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New facility will offer counseling, mentoring, life coaching services

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ASHTABULA A new program offering services in consultation, mentoring, life coaching and guidance to adults and youth in the county will be opening May 1 in the State Road Occupational Medical Facility, 600 State Road.

 

Ashtabula County rotary clubs holding family bike ride

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GENEVA A bike-riding event is being held to help promote the six Ashtabula County rotary clubs, Ashtabula County first responders, and health and fitness.

The Rotary Days Charity Bicycle Ride will be held Saturday, May 30, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the Western Reserve Greenway Trail.

 

ODOT construction season kicks off in Ashtabula County

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ASHTABULA COUNTY - The Ohio Department of Transportation has kicked off its construction season, with a handful of projects planned in Ashtabula County.
Some of them have begun work already.

City Council unanimously passes existing tax abatements for businesses

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ASHTABULA By a unanimous 6-0 vote (Vice President Christopher McClure was unable to attend), Ashtabula City Council passed a continuation of existing community re-investments that will give seven area businesses property tax abatements in exchange for the businesses investing in improvements on their facilities of at least $30,000 during Monday nights meeting.

Doug Starkey named permanent City Manager

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GENEVA – Doug Starkey has been acting City Manager since Feb. 23, but he will take over the position on a permanent basis in September after being selected by City Council.

Opal House to hold much-needed fundraiser

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JEFFERSON – When Cheryle McCourt was trying to decide what she wanted to call the addiction-recovery facility she was starting, she chose the name Opal House because it had special meaning to her.
Opal is her daughter Rebecca's birth stone and opal signifies “to change.”

Chocolate Fest a big success for Geneva Rotary

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GENEVA – The ninth annual Chocolate Fest that was held last Tuesday was a success, as chairperson Terri Vincent estimated 400 to 500 people attended the event at Geneva High School to sample the treats from the 41 vendors, with $5,000 to $6,000 being raised for the Geneva Rotary from ticket sales and a Chinese auction.

License to Steal event offers marketing tips to businesses

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GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – The annual License to Steal event, also known as the National Wine Marketing Conference, will be held April 20-22 at the Lodge and Conference Center at Geneva State Park.
The event brings in a speaker to better help the attendees market their respective businesses, although it does have an emphasis on wine.

Pymatuning Area Chamber seeking nominees for Merrill & Thobaben civic awards

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ANDOVER - Nominees from the greater Pymatuning Valley communities are being sought by the Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce for being recognized for their civic activism and volunteerism in the Valley, according to Mary Mitchel, chairperson of the project. This is for the Brenda Merrill and Charles J. Thobaben memorial awards.  Deadline for the nominations is April 3 and mailed to: Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 503, Andover, OH 44003.

Salt, street conditions the big items at City Council meeting

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GENEVA – With spring nearly here and the snow hopefully melting soon, the city will turn its attention to examining the roads to determine what if anything needs to be done to them.
During Monday night's City Council meeting, Street Department Superintendent Tim Bittner gave a presentation during which he spoke specifically about the city's main street, Route 20.

Ashtabula BOE will offer Colucci a contract extension

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SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – After having replaced the retiring Joseph Donatone two-and-a-half years ago, it was an easy decision for the Ashtabula Area City Schools Board of Education to offer Patrick Colucci a three-year contract extension as superintendent.
The extension will officially be announced at the BOE's March 18th meeting.

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