A Lenox Township woman was honored for hitting a $1 million career sales milestone during an event at her company’s Utah headquarters.
AKRON — An Austinburg native was accepted into a highly competitive biomedical sciences doctorate program and will be attending University of Oxford next year.
ROCK CREEK — A world renowned bird guide author is kicking off a weekend celebration next month at the Grand River Conservation Campus near Rock Creek. The campus will be officially opened to the public for an array of recreational activities on May 3.
JEFFERSON — This year, the Jefferson Area High School concert band was the only area band to travel to Warren High School for the Ohio Music Educators Association-sponsored regional competition — they haven’t missed a year since they started attending in the 1980s.
ANDOVER — Arlis Stout spends 17 hours a day on an IV. He said he’ll have to be fed through a tube for the rest of his life. Since being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer years ago, surgeons have removed part of his small intestine and pancreas.
ANDOVER — Several Pymatuning Valley Middle School students took advantage of face-time with the longest standing Democratic state senator in the Ohio General Assembly.
On March 21 at Kingsville Elementary School several Cub Scouts from Pack 11 qualified for the district races, which will be April 18 in Jefferson at Jefferson Church of the Nazarene, 55 E. Satin St. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m.
ANDOVER — A free, six-week program designed to help chronic disease sufferers change their daily outlook is scheduled to begin Tuesday at the Andover Public Library.
JEFFERSON — A black stray cat sunned itself on the back porch behind the modest, white three-story home along East Jefferson Street. The women living there leave food and shelter out for it — in a way, reflecting what the home means to them: A bastion of support and security for those who wo…
ANDOVER — The cornerstone of the Andover Showplace betrays its age. The theater was built in 1916 — the Vaudeville era — and, for generations, it brought musicians and other stage acts to the Andover Public Square.
JEFFERSON — The Ashtabula County Barn Quilt Steering Committee is accepting applications from Ashtabula County barn owners who would like to have a barn quilt on their heritage barn.
ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — The bookshelves of Pymatuning Valley third graders will hold a little more weight after each student received a dictionary from the Andover Rotary Club.
ANDOVER — A group of more than a dozen green thumbs will be looking to work more in the south county soil and less around the meeting table in 2015.
Since October, Plymouth United Methodist Church (PUMC) has served more than 1,000 people through their food pantry and “Coat of Many Colors” clothing bank.
JEFFERSON — A Jefferson man’s more than seven-year labor of love led to the realization of a lifelong dream, as well as national recognition and a cash prize.
JEFFERSON — When Joseph Craine opened the Jefferson-based Lake Erie Ship Repair and Fabrication, it was to re-engage the more than century-old nautical industry in Ashtabula County.
WILLIAMSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Gary Tabor didn’t have a lot of opportunities to play with toys as a child but is making up for time in a big way.
JEFFERSON — The trustees of the Civic Development Corporation (CDC) of Ashtabula County have approved a grant of $12,500, half the cost of moving the historic 1860 post office/grocery store from 1204 Mechanicsville Road in Austinburg Township to the 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village in Je…
ORWELL — The Grand Valley Public Library has been selected by the State Library of Ohio to participate in the Guiding Ohio Online AmeriCorps program.
For their unit on Medieval times, Jefferson Elementary School and Rock Creek Elementary School students in Christine Kovacs’ gifted classes wanted to learn about what the people ate.
JEFFERSON — For their unit on Medieval times, the Gifted Reading classes at Jefferson Elementary School took a few minutes to make clay seals.
This Week's Circulars
ASHTABULA [ndash] Louise Ann (Ticknor) Forsythe, 81, passed away November 14, 2019. She is survived by her husband H. Franklin Forsythe and son Lewis Ticknor. Private family burial will take place in Austin Cemetery.
DORSET [ndash] Funeral service for John Pirinen, 88, will be held TODAY at 3:00, with calling hours from 1:00-3:00 at Czup Funeral Home, 1329 Lake Avenue, Ashtabula.
ASHTABULA [ndash] Vincent Angelo Mondello, 74, passed away 11/13/2019 at Country Club Nursing and Rehabilitation Center following a long illness. He was born in Brooklyn, NY, on 10/14/1945. At his request no public services will be held.
CONNEAUT [ndash] Anthony Snow, 29, died November 15, 2019. Calling hours, Tuesday, November 19, 4PM-6PM, Thompson-Smith-Nesbitt Funeral Home, Conneaut, services following at 6:00PM. In lieu of flowers crowdfunding has been set up at www.thompsonsmithnesbitt.com.
- Man accuses dancer of assault
- Ashtabula group tailgating at every Cleveland Browns game
- Ashtabula veteran and his explosive-sniffing dog retire together after service in Iraq and Afghanistan
- 23 years since unsolved attack on Melanie Doyle
- New doctors' office opens in Conneaut
- Man sentenced in rape case
- Waiting on findings in fatal hit-and-run accident
- Geneva's Sorber selected DIII Northeast Lakes District Coach of the Year
- Conneaut man arrested on numerous child sex charges
- Plea deal in works in case involving accidental Brinks cash delivery