Sheffield Village News

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

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

Sheffield Village VA Clinic holds first VA2K

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Walk for vets – Heather Kinsey-Lang (l), her mother-in-law Linda Lang and son were among 65 who participated in VA2K. Kinsey-Lang is a staff member at the Sheffield Village VA facility. (Press photo – Michele Murphy)

By Michele Murphy

Sheffield Village – Staff, patients and volunteers literally hit the streets last week when the Sheffield Village U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Community-based Outpatient Clinic held its …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

Brookside high school robotics team tops off spectacular year at world competition

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Seven local high school students took their love for math, technology, engineering and science (STEM) all the way to world championship competition last week. The seven combined their considerable talents to create a competition-level robot, which they then piloted successfully through local and state competitions. Their performances earned for them the right to compete against other high schoolers from around the world at the 2017 Vex Robotics World Championship.