Southern gospel singer Jerry Garcia of Adrian, Mich., will be performing in Ashtabula and Lake counties in early May. Here is the schedule:
CONNEAUT — Five people linked to Conneaut scholastic sports are the latest inductees into the Conneaut High School Hall of Fame, according to the CHS Alumni Club, which makes the selections.
NORTH KINGSVILLE — A patriotic display turned community tradition, the Health Field of Honor returns to Greenlawn Memory Gardens in North Kingsville next month, organizers said.
CONNEAUT — Heartened by the response to last year’s inaugural event, a group of county residents dedicated to fighting cancer will hold another benefit dinner next weekend in Conneaut.
LAS VEGAS — Triplets who won a legion of fans on “America’s Got Talent” last year now hope to set a unique record before a national television audience.
CONNEAUT — A special computer program that can put local non-profit organizations in touch with literally millions of potential grants is now available at the Conneaut Public Library, said Kathy Pape, library executive director.
CONNEAUT — Business Expo 2015, a showcase of local retail, industrial and service organizations, will be April 28 at the Conneaut Human Resources Center, 327 Mill St.
NORTH KINGSVILLE — Thanks to a hefty investment, more than a dozen North Kingsville firefighters will tackle their next blaze in state-of-the-art protective equipment.
CONNEAUT — The Mark Twain classic, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,” will get a youthful treatment next month when child actors present the comedy at the Conneaut Arts Center, 1025 Buffalo St.
CONNEAUT — What began as a part-time job for Deanna Fleischmann has blossomed into the top job at Villa at the Lake, an assisted living facility in Conneaut.
CONNEAUT — For the past few weeks, Thomas Harris has been shaking hands and accepting hugs from people saying good-bye to the departing Conneaut Municipal Court jurist.
CONNEAUT — Snowmen are adding a splash of color to Conneaut’s downtown Main Street this month, thanks to a contest sponsored by the Conneaut Area Chamber of Commerce and UH Conneaut Medical Center.
CONNEAUT — Everybody loves a baby, and the Conneaut Arts Center hopes to prove that point with a special exhibit featuring adorable photos of little ones during February.
CONNEAUT — The “Welcome Back LeBron” raffle to support the Conneaut Area Chamber of Commerce features a chance to win a weekend in Cleveland that includes two tickets to a Cleveland Cavaliers game and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
CONNEAUT — Snowmen cutouts are now available for pickup for people who have entered in the fourth annual Downtown Snowman contest, co-sponored by the Conneaut Area Chamber of Commerce and UH Conneaut Medical Center.
CONNEAUT — A tragic murder, the loss of a major retailer and the departure of top administrators at City Hall and the city school district were among the major stories of the past year. Here’s a recap of what made news in 2014:
CONNEAUT — A glimmering memorial tribute in stained glass will be formally dedicated during a ceremony Monday afternoon at the Conneaut Public Library, 304 Buffalo St.
CONNEAUT — Kids have one more opportunity this Christmas season to meet St. Nicholas at his Lakeview Park headquarters in Conneaut.
CONNEAUT — Three vocalists will provide an afternoon of holiday music in a special concert Dec. 21 at the First United Congregational Church of Christ, 211 Buffalo St., Conneaut.
CONNEAUT — The “Lights of Love” program will shine a little brighter this year, thanks to the Thompson-Smith-Nesbitt Funeral Home in Conneaut.
This Week's Circulars
ORWELL [emdash] Beau E. Millberg, age 41 of Orwell, died Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at the Ashtabula Co. Medical Center. He was born July 11, 1980, the son of David L. & Doreen L. (Buckley) Millberg and resided in Gastonia, NC for several years before returning to this area four years ago.…
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