Lakewood


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Lake·wood

 (lāk′wo͝od′)
A township of east-central New Jersey east-southeast of Trenton. It was a popular winter resort in the early 1900s.

Lake•wood

(ˈleɪkˌwʊd)

n.
1. a city in central Colorado, near Denver. 134,999.
2. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles. 76,200.
3. a city in NE Ohio, on Lake Erie, near Cleveland. 58,340.
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Florida, Adirondacks, Lakewood, Hot Springs, New York, and round again.
Belpre Savings, with $51 million in assets, joins First Federal Lakewood, the largest independent depositor-owned bank headquartered in Ohio, as an affiliate of FMHC.
She brings a strong entrepreneurial, sales and customer service background, having owned a salon and spa in Lakewood Ranch.
Lakewood Village is bouncing back nicely from the one-two blow of losing two of its major tenants.
Lakewood Main Street is abuzz with new restaurants and shops, many of them branches of downtown Sarasota and Anna Maria Island favorites.
In December, Editor in Chief Matt Welch (who worked briefly for the city of Lakewood as a teenager) sat down with Waldie to discuss how Lakewood's approach to small government has helped it weather California's struggling economy and fiscal troubles.
NORTHUMBERLAND Aberdeen Angus breeders Martin and June Whiting scooped 13,000gns for Lakewood Duke Arazamatazz J086 at the Perth Sales.
Cosby, who traveled to Lakewood at the invitation of its Mayor Claudia Thomas gave community residents two special performances.
The Lakewood, NJ based real estate holdings company, WK Holdings, LLC recently purchased The Ashley of Spring Valley multi-family apartment community, Altamonte Springs, Florida from CNC Investments for $20 million.
The welcome signs at entrances to the city now announce that Lakewood is building an inclusive community.
La Canada 9 (78), Lakewood 9 (74): Less than a week into the postseason, the Spartans are now on their way to the semifinals.
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