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A bit of the farm may come to Ashtabula's Main Avenue
Rich red tomatoes, bright green peppers and farm fresh eggs — this is what the Downtown Ashtabula Farmers’ Market envisions for Main Avenue.
Blessing of the Fleet is tonight at Ashtabula Harbor Public Dock
The tradition of blessing area mariners began more than 60 years ago in the Ashtabula Harbor.
Conneaut’s school board honors employees, retirees
Several Conneaut teachers and a handful of retirees received accolades at Wednesday night’s Conneaut Board of Education meeting.
Saybrook Township firefighters receive federal grant for equipment
Saybrook Township Fire Department was awarded $41,510 in federal funding to purchase new equipment.
Pairings inks lease agreement, gets new sponsor
It’s been an eventful week fo the Pairings Wine and Culinary Experience, director Jennifer Brown said, as the wine and food center became the pending leasee of the former Geneva Elementary property and gained another major sponsor.
Plymouth Township man dies in backhoe accident
A Garrison Road man, known as an avid outdoorsman, died in a backhoe accident while working in his yard Wednesday night, authorities said.
Track/field facility could see start soon in Conneaut
Nearly a generation of Conneaut scholastic track athletes have never known a home meet, thanks to a course that fell short of state requirements. That could change next year.
Jewels Dance Hall to reopen on May 31 in Austinburg Township
Get ready to put on those cowboy hats and cowboy boots because Jewels Dance Hall is reopening.
Ashtabula County Click it or Ticket campaign in effect now
Drivers in Ashtabula County can buckle up or pay the fine, as county law enforcement agencies have pledged their participation in the annual Click It or Ticket campaign.
Another campground proposed in Conneaut
A request for a zoning change to help create a new campground on Center Road in Conneaut has been given preliminary approval by the city’s Planning Commission and forwarded to City Council for review.
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