Sheffield Lake News

Police stress gun safety to children; provide gun locks to parents

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

IF YOU SEE A GUN – Sheffield Lake Police Det. Ralph Gonzalez carefully reviews the steps children should take whenever they see a gun during his presentation to Safety Town participants last week.

By Michele Murphy

Sheffield Lake -Sheffield Village- Dozens of little eyes fastened on to Sheffield Lake Police Det. Ralph Gonzalez as he walked to the front of the gym at Knollwood School. Tucked under his …Read More

Safety Town: Coming together to keep kids safe

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

STOP! Bus driver Victoria Cihlar demonstrates a hand signal to let children know whether it is safe to walk in front of the bus. Bus safety was just one topic covered last week during Sheffield-Sheffield Lake’s annual Safety Town program for children entering kindergarten in the fall.

CARING COPS – Police officers Keith Pool from Sheffield Village (l) and A.J. Torres from Sheffield Lake help fit helmets for …Read More

Memorial Day – Why We Remember

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Don Attie, U.S. Army              “Memorial Day is a time to reflect on our comrades that didn’t come home, remember the sacrifice they made and sometimes take for granted.”


Ron Covert, U.S. Air Force                 “It’s important to remember the sacrifices made for the American people.”

Tom Timerario, U.S. Air Force   …Read More

Dozens volunteer during Sheffields Pride Day

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Heave ho! Volunteers helped residents unload unwanted items from their cars and trucks at Sheffield Lake’s service garage as part of Pride Day. Helpers included Councilman Mark Erdei, seen here in the center of the photo wearing a white shirt.

By Michele Murphy

Sheffield Village/Shefffield Lake – More than 60 volunteers worked to clean and beautify 10 locations in Sheffield Village and Sheffield Lake recently as part of …Read More

Brookside athletes and teams to be inducted in sports hall

Friday, May 12th, 2017

Sheffield Lake/Sheffield Village

By Joe Ostrica

Two individuals and two basketball teams are among this year’s inductees for the Brookside High School Athletic Hall of Fame, which will take place May 19 at the high school cafeteria.

Rich Flowers (class of 1983) and Brian DeVito (class of 2000) are among the inductees. Flowers was a three-sport star athlete in football, basketball and track and field for the Cardinals …Read More