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Cask 307 will be a unique stop for area visitors when open

MADISON TOWNSHIP – Wineries have come a long way since the area’s first winery, Chalet Debonne, was established by the Debevc family in 1972. Tony and Beth Debevc established Grand River Cellars when it purchased Grand Rive Wine Company in 1976.

Trustees wary of free event offer

MADISON TOWNSHIP – The offer of a free event at Township Park still had the Board of Trustees questioning whether it was a good idea or could be problematic.

Judges voice opposition to Issue 1

WILLOUGHBY - The Lake County Development Council which seeks to enhance the quality of life in Lake County, hosts monthly luncheon meetings with special guest speakers on different topics.

Jefferson serves past Lakeside

The Jefferson Falcons hosted the Lakeside Dragons in a recent Volley for the Kelners volleyball match. Jefferson won the match in three sets 25-16, 25-7, 25-21.

Heralds net win against Dragons

The St. John Heralds girls’ tennis team improved to 11-6 on the year with a win over the Lakeside Dragons. St. John won all five matches to defeat Lakeside 5-0.

Champions Pullin’ for Children a success

Calvin Brown Jr. first started pulling with his father in 1987 and began pulling on his own in 2000. He now has been competing in the sport of truck and tractor pulling for the past 18 years.

PACOC draws out the community for their annual Fall Festival

ANDOVER – Lots of Ohio residents, some Pennsylvanians and even a few Canadians visiting during their Thanksgiving holiday were all present during PACOC’s annual Fall Festival and parade this year on Saturday, Oct. 6 within Andover.(From Oct. 12 edition).

Local resident opens general store: Farmhouse Supply within Linesville

LINESVILLE – If you’ve ever watched an old television show or movie and wondered what it would be like to shop in an old general store back in the old west you may soon have the opportunity thanks to the grand opening of Farmhouse Supply at 5750 West Center Road this Saturday, Oct. 13 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. within Linesville, Pa.(From Oct. 12 edition).