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Sheriff will be able to hire two new deputies with increased budget

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JEFFERSON - With his 2015 budget in place, Ashtabula County Sheriff William Johnson said he will be able to hire two new road deputies.

Ashtabula County is being audited

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JEFFERSON – An Internal Revenue Service audit of Ashtabula County that began in November is expected to conclude next week.

Goodwill Studying A City Donation Center Far From a Done Deal, Goodwill Says

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CONNEAUT - While  Goodwill Industries’ proposal to place a donation center in Conneaut was enthusiastically received by the Planning Commission last week, city leaders recommend a site other than the proposed Conneaut Plaza.

City Manager’s Search Goes On

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CONNEAUT -  Conneaut City Council’s search for a city manager is still on.

Gazette Newspapers honored with nine awards

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JEFFERSON - The Ohio Newspaper Association honored Gazette Newspapers with nine awards during its annual convention on Feb. 11-12 in Columbus. Gazette Newspapers Senior Editor Stefanie Wessell, Conneaut Courier Editor Martha Sorohan and The News Editor Doris Cook traveled to Columbus for the convention.

McCormack may be offered plea offer

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JEFFERSON - A plea offer may soon be made to Don McCormack, former Jefferson Area High School assistant girls basketball and head softball coach.

Gazette honored as Newspaper of the Year

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JEFFERSON - Last week, the Ohio Newspaper Association honored the Gazette with its Newspaper of the Year award.

County Recorder’s Office can assist with Century Farm applications

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JEFFERSON - Ashtabula County Recorder Barbara Schaab and her office are offering their assistance to Ashtabula County farmers wishing to be recognized by the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Bicentennial and Century Farm program.

New law increases homestead exemption for disabled veterans

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JEFFERSON - Veterans may be eligible for a higher homestead exemption, thanks to the passage of a recent bill.

Students, parents, teacher speak out to Geneva School Board

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GENEVA – Students, parents and teachers spoke out about concerns Wednesday night at the Geneva Area City Schools Board of Education meeting, with the future of the varsity Cross County team as a recurring theme and the importance of athletics and sports team funding in general taking front stage in much of the meeting's audience discussion.

Ashtabula County Transportation System secure through 2018

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ASHTABULA – A service agreement has been renewed to provide public transit services for the City of Ashtabula and surrounding area, which was made retroactive to last year and will extend through the end of 2018.

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