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Ashtabula County Farm Bureau, Soil & Water Conservation District hold annual meeting

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GENEVA - The Ashtabula County Farm Bureau and the Soil & Water Conservation District held their joint annual meeting on Monday, Sept. 21, at the Winery at Spring Hill.
During the meeting, the group highlighted the activities of the past year and laid the ground work for their programs in 2016. Active farmer members also voted on proposed policies, as well as elected county board members and delegates to the 2016 Ohio Farm Bureau Annual Meeting.

NEOIMS establishes Scott Robinson Memorial Scholarship

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GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE - The Northeast Ohio Indoor Mechanical Specialists (NEOIMS) established a scholarship in the late Scott Robinson’s name during its meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24, at the Lodge and Conference Center at Geneva State Park.

Andover Bancorp, Inc. and The Andover Bank complete acquisition of Community National Bank of northw

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ANDOVER - Martin R. Cole, chair of Andover Bancorp, Inc. and its principal subsidiary The Andover Bank, announced that the acquisition of Community National Bank of Northwestern Pennsylvania, Albion, Pennsylvania (“CNB”), was completed effective at the opening of business on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015.  The Albion, Cranesville, Edinboro, Millcreek and West Springfield offices of CNB have become branches of The Andover Bank. 

Process for residents to receive money from CHIP grant has begun

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GENEVA – The cities of Geneva and Conneaut have teamed up to receive and split a $700,000 Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) grant from the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Ashtabula County law enforcement against Issue 3

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JEFFERSON – The Ashtabula County law enforcement community made its displeasure known with the proposed Issue 3 legislative initiative, which would legalize both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana, during a press conference Friday.

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