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Opiate Summit offers hope during drug crisis

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SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – The Opiate Crisis facing Ashtabula County is a serious issue that has touched the entire county. The third Opiate Summit was designed to bring the community together to combat the epidemic and offer hope to the families whose lives have been affected. The summit took place at Lakeside High School on October 17.

Jefferson resident Sophie Masirovits celebrates 100th birthday

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JEFFERSON – Sophie Masirovits asked where the rest of the candles were. Her cake did not quite have 100, as Masirovits celebrate a century alive at the Jefferson Healthcare Center on Oct. 16.

AACS seek general permanent-improvement levy renewal

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula Area City Schools is asking voters to renew an existing five-year, 2.5-mills tax levy for the purpose of general permanent improvements.
Levy committee chairman Reji Disalvatore wants residents to recognize that this is not a tax increase.

Kister donations allow Ashtabula Senior Center to complete move

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula Senior Center has spent the month of October enjoying its new home on 4632 Main Avenue.
In April 2013, Ken Kister donated the facility to the group. The facility needed some work and obtained a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration for $247,000.

Issue 8 would provide much needed revenue for Geneva Union Cemeteries

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GENEVA – The Geneva Union Cemeteries is asking voters to approve Issue 8, which is an additional 0.5-mill, five-year levy.
The Geneva Union Cemeteries district maintains the following cemeteries: Lakeview, Evergreen, Mount Pleasant and Maplewood, and shares maintenance on an every other year basis with Saybrook Township for Sexton Road cemetery.

Community Action, Jefferson Village discussing rental of kitchen space

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JEFFERSON - The Ashtabula County Community Action Agency is interested in renting the kitchen facility in the Jefferson Central Park Hall for its Senior Nutrition Program.
ACCAA Health and Nutrition Services Director Diana Brook wrote a letter to Village Administrator Terry Finger detailing the proposal on Oct. 1.

Local hospitals prepared for infectious diseases; Flu is the most likely illness residents will enco

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ASHTABULA COUNTY - Should any infectious disease come to the Ashtabula County area, local hospitals are prepared.

UPDATED: Local investors buy Ashtabula Town Square

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ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – There is an air of an excitement at Ashtabula Towne Square as local investors have purchased the property.
Sure Fire Group, LLC has reached an agreement for the mall with Morgan Stanley Capital I Incorporated for an undisclosed amount. Morgan Stanley Capital I obtained the property from a receivership.

Assumption pastor pleads not guilty to two misdemeanors

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GENEVA – Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church Pastor Fr. Robert Lanterman is scheduled to appear in court for a Pre-Trial hearing on Nov. 11 in Judge David A. Schroeder’s courtroom in Western County Court.
Lanterman has been charged with Misdemeanor 1st Degree Assault and Disorderly Conduct, which is a minor misdemeanor. Lanterman has pleaded Not Guilty to both charges.

Jesse Davis lived life to the fullest despite his medical condition

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JEFFERSON – Jesse Davis touched a lot of lives in his short 25 years on this planet. The Jefferson resident passed away on June 15 of natural causes. Davis showed courage and determination to live his life to the fullest despite a lifetime of health complications.

Geneva intends to join Countywide CAD system

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GENEVA – The Geneva Council Safety Committee unanimously recommended and council agreed to have City Manger Jim Pearson draft a letter that city intends to partner with the county in the new Computer Aided Dispatch system.