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Cone with a Cop scheduled for July 20th

As a spin off to “Coffee with a Cop”, The Lakewood Police Department will hold its second “Cone With A Cop” event on Thursday, July
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Join Us For The Friday Night Flicks In The Park

A long time Lakewood family tradition, the City is again featuring Friday Night Flicks in the park.  Join us for a free outdoor movie on
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City of Lakewood Announces 2017 Summer Park Concert Series Lineup

The annual Summer Park Concert Series is slated to begin on June 26. A summertime favorite in Lakewood, these free concerts are held at  the Lakewood Park
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Lakewood Business Owner, Community Volunteer David Stein Named Grand Marshal of the Lakewood Fourth of July Parade

Lakewood Mayor Mike Summers today announced that local businessman and community volunteer David Stein will serve as the Grand Marshal for the city’s annual Fourth
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Lakewood Fourth of July Rules

The Fourth of July is big celebration in Lakewood. The day kicks off with the classic Fourth of July Parade on Lake Avenue; live entertainment
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Tonight’s Friday Night Flick is cancelled

Due to the weather forecast, tonight’s Friday Night Flick has been cancelled.
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2017 Solstice Celebration in Photos

At Wednesday’s Summer Solstice Celebration, the night ended much like each sunset at Lakewood Park’s Solstice Steps: With applause. Residents had good reason to cheer,
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Lakewood Farmers Market kicks off on Saturday, June 24th

The Lakewood Farmers Market kicks off its 8th season on Saturday,  June 24, 2017 and will continue each Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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Townhomes at Former McKinley Elementary School Site Honored With Development Award

Lakewood can add another feather to its cap. Smart Business Cleveland is presenting its top award for commercial development to McKinley Place, a 40-unit attached
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Second-Annual Lakewood Summer Solstice Celebration Slated for June 21

During the past year, there have been sporadic reports of residents spontaneously applauding as the sun sets over Lake Erie at the city’s new Solstice Steps
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