Documentary on Ashtabula Train Disaster of 1876 scheduled to film locally

by Lauren Locke

ASHTABULA COUNTY – In hopes of educating the public on the Ashtabula Train Disaster of Dec. 29, 1876, Beacon Productions will be filming a documentary in February and March throughout Ashtabula County and Kinsman (with the help of a PBS-sponsoring station of Erie, Pa.) in order to cover the important piece of history that occurred in Ashtabula County that year.

Commissioner column: A New Year awaits

by Commissioner J.P. Ducro

With the completion of 2018, I look back in reflection on my first two years in office and am excited about the things to come.

Conneaut Creek Ship Repair, part of Rand Logistics, opens in Ashtabula

by Martha Sorohan

ASHTABULA – A former factory on Benefit Avenue is humming once again as Conneaut Creek Ship Repair, marking the second time that a local businessman is attempting to breathe new life into Ashtabula County’s marine community by reopening the doors of a former factory.

PAWsitive changes happening at the APL

by Stefanie Wessell

KINGSVILLE - If you’ve been to the Ashtabula County Protective League on Green Road recently, no doubt you’ve seen the positive changes that have occurred in the past year or so.

Potential Ashtabula facility is subject of EPA hearing

by Stefanie Wessell

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP - The Ohio EPA held a public meeting on Thursday, Dec. 20, to discuss the draft air permit-to-install that, if approved, would allow Petmin Limited to install and operate a pig iron manufacturing facility in the City of Ashtabula.