WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned Wednesday of the threat of a prolonged recession resulting from the viral outbreak and urged Congress and the White House to act further to prevent long-lasting economic damage.
ASHTABULA — The director of the Ashtabula Maritime and Surface Transportation Museum is doing his best to revive interest in a Lake Erie ferry service that would link northeast Ohio and Canada.
ASHTABULA — Ashtabula County Medical Center and Molina Healthcare of Ohio recently celebrated the opening of ACMC’s new Baby Closet, providing new mothers with supplies they may need when they leave the hospital.
ASHTABULA — There was talk of jobs and the environment during a town hall meeting with city and Petmin officials Tuesday at Kent State Ashtabula.
Speaking to a mixed crowd of natural gas industry representatives and rank-and-file western Pennsylvania supporters on Wednesday, President Donald Trump said he is bringing an end to “the war on American energy.”
JEFFERSON — The decision not to conduct a “lengthy search” to find a new port authority leader came down to a need to immediately fill the position, an official said Thursday.
GENEVA — As President Donald Trump's trade war with China continues, area winemakers are keeping a close eye on how tariffs could affect the local market.
ASHTABULA — Bruce Haytcher spent decades in area factories performing a variety of tasks, but when a massive layoff at the Erie General Electric plant hit in 2016 he chose a different pathway.
In light of a skilled workforce shortage seen not only in Ashtabula County but elsewhere in the region, employers and state legislators are plumbing the well for fresh ways to attract or keep employees.
JEFFERSON — The village of Jefferson is looking to fix several zoning issues that have left a business and a transitional home unable to move forward with planned expansions.
GENEVA — Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, has been named as an inductee of the Ohio Agricultural Council’s Hall of Fame.
GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE — Rainy weather didn’t seem to dampen the spirits of dozens of people lining “The Strip” holding umbrellas while waiting for the village’s parade to go by their chosen viewing spot.
ASHTABULA — Following a public hearing before Ashtabula City Council’s Monday meeting, members approved an ordinance allowing townhouse-style residential units as a conditional use within the Harbor Historical District.
Shoppers seeking that perfect Mother’s Day plant this week can breath easier: growers say the prolonged winter didn’t put a big dent in the selection or quality of locally-grown flowers.
JEFFERSON — Tears streamed down the face of Kathy Konzel after her key started a 2018 Toyota Corolla on Saturday morning winning the 6th annual Donate to Win sponsored by Nassief Auto Group.
GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE — Village officials have managed to make a little money from cutting down some ash trees — in fact, enough to buy some equipment for the golf course.
ASHTABULA — For the second year in a row, Bridge Street is in the top 25 of the America’s Main Streets contest, sponsored by the national small business movement, Independent We Stand.
COLUMBUS — A newly introduced state House bill would make maple syrup-producing lands tax exempt across the state, something county producers say is just the boost they need in what’s become an oversaturated market.
CONNEAUT — Dr. Abirammy Sundaramoorthy, MD., chief medical officer of University Hospitals Conneaut Medical Center, will receive a Women of Professional Excellence Award today from the YWCA of Greater Cleveland.
Take a walk through any cemetery and you will find towering monuments and carefully etched granite and marble — sometimes dating back to the 18th century.
ASHTABULA — Lake Erie Ship Repair and Tank Fabrication, a family-owned and operated business in Jefferson and Ashtabula, closed late last year and its assets will be auctioned off next month.
ROME TOWNSHIP — Two new horizontal shale production wells along Rome-Rock Creek Road are causing concern for some nearby residents who said they’ve been unable to learn much about the project.
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ASHTABULA [ndash] H. Martha Norton, 90, passed away Friday July 31, 2020. Memorial service and burial in City Cemetery will take place at a later time. Arrangements have been entrusted to Marcy Funeral Home, 208 Liberty St.
ANDOVER [ndash] Michael Mitzel, 35, passed unexpectedly on July 13th, 2020. He was the loving father of Charlie and Micah Mitzel. Private family services to be held. Online obituary and condolences at www.czupfuneral.com.
ANDOVER [ndash] Walter Catledge Jr., 80, passed away July 29th, 2020 at the A.C.M.C. He was born in Houston, Mississippi on 8-25-1939. Walter proudly served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard. No public service will be held.
- Former Ashtabula woman charged in toddler's death Joyceann Ruane held on $2 million bond at arraignment Monday in Gallia County
- Phil Garcia gets 18 years on sex charges
- Ashtabula woman to face charges in Elyria
- Village administrator former rocker
- ONA files lawsuit to block closing of ACMC's OB unit
- Pavilion to be built on riverfront
- Cat survives arrow shot through throat and shoulder Conneaut man charged in incident
- It's time for mofongo: Puerto Rican restaurant opens in Ashtabula
- Work slated for Lake Shore Park's upper pond
- Ashtabula woman arrested after Elyria shooting