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The goal to premiere a documentary film on the Ashtabula Train Disaster in November will not be met as the coronavirus pandemic has put the film on hold.

ASHTABULA — City Council sent a letter Thursday to Ashtabula County Medical Center expressing concerns over the closing of the hospital’s skilled nursing and maternity units. 

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ANDOVER TOWNSHIP — The village of Andover recently sent a letter to the Pymatuning Valley School Board, and copied the Ashtabula County Commissioners, advising them not to add sewer and water lines for a proposed bus garage unless they are willing to annex into the village.

TRUMBULL TOWNSHIP — The Ohio Department of Health has ruled that the Great Lakes Medieval Faire cannot open this year due to COVID-19, said Ashtabula County Health Commissioner Ray Saporito.

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TRUMBULL TOWNSHIP — The Ohio Department of Health has ruled that the Great Lakes Medieval Faire cannot open this year due to COVID-19, said Ashtabula County Health Commissioner Ray Saporito.

Suspicious activity was reported on Bessemer Avenue at 3:42 a.m. on July 8.

CONNEAUT — Two Continental Street Plastics employees were transported to the hospital for minor injuries after a fire Thursday morning at the Gore Road company, said CFD Captain Chad Carter.

HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — A project has been approved for the Spire Institute property that would bring a TownePlace Suites hotel to the site, according to information released by the facility.

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HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — A project has been approved for the Spire Institute property that would bring a TownePlace Suites hotel to the site, according to information released by the facility.

CONNEAUT — Visitors to City Hall will be required to pass through a metal detector before entering as the Conneaut Municipal Court implements additional security policies.

A disturbance was reported in the 300 block of Main Street at 12:25 a.m. on July 7.

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ASHTABULA — The Ashtabula Area City School Board of Education approved a successor master agreement Wednesday with the Ashtabula Association of Classified School Employees for one year, beginning July 1 through June 30, 2021.

COLUMBUS — Ohio Auditor Keith Faber released a statement on Tuesday, detailing accusations against former Rock Creek Village Administrator Joshua Fleming.

A summer heat wave is raising the thermometer, bringing temperatures in the 90s every day this week.

NORTH KINGSVILLE — Three months after the resolution was introduced, Village Council voted unanimously to offer to buy the former site of North Kingsville Elementary School.

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COLUMBUS — Residents of seven Ohio counties will be mandated to wear a mask when out in public, Gov. Mike DeWine announced during a briefing Tuesday as the number of hospitalizations from COVID-19 reached the highest count in at least 21 days.

Suspicious activity was reported in the 500 block of Wrights Avenue at 7:53 p.m. on July 1.

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HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP —  A Canton woman is dead after the vehicle she was riding in crashed Sunday night on Interstate 90, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Ashtabula Post.

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is offering extended unemployment benefits to people who have exhausted their claims, according to a statement from the agency.

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HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP —  A Canton woman is dead after the vehicle she was riding in crashed Sunday night on Interstate 90, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Ashtabula Post.

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