Mayor John Hunter News

Sheffield Village runs and parties for arts programs

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

BY MICHELE MURPHY

Photo by Michele Murphy Sheffield Village’s annual “Art After Dark” fund-raiser drew more than 100 guests to help raise money for Brookside High School’s marching band and TrueNorth Cultural Arts. Seated left to right, are Mayor John Hunter, Sandra Willis, band booster president, and Montay Burks, general manager, Homewood Suites. Standing behind on the left is Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools Superintendent Michael Cook …Read More

Hunter hosts annual meeting for village businesses

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Together – Sheffield Village Mayor John Hunter stressed the importance of working together to business representatives gathered for his annual meeting for local businesses. (Press photo – Michele Murphy)

By Michele Murphy

Sheffield Village – Collaboration, teamwork, communication and exceptional service were consistent threads in the message Sheffield Village Mayor John Hunter had for large and small, new and established businesses in the village. The mayor …Read More

Mayors earn applause and laughs during annual updates

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Residents of Sheffield Lake and Sheffield Village were at the heart of presentations made by their mayors during the annual Mayors Lunch sponsored last week by the North Coast Chamber of Commerce.

‘Go for it!’ Sheffield Village small business owners encourage newcomers

Sunday, March 12th, 2017

 

 

Sheffield Village

by Michele Murphy

Tim Moff remembers the first time he set eyes on the site where he eventually built Sugar Creek Restaurant in the middle of Sheffield Village. That was 24 years ago.

Across Abbe Road, Scott Nagy, DDS, and associates in his growing dental practice, are celebrating their first anniversary at their location. Around the corner, lifelong Sheffield Village resident Jimmy Miller and business partner, …Read More

Artful balance: Sheffield Village makes its storied history and progress work

Friday, March 10th, 2017

 

Sheffield Village

by Michele Murphy

Sheffield Village Mayor John Hunter’s grandfather taught him valuable lessons as a youth in West Virginia. In those days, they pumped their water. For the pump to work properly, it needed to be primed before each use. Hunter recalls being told, “The first thing you do is prime the pump.” That meant a jar on a nearby shelf was filled with water …Read More