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Hometown Harvest Mobile Coffee Shop joins Pierpont Farmers’ Market

PIERPONT – In hopes of preserving area history and continuing its legacy, all while drawing people together over a cup of coffee, Amanda and Travis Lloyd, of Cleveland, will now be offering their business, Hometown Harvest Mobile Coffee Shop, on Saturday mornings during Pierpont Farmers’ Market at its location of 1071 Route 7 North next to the former Pierpont School.(From July 19 edition).

Ashtabula YMCA starts up swim lessons at Wildwood Acres Campground

ANDOVER – Strokes, kicks, bobs, jumps and other exercises were prevalent at Wildwood Acres Family Campground on Wednesday, July 10, as children of all ages followed the directions of their Ashtabula YMCA instructor thanks to Andover Village’s summer-sponsored swim lessons once again this year within the grounds.(From July 19 edition).

Jason Wuliger launches campaign for Lake County Commissioner

MENTOR - Jason Wuliger announced that he is seeking to be Lake County’s next commissioner during a gathering at the Fredon Corporation in Mentor June 26.
Wuliger made clear the focus of his efforts would be to grow Lake County’s economy.

Merger completed of Crossroads and Beacon Health

As of July 1 Crossroads and Beacon Health are officially merged as one organization, Crossroads Health, a non-profit organization that provides a continuum of behavioral health services to clients of all ages.

Mentor woman’s sewing talent helps many

MENTOR – She never tracks anything.
Virginia (Ginny) Marikis never tracked how many teddy bears she made, then donated, to the Mentor Fire Department for children affected by a fire. She never tracked the bibs and shoulder pads she made, then donated, to Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.

Former Andover resident sentenced to 180-day jail sentence

JEFFERSON - Former Andover resident Cassandra Webster was given a 180-day jail sentence on Monday, July 8, through Eastern County Court following an incident that occurred last year at 5206 Stanhope-Kellogsville Road in Andover that involved the accidental death of four-year-old Remingtin Krzic of Painesville.