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Working-class whites They have lost their standing as top voting block in Ohio
Working-class whites are no longer a majority of Ohio’s eligible voters, a historic shift in a key Midwestern swing state that has political parties pledging more outreach to a broader coalition of demographic groups.
Servants of Mary Center for Peace to celebrate 20 years at Light Up the Night festival
The Servants of Mary Center for Peace will host its ninth annual Light Up the Night festival Aug. 9.
Conneaut’s municipal compost site to close on Wednesday
Conneaut’s municipal compost site will close Wednesday for an internal scrubbing, but the facility will reopen much sooner than expected, officials said.
Geneva’s Union Cemetery will be closed for ten days
Union Cemetery, also known as Mount Pleasant, will be closed from July 28 until Aug. 8.
Harpersfield, Geneva get grant for JEDD III
The City of Geneva and Harpersfield recently renegotiated their third Joint Economic Development District (JEDD III) agreement.
Ohio buys ‘blimp in a box’ for surveillance
The state has a new eye in the sky, and its first mission could be to keep watch over two Warren County prisons.
LEAF celebrates 10 years of volunteer house repairs
A faith-based organization that has conducted a home repair program is celebrating its 10th anniversary with more house upgrades in Conneaut this week.
The Arts on Bridge Street finishes strong
It was a great day for The Arts on Bridge Street in Ashtabula Harbor. After a soggy Saturday, the festival finished strong on a balmy Sunday afternoon.
Saving the Tavern
White paint peels from the siding at the Old Tavern in Unionville, but that’s the least of the problem.
Area horse enthusiast honored at dressage show
A New Lyme woman was honored for her dressage expertise during a horse show at Grand Haven Stables on Saturday afternoon.
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