Thunder on the Strip's eleventh anniversary sets new bar for the rally

by Gabriel McVey

GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – The 11th Thunder on the Strip motorcycle rally filled the air in Geneva-on-the-Lake with the smells of leather and exhaust and the characteristic rumble of iconic Harley Davidson V-twin engines and, according to Geneva-on-the-Lake Mayor Dwayne Bennett, this was the best-attended Thunder rally yet.

Geneva Finance Committee mulls how to promote income-tax levy

by Gabriel McVey

GENEVA – How to convince Geneva voters to approve a proposed raise of the city’s income tax from its current rate of 1.5 percent to 2.2 percent this fall was the matter under consideration at a meeting of the city’s finance committee held Monday, Sept. 11.

HMPL announces September programming

by Stefanie Wessell

JEFFERSON – The Henderson Memorial Public Library has announced its programming for September, with the usual monthly events coming up, along with some new ones.

ADDA meet-and-greet event showcases Framed on Main

by Gabriel McVey

ASHTABULA – The new framing business Framed on Main was the host and subject of an Aug. 23rd meet-and-greet event held by the Ashtabula Downtown Development Association, and owner Chris DiGiacomo said while his involvement with the nonprofit is recent, he hopes to bring his experience and background as both an artist and businessman to downtown Ashtabula.

TABS brings the fine arts to Bridge Street

by Gabriel McVey

ASHTABULA HARBOR – The Arts on Bridge Street, or TABS as it’s more popularly known, returned to Bridge Street on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 26 and 27, with live demonstrations of painting and other visual artwork, live music, artworks for sale from local and regional creators as well as many other events and presentations still in the works – bringing the fine arts to Ashtabula Harbor and engendering a sense of community.