LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — In a story Sept. 13 about an Ohio woman convicted of corpse abuse after the death of her newborn, The Associated Press omitted the potential sentence Brooke Skylar Richardson could have faced if she had been convicted of aggravated murder. The potential sentence was life…
GENEVA — The steady beat of the Geneva High School band blasted through the school’s parking lot on Sunday afternoon as more than 250 people gathered for the 18th Annual Walk for the Cure.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio has received $17.8 million to generate data on self-driving vehicles, an area of research in which the state is already playing a prominent role, according to the state's U.S. senators.
ASHTABULA – More people than ever are eligible for supplemental food benefits through Ashtabula County WIC, thanks to new income guidelines that went into effect July 1.
It was the end of a typical day at Jefferson Area High School; the sun was shining, the marching band was practicing, the buses were waiting and nothing could dampen Delightful Granddaughter’s mood. That is until she saw Principal Jeremy Huber walking to a lone vehicle parked in the wrong pl…
ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP — Dancing wasn't mandatory, but made the experience more fun for many as more than 600 people got into a rhythm while packing more than 200,000 meals for area residents in need on Friday morning at Ashtabula Towne Square.
ASHTABULA — Ashtabula Area City Schools received an overall D grade — compared to an F last year — on the state report cards, released Thursday by the Ohio Department of Education.
The United States Department of Agriculture has issued disaster relief funds for farmers in a number of counties across the state, but Ashtabula County farmers aren't eligible to apply.
ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP — The beat of the Jonathan Scales Fourchestra emanated throughout the Braden Middle School auditorium on Friday morning as the traveling musicians performed for the school's band.
ASHTABULA — Flash Medical Center, a one-day hands-on experience for high school students interested in a healthcare-related field, returns Oct. 11 to Kent State University at Ashtabula.
School started in August for Ashtabula County schools, so it's time for drivers to review the rules of the road as buses and students return to the streets and mix with traffic.
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.
ASHTABULA — The city’s curbside recycling program began nearly a year ago, but there still appears to be some confusion as to the rules of recyclables, trash pick up, leaf bag pick up and non-traditional garbage pick up, City Manager Jim Timonere said.
ASHTABULA — The American Red Cross is urging the public to donate blood and platelets to help those impacted by Hurricane Dorian and others across the country.
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — There are now more activities for children and adults to take part in at the Harpersfield Covered Bridge Metropark.
Vice President Mike Pence stood before dozens of family members of Flight 93’s passengers and crew on Wednesday and vowed their heroic story of selflessness and sacrifice will never be forgotten.
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.
Several hundred people gathered on Wednesday at Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville to mark the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and the crash of United Flight 93.
CONNEAUT — At a outdoor meeting at Buccia's winery on Tuesday night, the Conneaut Convention and Visitor's Bureau announced a new map of members for 2020 and elections for eight board member positions.
ASHTABULA — More and more local officials are asking what the 2-1-1 hotline can do for their agencies and those they serve, an Ashtabula County Community Action representative said Wednesday.
PAINESVILLE — Timothy Meola’s daughter found security cameras knocked down and blood in her father’s bathroom before describing the scene to a 911 dispatcher and reporting her father and his vehicle missing.
PAINESVILLE — The stolen vehicle belonging to homicide victim Timothy Meola was found Tuesday at an Euclid apartment complex, according to police.
CONNEAUT — Parts of the city of Conneaut will be under a precautionary boil alert Friday afternoon, until at least Saturday, as the work on the Parrish and West Main road intersection continues.
JEFFERSON — On the eighteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center which left thousands dead, local officials will gather to pray for members of law enforcement.
ASHTABULA — A hands-on workshop showing participants how to use digital forensics software will be Sept. 19 at Kent State University’s Ashtabula campus.
Ashtabula County Metroparks is presenting a series of fall hikes just in time for area residents to enjoy our crisp autumn air, native plants, animals and our fall foliage.
This Week's Circulars
ASHTABULA [ndash] James K. Lind, 75, passed away September 14, 2019. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Zaback-Williams-Ducro Funeral Home once details are finalized by his children Jake, Michael, and Ericka.
JEFFERSON [ndash] Thomas E. Wehrung, Sr., 70, died unexpectedly Saturday at his residence. Husband of Darcie (Cornell) Wehrung. Visitation Friday 4-8PM, service Saturday 10:30AM, Jefferson Home of Fleming&Billman Funeral Directors. Contributions: Jefferson Volunteer Fire Dept. fleming-bi…
ASHTABULA [ndash] Michael Marvin, 71, passed away 9/12/2019 at UH Geauga Medical Center. He was a loving husband, a hard worker and a proud veteran. CZUP FUNERAL HOME, Lake Ave, Ashtabula is handling the arrangements for the family.
HARPERSFIELD [ndash] Michelle A. Mills, 46, passed away unexpectedly August 31, 2019 at her home in Harpersfield. No public services will be held. The CZUP FUNERAL HOME, 1329 Lake Avenue Ashtabula is handling the services.
- 911 call reveals scene daughter found in caterer's house
- Painesville police asking for public's help as they investigate homicide of popular Ashtabula a caterer
- Gun drawn during warrant arrest of Jefferson man
- Police find murdered caterer's vehicle in Euclid
- Local charter fishing captains have banner year
- Low marks: Ohio releases school report cards for 2018-2019 school year
- Water boil alert Friday for Conneaut
- Big Lots to celebrate remodeled store with chain's new concept
- Ashtabula caterer murdered at home in Painesville
- Restoration efforts continue at Unionville Tavern