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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.
Hague poison case going to grand jury
Carla Hague, the wife of Ashtabula County Common Pleas Juvenile and Probate Judge Charles Hague who is accused of poisoning him, will not be arraigned and the case will go directly to an Ashtabula County Grand Jury.
Conneaut’s council starts budget review
No layoffs are included in the proposed 2014 city of Conneaut budget, City Council members learned at Monday’s finance/ordinance committee meeting.
Conneaut skate park is nearing extinction
After many reprieves, it appears Conneaut’s municipal skate park has seen its last frontside and backside maneuvers.
West Avenue bridge work completed
One of the city’s most visible landmarks is finished with $2.3 million worth of improvements.
Geneva CIC wants to buy homes for beautify community plan
The City of Geneva’s Community Improvement Corporation is looking for inexpensive homes to buy, refurbish and resell.
Marianne Sezon seeks Common Pleas Court judgeship
Ashtabula County Magistrate and Court Administrator Marianne Sezon has taken out candidacy petitions from the Ashtabula County Board of Elections to seek the Democratic Party’s nomination to run in 2014 for judge of the Court of Common Pleas – General Division.
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