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Spring cleaning in the village

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JEFFERSON - Just like it’s spring cleaning for the home, the Village of Jefferson also has been cleaning up for spring.

Recycling in Jefferson to begin May 5

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JEFFERSON - Some Village of Jefferson residents received a surprise Friday, when their recycling containers showed up at their homes.

Jefferson Police make significant heroin bust

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JEFFERSON – Calling it the “most significant heroin bust” in Jefferson to date, the Jefferson Police Department arrested Javonte Lacy and Joshua Hunter in the Thornes Hometown Market Place, also known as BiLo, parking lot.

“We have actually stepped up patrols of all of the pharmacies in the village primarily for illegal pseudoephedrine sales for the production of meth,” Jefferson Police Chief Dave Wassie said. “It was a significant problem at our Drug Mart store and we expanded that to our Rite Aid store and the pharmacy at BiLo.”


Plenty of opportunities for Easter Egg hunting on the way

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ASHTABULA COUNTY - The only thing more fun than watching children hunt for Easter Eggs could be watching dogs hunt for Easter Eggs. Over the next few weeks, there will be multiple opportunities to enjoy traditional and not-so-traditional Easter Eggs hunts.

First up this weekend is the Geneva Easter Fest. The newly formed Connect 534 is organizing the event.

“This is something new that we hope becomes an annual event,” event organizer Sarah Bals said.

The event will take place on April 12. Starting at 10 a.m., for $1 you can have a picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Magic Jack will also be performing.


Ashtabula resident Glen W. Warner has written a book called “Meeting the WORD in the World.”

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ASHTABULA – For over 40 years, Glen W. Warner has been a part of the Ashtabula community. Warner worked for Molded Fiber Glass and as an ordained minister for several churches, including First Congregational Church in Jefferson and Second Congregational in Ashtabula.

The recently retired Warner has published “Meeting the WORD in the World.” The book combines Warners love of nature and travel with his love from scripture. The book includes a forward by Gospel artist Sandi Patti.