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Wine & Walleye Festival coming to Bridge Street in August
Once again Bridge Street is the location for the Ashtabula Chamber of Commerce Wine and Walleye Festival.
Local children form singing group
The Sing-a-long Kedz, a group of family members based in Ashtabula, are ready to show off their talent.
St. John School forms Youth Philanthropy Group
Young people who care about their communities are increasingly getting involved in philanthropy. The Ashtabula Foundation has assisted St. John School in forming a Youth Philanthropic Group.
Ashtabula County Fair passes and concert tickets on sale now
Who cares about mail when you can wait, like some Ashtabula County fair-goers did, for more than 30 minutes to be among the first to get fair passes and concert tickets.
Local couple opens take-out delivery service
Ken and Susan Moore of Ashtabula always wanted their own business but couldn’t find anything they liked or the start-up costs were way too high.
Local resident graduates from OHP Junior Cadet program
Cassie Dunn of Ashtabula has completed training for the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Junior Cadet Program, held June 22-26 at the Highway Patrol Training Academy in Columbus.
Senior “Senior” prom deemed a great success
The Saybrook Banquet Centre was the setting for the 10th Annual Senior “Senior” Prom, themed “Fire and Ice.”
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Bridge Street newcomers bring new energy and friends to Ashtabula
Have you been to Bridge Street? It’s bustling with activity.
It’s hard work keeping Lake Shore Park the crown jewel of Ashtabula
Since 1906, it’s been one of the crown jewels of Lake Erie’s small lakeside parks. Thousands of people visit Lake Shore Park yearly, and most of them are awed by what they see.
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