Sheffield Township trustees will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department for a special meeting.
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Jefferson Elementary students hold mock trial
For their unit on chocolate, the gifted reading classes at Jefferson Elementary read the book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Euphorbia milii commonly sold at Christmas time
Just about everyone is familiar with Euphorbia pulcherrima, but Euphorbia milii, not so much.
Annual Feed the Hungry Hearts Dinner set
What started out as a fun idea to help feed hungry members of the community has become a holiday tradition as Ferrante Winery and Ristorante will host the 5th annual Feed the Hungry Hearts Dinner on Tuesday at the winery on Route 307.
Field was the natural choice for yearly ornament
Memorial Field is sacred ground in Geneva, where the mighty Eagles played for decades and where the community is now working to use the land for recreation and midget football.
Don’t be a Scrooge! Holiday fun is here
Pump up your Christmas spirit with some of the many local holiday happenings on tap in the coming days. Just add eggnog and shake like a bowl full of jelly!
Conneaut Arts Center busier than ever during holiday season
There’s no holiday lull this month at the Conneaut Arts Center, which is busier than ever in December, said Penny Armeni, executive director.
It’s the holiday season at the Senior Center
Ho, ho, ho! The holidays are in full swing at the Senior Center, with special dinners, crafts and entertainment to make our senior citizens’ winter days bright.
Christmas tree competition lights up Lance Cpl. Kevin M. Cornelius Park
O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree! Thine candles shine so brightly!
Shirley Lehmann is Geneva’s Citizen of the Year
While she may not be a citizen living within Geneva’s city limits, Shirley Lehmann epitomizes what the qualities of a Citizen of the Year.
Library preservation furthers ADDA goal of historic preservation
In a recent public survey sponsored by the Ashtabula Downtown Development Association (ADDA), Ashtabula residents indicated that historic preservation is an important priority for the community.
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