oven baked fries, and applesauce cup. Wednesday: Taco salad, mexican corn, juicy fresh grapes, and Oreo cookie. Thursday: Chicken nuggets, whipped potatoes, and mixed fruit. Friday: Grilled cheese, tomato soup, and pineapple tidbits. Lakewood High/ Middle School Monday: No School – Martin Luther King Day. Tuesday: Chicken tenders, […]

Police activity report

Compiled from selected police activity reports. Buckeye Lake + Jan. 4: A Pizza Cottage employee reported that a customer paid for food with a counterfeit $50 bill. + Jan. 5: A West 2nd Street man said someone stole a 16′ extension ladder and scrap aluminum from his yard. + Jan. 5: A Grandstaff Road man reported someone tried to break […]

2007-01-13 E-Edition