The Ashtabula County Health Department to meet electronically on March 31

The Ashtabula County Health Department to meet electronically on March 31

The Ashtabula County Health Department will hold its annual Health District Advisory Council Meeting electronically on Tuesday, March 31, at 7 p.m. This meeting will be held electronically due to COVID 19 and the Governor’s Order.
The phone number to attend this electronic meeting is 1-646-749-3122. When asked, please use access code 734-700-661.

Commissioner column: Thankful for our community

I love Ashtabula County and what I love about it the most is the people.  Every day I find a person to be thankful for in our community.  Sometimes it may be the same person on different days, but the efforts put forth by residents of our county purely and unselfishly for the benefit of others never ceases to astound me. 

Governor DeWine unveils STRONG Ohio Bill

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine on Monday unveiled a series of legislative proposals to better protect Ohio citizens and law enforcement officers from those with a propensity toward violence and to provide help to individuals who are a danger to themselves or others.

CEAAC Task Force, Ashtabula Police Department serve search warrants

ASHTABULA - During the early hours of Wednesday morning, Jan. 29, the Crime Enforcement Agency of Ashtabula County (CEAAC) Task Force and the Ashtabula Police Department served search warrants issued through Ashtabula Municipal Court Judge Laura DiGiacomo at two addresses in City of Ashtabula.

Educate and Create County Auditor GIS Education Session to be held

KINGSVILLE — The Kingsville Public Library will be hosting Ashtabula County David Thomas for its Educate and Create evening on Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 5:30 p.m. The session will consist of a presentation on Ashtabula County’s GIS (Geographic Information System) and how residents can utilize this tool.

Governor DeWine signs SB 57, which decriminalizes hemp

COLUMBUS, Ohio — On Tuesday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 57, which directs the Ohio Department of Agriculture to draft rules to regulate the licensing and processing of hemp, and which, consistent with the 2018 federal Farm Bill, removes hemp from the controlled substances list.