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Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office investigates break-in at Lakeside
The Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a break-in at Lakeside High School last weekend.
Victim of Ashtabula shooting identified
Police on Wednesday identified the victim of Saturday’s shooting at 1415 Perryville Place.
‘Echo Taps’ returns to North Kingsville
Armed Forces Day will be celebrated Saturday morning with a ceremony at Greenlawn Memory Gardens on Route 20 in North Kingsville.
KSUA business students head to Poland
Kent State University at Ashtabula Business Management students will travel to Lublin, Poland this month as an option for students enrolled in the “Business Consulting and Practicum” course being taught this spring.
Kingsville’s Lawn Sale adds benefit race/walk
Organizers of the Kingsville Public Library’s Lawn Sale are stepping it up — literally — for Saturday’s 39th annual event.
Questions remain about Saturday’s shooting
An 18-year-old man was shot Saturday on the city’s west side but why and how it happened is unclear, Chief Robert Stell said.
Garden of the Month award will begin to bloom come June
It’s time again to “root” for your favorite garden.
Early Learning Center announces fees
Although most families are looking forward to summer vacation, the Early Learning Center Preschool in the Ashtabula Area City School District’s is ready for the 2013-2014 school year.
Water Resources Development bill would make Ohio’s dams safer, protect communities
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), outlined Tuesday, how the Water Resource Development bill would make Ohio’s dams safer and protect Ohio communities, including Ashtabula County.
One killed in Pierpont crash
A Solon woman was killed Tuesday morning after a semi-tractor trailer collided with her car on Route 7.
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