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Gone But Not Forgotten: Brine Well Permit Could Resurface

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CONNEAUT  -  There is good news for residents opposed to the local digging of a brine injection well by Cortland’s American Energy.

Lakeside Junior High is awarded $10,000 grant from Dominion

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SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – As any teacher will share, hands-on learning is key. The Ashtabula Area City School district wants to expose their students to projects related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education - or STEM. The problem is funding.
Lakeside Junior High School is ecstatic after applying for and receiving a $10,000 grant from the Dominion Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Dominion Resources, Dominion East Ohio’s parent company. This year the foundation had a budget of $80,000 and 45 grant proposals were submitted. Only 12 grants received any funding, and

Two new walking trails open to the public near Austin Road

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GENEVA – Walking just got a little more fun. Two new public access walking/fitness trails have completed their initial phase of construction and are open to the public.
The trails were officially opened on Sept. 23. The trails begin on Austin Road north of the Recycling Center on the same property as the John McCroden Memorial Fire Training Center located at 800 Austin Road.

PUCO approves the upgrade of Jefferson railroad crossing

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JEFFERSON - A railroad crossing in the Village of Jefferson will be made a little safer.

Action in Motion producing new CDL careers

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ASHTABULA – Earlier this year, the Community Action Agency was nominated for the Best of the County Community Impact Award for its new Action in Motion Academy.
Action in Motion helps individuals gain their CDL licenses. The first three students have graduated from the program and are beginning careers in the trucking industry.