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Lenox Township voters asked to renew fire and EMS levy

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LENOX TOWNSHIP - Lenox Township voters are being asked to renew a 1.5-mills, five-year levy for fire and EMS services when they head to the ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 8. The issue is #21 on the ballot.

In-person and early voting begins

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JEFFERSON - Early voting has begun in the State of Ohio, meaning people can vote absentee or head to the Ashtabula County Board of Elections and vote in person.

American Business Women's Association holds annual awards dinner

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GENEVA – The local Anchors Aweigh chapter of the American Business Women's Association held its annual enrollment and awards dinner at Best Friends restaurant on South Broadway in Geneva on Oct. 11, during which it named its Associate and Woman of the Year.

Kathryn Whittington and Peggy Carlo state their cases for county commissioner seat

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ASHTABULA COUNTY – On Nov. 8, two women will be seeking a seat on the Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners: incumbent Peggy Carlo (D) of Saybrook Township and challenger Kathryn Whittington (R) of Richmond Township are entering the final stretch of the 2016 race and making their last arguments for why they're better suited to the office.

J.P. Ducro and Daniel Claypool enter final campaign stretch

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ASHTABULA COUNTY – One of the two current races for the Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners is a three-way race between incumbent and Lenox Township resident Daniel Claypool (D) – seeking reelection to a third term, Ashtabula City Council President J.P. Ducro (R), who seeks to unseat him, and Trumbull Township Trustee Willis Clay (I), who did not respond to several interview requests.

Andover couple works hard to spruce up The Andover Victorian

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ANDOVER – While most people are decorating their homes for Halloween, Bo and Darlene Potter are having a lot of fun sprucing up The Andover Victorian, a three-story high historic building they own, packed full with lots of nostalgic Victorian architecture and furniture, originally built in 1898 by William and Ida Webb.

“Frankenstein: The Rock Opera” Is Not Your Typical “Frankenstein”

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Composer Tom Todd describes it as a bonus that he is appearing as Dr. Victor Frankenstein in his musical, “Frankenstein: The Rock Opera,” opening a two-weekend run 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 at Arlene’s Broadway on Buffalo, 236 Buffalo Street in Conneaut.

"The Haunt on Williams Street" Opens in Conneaut Oct. 21

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For the 26th year in a row, Randy Skalos has filled his front and side yard of at 585 Williams Street residence with a collection of creepy animated characters who appear to have returned from the dead just in time for Halloween.

Woody's World to shutter after 35 years, re-open in another form

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GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – At the end of the 2016 summer season, Woody's World – an iconic arcade business at the heart of the Strip – shut its doors for the last time.

Ashtabula City Council requests solicitor draft medical marijuana regulations

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula City Council met Oct. 17 and asked City Solicitor Michael Franklin to draft codified regulations that will bar dispensaries as well as cultivation and processing of medical marijuana within the city.

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