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Being a stunt person takes hard work

MADISON VILLAGE – Northeast Ohio may not be a movie capital, but it does have its own movie connection with Richard Fike and Stunt Predators USA and SFX.

Lake County Genealogical Society

PAINESVILLE - Have you wanted to learn how to research and find your ancestors and create your family tree? Join the Lake County Genealogical Society to share stories of successes in research, learn more about Lake County history and the surrounding areas, and learn how and where to conduct genealogical research from society members and local genealogy experts.

Book launch event to benefit charity

Mentor – It’s uncommon for authors to release their book at an event to benefit others. Yet, it is consistent with the approach Pat Perry has taken to build a successful business and a career spanning 40 years.

Attention community groups and pizza restaurants

MADISON - Help out a group or organization, help out the Madison Food Center, and eat pizza, too, at Madison Public Library. On Wednesday, Oct. 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Madison Public Library is hosting the fourth annual Community Group Expo and the third annual Madison Pizza Cook-Off.

Spartans start season 4-0

CONNEAUT - The Conneaut Spartans girls’ soccer team continued their impressive start to the season with a win over Sharpsville.

Warriors win late over Falcons

ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – The county rivalry game between the Edgewood Warriors and Jefferson Falcons on Friday, Aug. 31 came down to the final seconds.

Andover Village Mayor French issues a proclamation for Constitution Week

 ANDOVER – As a way of helping others remember Constitution Week, Venie Hinson, on behalf of local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution received a proclamation from the Village of Andover through Mayor Buddy French on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Andover Public Library. (From Sept. 21 edition).

Historic preservation not within Mentor council’s purview

MENTOR – Mentor City Council feels any attempt to mandate historic preservation would violate a property owner’s right to use land as they desire as long as it meets city planning and zoning regulations. That was Council’s unanimous decision based on an informal poll taken at a Sept. 18 work session.

Mustangs continue to roll

ORWELL – The Grand Valley Mustangs improved to 2-0 on the season with a win over the Berkshire Badgers.

Local leaders discuss STEM collaboration through Andover Public Library

ANDOVER – Several local leaders, businesses and area residents joined together on Saturday, Sept. 15 to discuss the idea of collaboration on STEM efforts through a NASA at My Library grant that Andover Public Library has received and wants to utilize well within the community.(From Sept. 21 edition).

Andover Village Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation has multiple services

ANDOVER - The Andover Village Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation has been serving its residents for over 35 years. The owner and staff continue to offer multiple health relates services including dialysis provided by DaVita Dialysis Center, which is attached by a hallway. (From Sept. 21 edition).

Andover UMC invites locals to attend this year’s Women’s Day event

 ANDOVER – With all the separations and heartbreak in the world today several women from Andover UMC are choosing to take on a different approach by once again hosting a free Women’s Day event for any ladies in the community this weekend on Saturday, Sept. 22.(From Sept. 21 edition).

Update on new voting machines provided

LAKE COUNTY - Commissioner Dan Troy, who was named to the state Voting Machine Acquisition Advisory Board, reported on the previous week’s meeting.

Rebels edge Warriors

ASHTABULA – The Edgewood Warriors girls’ soccer team was unable to hold off the Crestview Rebels in a recent All-American Conference contest. 

Lake County begins launch of new Volunteer Guardian Program

LAKE COUNTY – Lake County is proud to announce the formation of a new Volunteer Guardian Program, a partnership between the Lake County Probate Court and Lifeline, Inc. The program is made possible with the help of several funding sources including the Lake County Senior Services Levy, Lake Health, the Lake County ADAMHS Board and Lifeline.

Trustees get blame for condition of county roads

PERRY TOWNSHIP – While Perry Village had acquired funds and repaired the southern portion of Center Road couple years ago, the northern section, from about the Perry Township Administration Building, remains in poor condition.