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Superior Intermediate students learn teamwork, communication during After School Discovery project

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SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – Students at Superior Intermediate School enrolled in the summer school program in partnership with After School Discovery (ASD) – a nonprofit after school program for children kindergarten through eighth grade – learned to work together on a number of projects this summer care of ASD volunteers who guided them through the work.

Former Ashtabula Area Chamber of Commerce official indicted

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JEFFERSON - The former president and CEO of the Ashtabula Area Chamber of Commerce has been indicted by the Ashtabula County Grand Jury.
On July 19, 2016, the Ashtabula County Grand Jury issued a secret indictment against Jessica E. Forsythe.

Three premier restaurants to put Ashtabula County on the map with farm-to-table dinner

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GENEVA – Three Ashtabula County restaurants are working together to show off Northeast Ohio farms and celebrate the 150th birthday of the City of Geneva at a special event Monday, Aug. 15.

St. Joseph ER Center partners in two-state Active Shooters Drill

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ANDOVER - On the morning of July 20, a full-scale Homeland Security Exercise and evaluation drill took place involving Ohio and western Pennsylvania, eight counties, 12 muncipalieis and nine private organizations.

Ashtabula City Council puts parks levy on November ballot

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula City Council met July 25 in special session to discuss and pass and ordinance that will give a proposed five-year, 1.5 mil parks levy a place on the November 8 ballot.

Geneva holds Art Afternoon to celebrate area artists, commemorate city's birthday

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GENEVA – Geneva held an “Art Afternoon” July 23 in concert with Geneva Business Association's annual sidewalk sale in brutal heat to unveil a pair of long-awaited civic art projects, lionize area artists and to celebrate the City of Geneva's 150th birthday and Geneva Township's 200th.

Plymouth United Methodist to launch 'Blessing Boxes' aid program county-wide

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ASHTABULA – Ashtabula County is both the largest and poorest county in Ohio and these realities complicate efforts to alleviate hunger and deprivation for those people, agencies and churches that seek to help the poor and needy. Pastor Samara Jenkins of Plymouth United Methodist Church has launched a new program that will place 'blessing boxes' throughout the county allowing the needy to receive aid and those who wish to help a simpler way to do so.

Geneva to celebrate unveiling of barn quilt, mural July 23

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GENEVA – Geneva will celebrate two long-awaited unveilings July 23 at the Geneva Rotary Pavilion and the Geneva Recreation Center on Main Street as part of 'Art Day' – the Geneva barn quilt on West Main Street and the Wheels of Progress mural on East Main Street. Artt day is itself part of the yearlong celebration of the City of Geneva's sesquicentennial.

Jefferson Village Council marks Solicitor Lemire’s final meeting

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JEFFERSON - Jefferson Village Council marked Village Solicitor Jerome Lemire’s final meeting on Monday, July 18.

School-resource officer leads to drop in complaints, police chief says

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JEFFERSON - The presence of the school-resource officer at the Jefferson Area Junior High School and Jefferson Area High School led to a decrease in complaints during the 2015-2016 school year, Jefferson Police Chief Dave Wassie said.

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