Old Carlisle’s becomes huge headache for city

by Robert Lebzelter

ASHTABULA – City Manager Jim Timonere said he is hopeful the city can get funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to seal off the former Carlisle’s Department Store, because of the danger to the public.

Time running out to file taxes

by Stefanie Wessell

JEFFERSON - Village of Jefferson officials wish to remind residents that they have less than a week left to file their income tax.

AACS website gets update

by Stefanie Wessell

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – Visitors to the Ashtabula Area City Schools website lately likely have noticed some changes.

Board of Elections hearing for councilman postponed

by By ROBERT LEBZELTER

JEFFERSON – Ward 3 Ashtabula Councilman Reginald Holman asked for a continuance of his hearing March 14 before the Board of Elections over allegations he filed petitions giving a false address when ran for office.

Honor students learn robotics

by By ROBERT LEBZELTER

JEFFERSON – Honors students at Jefferson Junior High School are busy the final class daily creating their own “Star Wars” robots or their own vacuum cleaner or their own games, complete with “most annoying sounds.”

Hawkins doesn't take Ward 3 post

by ROBERT LEBZELTER

ASHTABULA –  Ashtabula’s Democratic precinct committee will try again to fill the elusive Ward 3 council seat in Ashtabula.