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Physicals today for Lakeside student-athletes
Any Lakeside High School or Lakeside Junior High School student-athletes who needs a physical can get one today during school hours.
Woman charged after stabbing boyfriend in arm
A Cherry Valley woman is being charged with felonious assault and domestic violence after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend Sunday night.
City to host Tire Amnesty Day June 1
The city will host Tire Amnesty Day on June 1 to help residents get rid of scrap tires, City Manager Jim Timonere said at Monday’s City Council meeting.
Final count begins for special election
The official outcome of the May 7 special election should be known by the end of the week.
White Turkey moving on without its beloved owner
Mother’s Day weekend saw the White Turkey Drive-In in Conneaut launch its 61st year in business, but nobody connected with the curbside restaurant felt like celebrating.
Bob Evans employee may face fraud charges
A Bob Evans employee could be facing fraud charges after allegedly engaging in a scheme to defraud customers through unauthorized use of their credit cards.
Kids injured in fire
Two children suffered minor second-degree burns in a kitchen fire downtown Monday, according to the Ashtabula Fire Department.
City firefighters said the fire sparked at 123 W. 43rd St. at about 11:15 a.m., the report said.
ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP — Sill Road will be closed for railroad repair at the CSX Railroad crossing between Middle Road and Route 20 Wednesday through May 28.
Area motorcycle riders receive blessing for safe riding season
More than 20 are motorcycle riders received a blessing, Sunday, for a safe riding season.
KSUA professor wins prestigious national award
Irene Edge has kept students on the cutting edge of information technology for decades.
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