ASHTABULA — Two people were transported from the scene of an apparent shooting at 232 Marion Drive in Ashtabula, according to Lt. Shawn Gruber of the Ashtabula Fire Department. Police on the scene said they were unable to release any information Saturday night. The incident is still under investigation.
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Good Friday raid nets drugs, dogs and money in Ashtabula
It was not a “Good Friday” for two West 38th Street residents.
Chardon school shooting victim’s dad died from heroin
A coroner in Ohio says the father of a boy killed in a 2012 school shooting died of an accidental heroin overdose on the second anniversary of his son’s death.
Ashtabula County Christians remember Good Friday with cross walks
More than 200 people participated in three area Good Friday cross walks designed to help Christians remember the last hours of the life of Jesus Christ.
Children dash for 3,000 eggs in Conneaut
Large buckets could barely contain the haul for some area children participating in the Conneaut Rotary Club Easter Egg Hunt on Friday at the Conneaut Human Resources Center.
Dispose of prescription medications at health fair
In addition to participating in various health screenings and receiving valuable information on health and wellness at the April 26th health fair sponsored by Ashtabula County Medical Center and State Representative John Patterson, residents of Ashtabula County will also have an opportunity to safely and legally dispose of unused or expired prescription medications.
Ashtabula Garden Club to dedicate Blue Star Memorial Marker
The Ashtabula Garden Club will place a Blue Star Memorial Marker at Lake Shore Park.
Church says blaming Conneaut for plaza’s problems unfair
A partner in the company that owns the Gateway Plaza shopping center continues to take the city to task, alleging help promised the property-owner never materialized.
Saybrook Township man remembers Good Friday Alaska quake
Fifty years ago on Good Friday, at 5:36 p.m., a magnitude 9.2 earthquake shook Anchor-age, Alaska, for more than four minutes.
Buckeye school boss to resign
Members of the Buckeye Local Board of Education are expected to accept the resignation of Superintendent Joseph Spiccia at a special meeting next week.
Ashtabula County Sheriff's Department to get 5 new cars
Ashtabula County commissioners, Thursday, approved the purchase of five new cruisers for the Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Department.
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