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Ashtabula Towne Square getting internal improvements

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 ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – Since acquiring Ashtabula Towne Square last October, Ken Kister and the Sure Fire Group, LLC, have tried to revitalize the mall and bring it back to its former prominence.
The group paid $6.1 million for the 735,000-square-foot facility, located at 3315 North Ridge Road East. It is the home to name brands such as Super Kmart, Dunham's Sports, JC Penney and Verizon Wireless. There are an Applebee's and a Burger King located nearby.

Summer Reading Program starting soon

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JEFFERSON – The Summer Reading Program will be returning this year to Henderson Memorial Public Library, giving area children a chance to read and win prizes at the same time.
The program will be held June 8-July 10, with sign-ups from May 11-June 6. The program is for all ages, from babies to adults.

Geneva Township residents pass natural-gas issue

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GENEVA TOWNSHIP – Geneva Township residents passed an issue dealing with natural gas when they went to the ballot on Tuesday, May 5.

Voters in Morgan Township approve two levies

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MORGAN TOWNSHIP - Morgan Township voters renewed two road levies when they visited the ballot box on Tuesday, May 5.

Saybrook Township approves three-year park levy

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SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – Voters once again showed their support for the park systems of Ashtabula County.

Geneva-on-the-Lake police levy passes

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GENEVA-ON-THE- LAKE – Voters in Geneva-on-the-Lake showed support for the police department when they went to the ballot on Tuesday, May 5.

Ducro, McClure win Republican primaries

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ASHTABULA – In a race with three candidates competing for two spots, incumbent Republicans J.P. Ducro and Chris McClure were the top votegetters for the Ashtabula City Council-at-Large positions in unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary, with Todd Van Allen finishing third.

Timonere easily wins Democratic primary

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ASHTABULA – City Manager James Timonere easily won the Democratic primary for Ashtabula city manager, defeating challenger Kris Hamrick with nearly 83 percent of the votes in the unofficial results of Tuesday’s primary.

Jefferson property owners recognized by Design Review Board

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JEFFERSON - Jefferson Mayor Judy Maloney declared May as Historic Preservation Month in the village during a Jefferson Village Council meeting on Monday, May 4.
During the meeting, 50 property owners were recognized by the Jefferson Design Review Board for their inclusion in phase I of the Jefferson Local Historic District. The properties were recognized for their historical and architectural significance and to encourage preservation.

Winchell leaving ACCVB

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AUSTINBURG TOWNSHIP - One of Ashtabula County’s most prominent advocates for tourism will soon have a new role.

Tack Swap & Craft Sale to be held at fairgrounds on May 9

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JEFFERSON - Own a horse, or just like to ride one? Then come out to the Tack Swap & Craft Sale, which will be held Saturday, May 9, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Ashtabula County Fairgrounds Expo Building in Jefferson.

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