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  • Two repeat DUI offenders ordered to stand with posters

    Two repeat DUI offenders ordered to stand with posters

    AshtabulaCurrent ASHTABULA_ Repeat Driving under the Influence offenders Jeffrey Yenyo, 48, of Geneva, (charged seven times) and Marcus J. Perry, 54, of Ashtabula, (charged two times) were sentenced to some public exposure by Ashtabula Municipal Judge Laura DiGiacomo. DiaGiacomo ordered Yenyo and Perry to stand holding anti-DUI posters on a corner at the intersection of [&hellip...

  • Meyer talks vacation and being in a Ohio State of mind

    Meyer talks vacation and being in a Ohio State of mind

    AshtabulaCurrent Bob Ettinger Sports Editor HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP_Urban Meyer is feeling good about his home state these days. With his Ohio State University football team having claimed the first College Football Playoff Championship, the Cleveland Cavaliers taking the Golden State Warriors to six games in the NBA finals and the general state of affairs, he’s feeling [&hellip...

  • Meyer and Hood bring their championship ways back home

    Meyer and Hood bring their championship ways back home

    AshtabulaCurrent Bob Ettinger Sports Editor HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP_ As St. John graduate Urban Meyer was leading his Ohio State University football team to the College Football Playoff National Championship with successive wins over Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon with his third-string quarterback, an old friend was following at home, biting his nails with the rest of Buckeye [&hellip...

  • Employee costs to Monroe Township dominate June 23 meeting

    Employee costs to Monroe Township dominate June 23 meeting

    AshtabulaCurrent William A. West MONROE TOWNSHIP_The Monroe Township Trustees meeting Tuesday, June 23 began with a moment of silence, the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance and roll call. Trustees Roger Sherman, John Griggs, Ed Kirch and Fiscal Officer Clarissa Murtha were present. The trustees approved the minutes and moved on the dealing with old [&hellip...

  • Two women file lawsuit against local school district and newspaper

    Two women file lawsuit against local school district and newspaper

    AshtabulaCurrent William A. West JEFFERSON_Two former Jefferson Area Local High School female athletes have filed a civil lawsuit against former Star Beacon Sports Editor and Jefferson Falcons coach Donald M. McCormack. McCormack was an assistant varsity girls basketball coach, junior varsity girls basketball coach and softball coach. McCormack was coaching the softball team in 2014 [&hellip...

  • Step back in time on the Pinta and Nina

    Jun 26, 15 • Featured, UncategorizedNo Comments
    Step back in time on the Pinta and Nina

    AshtabulaCurrent ASHTABULA_The Nina and Pinta are open for self-guided tours 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The ships are scheduled to leave port early Monday morning. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $6 for children ages 5-16. Kids age four and under are free. No reservations are needed and tickets may be [&hellip...