ASHTABULA – Ashtabula City Council met Nov. 21 and voted down proposed regulations that would have barred medical marijuana dispensaries as well as cultivation and processing facilities within city limits.
Ashtabula City Council votes down proposed marijuana regulations
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 10:01
Need for more foster parents is urgent
A resolution passed by the Lake County Board of Commissioners Oct. 27 stated, “… every child has the inherent right to grow up in a safe, permanent, loving family, and this experience lays the foundation
PV FFA gives back to the community through Toys for Tykes
ANDOVER – Pymatuning Valley FFA kicked off Toys for Tykes fundraiser on Thursday, Dec. 1, an annual event that offers people the chance to give back to the community. (From Dec. 2 edition of The News)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 09:40
Simply Christmas provides a jolly start to the holidays
ANDOVER - Rain seemed to be only a mild hindrance on Saturday, Nov. 26 for community members as they made their way out to Simply Christmas, an annual holiday tradition put together by Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce. (From Dec. 2 edition of The News)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 09:42
Windsor resident looks for second chances through art
WINDSOR – On Feb. 15, 2016 Tim Kaferle, with the help of his wife Shar, The Kaferles started Creative Hearts and Rediscovered Arts, a business that specializes in taking reused items and making them into something new. (From Dec. 2 edition of The News)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 09:58
Hartsgrove Township purchases new truck and preps for the holidays
HARTSGROVE – Residents in Hartsgrove will unfortunately miss a holiday lighting this year in the township due to an incident involving a person driving through the premises of the park. (From Dec. 2 edition of The News)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 09:44
PV Primary starts Books for Cans Food Drive
ANDOVER – Pymatuning Valley Primary School has started collecting canned goods as a way to give back during the holiday season from now until Wednesday, Dec. 14. (From Dec. 2 edition of The News)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 09:47
Thorne’s Jefferson Bilo has empty shelves, no answers
JEFFERSON – The Thorne’s Jefferson Bilo on South Chestnut Street had empty shelves and no answers to customers' questions about the reason why beginning during the Thanksgiving season and ongoing since.
Last Updated on Friday, 02 December 2016 15:04
Geneva Business Association ushers in a ‘Gingerbread Village’ Christmas
GENEVA – The Geneva Business Association (GBA) has a slew of Christmas fun and family-friendly activities and contests scheduled for the month running up to Christmas this year in and around downtown Geneva, according to GBA representative Shirley Lehmann.
“We developed a theme this year called 'a Gingerbread Village.’ We have some contests, we have the parade, we have a wreath raffle and we have breakfast with Santa,” Lehmann said.