Car crash triggers blackout in Jefferson Village

by Gabriel McVey

 

JEFFERSON – A van crashed into a utility pole near the intersection of Elm Street and Jefferson Street during the afternoon on Thursday, April 30, causing a power outage that lasted for a little under two hours.

Bagpipes in the time of COVID-19

by General

JEFFERSON - “Have Pipes Will Travel” is the name of Dr. Evan Howe’s Facebook page dedicated to his bagpipe playing, but with the Stay at Home orders in place, he hasn’t been doing much traveling.

Shooting incident leads to precautionary examination of Ashtabula Police officer

by Gabriel McVey

 

ASHTABULA – A self-inflicted gunshot wound near Little Caesar’s Pizza on West Prospect Road – likely accidental – led to a precautionary examination of an Ashtabula Police Department officer responding on the scene, after the officer was spattered with the victim’s blood the evening of Monday, April 27.

Ashtabula County Board of Elections urges voters to turn in ballots as soon as possible

by General

JEFFERSON - The Ashtabula County Board of Elections is urging those who wish to vote in the 2020 Primary Election to turn in their applications to the Board of Elections as soon as possible. Legally, the last day for the BOE to mail out ballots is Saturday, April 25. However, USPS has indicated to BOE officials that mail takes two to five days to deliver.

Glotzbecker BP sold to longtime employee

by General

ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – After over 60 years servicing automobiles for friends and neighbors, Dick and Carol Glotzbecker have decided to retire and sell their neighborhood auto shop to a trusted longtime employee.