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County officials pull petitions for primary
A handful of people, including some incumbents, have taken out petitions for state and county races that will be decided next year, according to the Ashtabula County Board of Elections.
Sheriff seeks hundreds of thousands more in budget
Ashtabula County Commissioner wrapped up their 2014 budget work sessions Thursday afternoon, but not before the sheriff asked for a hefty chunk of change.
Masked men rob Ashtabula residents
Police are again searching for masked men involved in two separate robberies on the westside of the city, police said.
Judge Hague’s wife not in court
Carla Hague, who is accused of poisoning her husband, Ashtabula County Common Pleas Juvenile and Probate Judge Charles Hague, waived her right to appear in court for a bond hearing Thursday afternoon in Ashtabula Municipal Court.
Hairdresser decorates studio (and more) for Christmas
Amy Roling said she couldn’t wait to go to Brian Mendrala Hair Studio right after Thanksgiving.
Patterson proposes way to increase Straight A fund
State Reps. John Patterson, D-Jefferson, and John Rogers, D-Mentor-on-the-Lake, introduced legislation to grow the state’s “Straight A” fund with some $400 million in expected budget savings from Medicaid expansion.
U.S. students showing no progress in world
The United States has made no measurable progress in its average scores for the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) since the program began in 2000.
County recorder hoping for more money
Ashtabula County Recorder Barb Schaab has plans to bring her office into the 21st Century and she is hoping the Ashtabula County Commissioners will give her some extra money in her budget to make the plans possible.
Police say mom punched out 5-year-old daughter
A Conneaut woman faces numerous charges after she reportedly punched her 5-year-old daughter in a fit of anger Tuesday afternoon, according to reports.
Dozens of starving animals rescued
Dozens of malnourished farm animals found at a Saybrook Township residence this week have found a happy home with a Ravenna rescue agency.
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