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County officials, Bikers Against Child Abuse memorialize child victims

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JEFFERSON – Bikers Against Child Abuse – Erie Shores Chapter and Ashtabula County government officials met April 21 at the Old Courthouse in Jefferson to dedicated April as Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month in a ceremony that commemorated child victims with pinwheels placed on the courthouse lawn and the dedication of a library for child victims for their use and enjoyment in a time of need.

Ashtabula Township trustees oppose Coast Guard staffing changes

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP - The Ashtabula Township trustees have joined with other local governmental officials in opposing the proposed staffing changes to the Ashtabula Coast Guard.

Sheriff's department seeks suspect in Orwell Township robbery

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ORWELL TOWNSHIP – The Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office is seeking a suspect in an April 24th robbery at JD's Pit Stop service station at 2635 U.S. Route 322 in Orwell Township.

Ashtabula K-Mart to close in July

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP - Sears Holdings announced last week that the company will close 68 Kmart and 10 Sears stores this summer.

Jefferson Township trustee addresses council on annexation

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JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP - Jefferson Township officials attended the most recent Jefferson Village Council meeting on Monday, April 18, to share their concerns about the annexing of township property.

Nassief Honda moving to Austinburg

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ASHTABULA – Long-time downtown Ashtabula fixture Nassief Honda will be moving from its Main Avenue location in the City of Ashtabula to Austinburg Township this fall in a bid to expand inventory and services for its customers and to better serve Northeast Ohio car-buyers.

Jefferson tentatively to receive money for Giddings Park pavilion

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JEFFERSON - State Rep. John Patterson attended the Jefferson Village Council meeting on Monday, April 18, with news on Ohio’s proposed two-year capital budget bill.
“I have some good news for you,” Patterson told village officials.

Warrior Country no more

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – The Ashtabula Township Board of Trustees weathered a storm of criticism from local businessmen and residents regarding a sale of two-thirds of an acre of township land at the intersection of State Road and East Prospect Avenue adjacent to Peleg Sweet Park – known as Veterans Corner – to Cleveland-based land management and development firm Visconsi Co. for $2,425 during a regular board meeting April 13.

Sheriff's Department captures suspect in State Road KeyBank robbery

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – The Ashtabula County Sheriff's Department has arrested a suspect in the daylight robbery of the KeyBank at 3308 State Rd. in Ashtabula Township during which the suspect employed what he said was a bomb to make off with an unknown amount of money.

Last day for Donate to Win donations is April 30

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JEFFERSON - There is less than a month left to participate in the 4th annual Donate to Win campaign, organized by the Nassief Auto Family.
With this campaign, community members have a chance to win a new 2016 Hyundai Elantra, all while giving back to vital organizations in Ashtabula County.

Ashtabula City Council meets for regular session, dispute Wine & Walleye options

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula City Council met for its regular session meeting April 4 to consider a slate of proposed ordinances and hear reports and see a renewed debate between Ward 2 Councilor August Pugliese and Council President J.P. Ducro regarding the best course of action for the city after the Greater Ashtabula Chamber of Commerce's decision to move the Wine & Walleye Festival to Lake Shore Park from Ashtabula Harbor.

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