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No ID on female in house explosion until DNA testing done
Officials will not release the name of a 27-year-old female who died in a house explosion Wednesday until DNA testing is conducted.
Dick’s Sporting Goods’ donation means the return of freshman sports at Ashtabula Area Schools
Dick’s Sporting Goods has donated $42,000 worth of “Sports Matter” grants to the Ashtabula Area City School District, allowing the district to bring back five freshman sports.
Future of Garage Sale Bonanza in question
The Garage Sale Bonanza that draws bargain hunters is losing its key leaders, leaving the future of the entire sale in question.
Conneaut’s soon-to-be former superintendent receives new job title
Conneaut Board of Education members on Wednesday night unanimously approved a new job title and duties for Kent Houston when he steps down as Conneaut Area City Schools superintendent at the end of the month.
Ashtabula Area City Schools BOE deems five year, 2.5 mill tax levy as necessary
The Ashtabula Area City Schools Board of Education Wednesday approved a resolution declaring it necessary to place a renewable levy request on the November election ballot.
Eddie Money is coming to Lake Tavern Saturday
Eddie Money, best known for his hit songs, “Two Tickets To Paradise” and “Baby Hold On,” is playing at the Lake Tavern Saturday. The 1980s heart-throb is on the road again, and the Lake Tavern is one of his favorite venues.
The Arts on Bridge Street expected to draw art enthusiasts to the Harbor
“The River of Many Fish” is the theme of Saturday’s parade, kicking off the Arts on Bridge Street festival, sponsored by the Ashtabula Lift Bridge Community (LBCA).
40th annual Harpersfield beef roast set to get under way tonight
One of the largest summer beef roasts in Ashtabula County is set to begin.
‘Brigadoon’ opens tonight at Rabbit Run Theater
Lost in the Scottish highlands, two young Americans stumble on Brigadoon, a mystical 17th century village that only appears one day every hundred years. The magic of the Highlands and the power of love draw them into the musical world of Brigadoon.
Bands on the Beach welcomes tunes from 1930s and 40s Sunday
The Prime Time Big Band will perform music from the 1930s and 40s at Big Bands on the Beach Summer Concert series Sunday.
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