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‘The Mansion’ may be put to use in 2019

MADISON TOWNSHIP - Mike Profeta, owner of 1300 Belleair, appeared before the Board of Trustees Oct. 23 to answer some questions for the trustees regarding a liquor license he sought for that address.

Free Medicare Check-Up Day Event Coming to Lake County

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), a division of the Ohio Department of Insurance, will visit Lake County to hold a Medicare Check-Up Day event on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at the Morley Library located at
184 Phelps Street in Painesville. The event will begin at 6:00pm.

Windsor Township voters pass two renewal tax levies

 WINDSOR-Township register voters in Windsor on Nov. 6 pass two different renewal tax levies put on the ballot by the trustees board. The current expenses renewal tax levy passed with unofficial vote tally of 314 yes votes to 150 no votes.

Rome Township cemeteries additional tax levy rejected by voters

ROME TOWNSHIP-Voters in Rome Township and a portion of Roaming Shores Village in the township dumped the 1.25 of a mill additionaly tax levy on the Nov. 6 election ballot to generate revenue for upkeep of the township’s four cemeteries. The issue failed to pass by a 66 vote margin.

Andover Village voters pass four renewal tax issues Nov. 6

ANDOVER-Registered voters in Andover Village supported and pass all four renewal tax issues on the election ballot this past Tuesday, Nov. 6 by overwhelming margins.Three of the issues were for fire emergency services provided under contracts between the village and Andover Volunteer Fire Department.

Pirates advance past Warriors

JEFFERSON - The Perry Pirates volleyball team was able to edge the Edgewood Warriors in the opening set of their Division II Sectional Tournament.

Over 50 items featured at this year’s Andover Quilt Show

ANDOVER – Everywhere you turned in Andover Public Library on Sunday, Nov. 4 there seemed to be a quilt or some sort of elaborate project on display within the bookshelves, tables and walls as part of Andover’s 26th annual quilt show event for the public.(From Nov. 9 edition).

Mustangs drop heartbreaker

ORWELL-Nobody plays at the high school sports levels with the intent to lose. Winning determines attitudes and feelings after a match or game.

Area churches prep for their annual community dinner in Andover

ANDOVER – If you’re looking to spend time getting to know more people in your region this year you may want to attend Andover’s annual free Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Noon on Thursday, Nov. 15 within Andover Christian Church’s Family Life Center on Stillman Avenue in Andover.(From Nov. 9 edition).

Board of DD renewal levy passes

ASHTABULA COUNTY - This election saw a much different reaction from Ashtabula County Board of Developmental Disabilities officials and supporters than last November.
Last November, voters failed to approve an increase to the Board of DD operating levy.

Specht beats two opponents in Eastern County Court judgeship race

JEFFERSON - Republican candidate Harold E. Specht Jr. won the three-way race for the Eastern County Court judgeship in the Nov. 6th general election. Specht garnered 7,892 total unofficial votes (47.70 percent), beating Democrat candidate Virginia K. Miller and Independent candidate Michael A. Hiener.

Voters turn down county-wide Issue 3 Special Education Levy

JEFFERSON - The Ashtabula County Schools Financing District special education levy, which would have supported the education and related services for Happy Hearts students, lost at the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6, during the general election.