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Debbie Burlingame honored as Jefferson Citizen of the Year

JEFFERSON - Although the calendar reads April, snow was on the ground as the Jefferson Area Chamber of Commerce presented its Citizen of the Year award on Tuesday, April 17, at the Jefferson Community Center.
The Chamber presented the award to Debbie Burlingame.

Growth Partnership talks work at meeting

GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – The quarterly Growth Partnership for Ashtabula County meeting was all about hiring people with special needs and getting support to start your own business.

Commissioner Column: High-Speed Internet Access Bill a must for Ashtabula County

This week I wanted to take a moment to highlight an important issue that impacts thousands of residents throughout Ashtabula County and that is access to high-speed internet. While Ashtabula County is fortunate to be the largest county in the State of Ohio in terms of the overall geographic size, of which there are many positive aspects to being such a large county, there are challenges that come with being so big in the state.

Reservations open for Dining for the Arts Kickoff Party

ASHTABULA - The Ashtabula Arts Center is taking reservations for the 2018 Dining for the Arts Kickoff Party, which will be held at the Arts Center on Saturday, May 5, from 6-9 p.m. The Kickoff Party launches the annual fundraising series of dinners, cocktail parties, and wine tastings hosted by Arts Center supporters in their homes and at local restaurants. Guests will have the opportunity to sign up during the course of the evening to attend these events, which feature a wide array of settings, menus, and sizes.

Hosken wants back on council

JEFFERSON – Kristy Hosken has written a letter of interest stating she believes she should be returned as Ward 3 Ashtabula city councilor.

Village of Roaming Shores swears in a new sergeant among other business

ROAMING SHORES – A swearing in of Sergeant Clay Beck, a presentation from Gary Hunter from Route 6 Tourist Association, as well a discussion over several ordinances were some of the main topics on the agenda on Tuesday, April 17 during Village of Roaming Shores regular monthly council meeting.(From April 20 edition).

Falcons start season 2-0

HUBBARD - The Jefferson Falcons softball team picked up their second win of the season with an away win over the host Hubbard Eagles.