HomeGoods, Christmas & Sex Offenders: A Week In Review
Catch the biggest stories from Mentor this week
1. Let's start with something pleasant. It is, after all, almost Christmas.
The students from both schools played games together, made crafts and enjoyed some holiday sweets.
2. The former Borders bookstore in Mentor has been empty since April 2011 but it will not be unoccupied for much longer.
HomeGoods, a home furnishings store, is moving into the 22,000-square-foot space in the Creekside Common Shopping Plaza near the border of Mentor and Painesville Township.
They will be retrofitting the building and hope to open by the summer of 2013.
3. Now, for some less pleasant news.
A pair of sexual offenders -- one newly minted -- made the news this week.
Erik Wisch is accused of peeking into children's window. Nicholas Sutton was sentenced to jail for molesting a sleeping woman after a house party.
4. In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, Mentor Schools Superintendent Matthew Miller issued a letter to all the parents and guardians of students in his district earlier this week.