Debbie Burlingame honored as Jefferson Citizen of the Year

by Stefanie Wessell

JEFFERSON - Although the calendar reads April, snow was on the ground as the Jefferson Area Chamber of Commerce presented its Citizen of the Year award on Tuesday, April 17, at the Jefferson Community Center.
The Chamber presented the award to Debbie Burlingame.

Hosken wants back on council

by Robert Lebzelter

JEFFERSON – Kristy Hosken has written a letter of interest stating she believes she should be returned as Ward 3 Ashtabula city councilor.

Reservations open for Dining for the Arts Kickoff Party

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ASHTABULA - The Ashtabula Arts Center is taking reservations for the 2018 Dining for the Arts Kickoff Party, which will be held at the Arts Center on Saturday, May 5, from 6-9 p.m. The Kickoff Party launches the annual fundraising series of dinners, cocktail parties, and wine tastings hosted by Arts Center supporters in their homes and at local restaurants. Guests will have the opportunity to sign up during the course of the evening to attend these events, which feature a wide array of settings, menus, and sizes.

Find summer work through GOTL Job Fair

by Stefanie Wessell

GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE – With the tourism season approaching, the Geneva-on-the-Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau will be hosting a job fair on Saturday, April 21.

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.