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Area residents remember Pearl Harbor victims
A brisk wind and frigid temperatures didn’t deter a small group of people from paying their respects to the men and women who died during the attack of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Fire damages press at Conneaut CSP
An estimated $203,000 damage was done to a press at Continental Structural Plastics, 333 Gore Road, in Conneaut early Friday morning, said Conneaut Fire Chief Steve Lee.
4 fire departments respond to Morgan Twp. garage fire
Four fire departments responded to a garage fire at 2809 Jefferson Eagleville Road around 3:05 p.m. Friday, said Morgan Township Fire Chief Carl Highlander.
$16,000 in drugs confiscated
Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Department deputies confiscated a substantial amount of drugs from a male suspect early Friday morning during what started out as a routine traffic stop.
Old Fashioned Williamsburg Christmas at Jefferson Depot today
Jefferson Depot Village will host its Old Fashioned Williams-burg Christmas Celebration today from 3 to 5 p.m.
Ohio pulls away from ‘Real ID’ standards
Privacy concerns have scuttled state plans to meet all federal “Real ID” standards, which could result in Ohio driver’s licenses not being accepted as sufficient identification to board airplanes and enter federal buildings.
Breakfast event promotes parent, student reading
Dozens of parents joined their children for breakfast at Kingsville Elementary School on Friday morning.
Straight A board meeting today
The Straight A Fund Governing is meeting at 9 a.m. today at the Ohio Department of Education to discuss grant applications and make recommendations on the applicants selected for funding.
Chromaflo and CPS’s colorant business combine
Chromaflo Technologies is merging with CPS Color’s colorant business to create one company.
Monroe, Kingsville to dispatch with sheriff
The Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office will handle dispatch service for fire departments in Monroe and Kingsville townships in 2014, according to reports.
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