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Duane McMillionMarch 23, 2019 by Dale Sparks (Register to contact)
It is with a heavy heart to let you know that a former classmate has passed away. Duane McMillion, Class of 1972, Passed away on Monday, March 18th, 2019 in Ashtabula, Ohio. Duane was 64 years old. Rest In Peace Duane McMillion.
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ASHTABULA — For decades prior to 2001, there was talk of combining Harbor and Ashtabula high schools, but the idea never came to fruition until ...
One of Ashtabula's first African-American teachers to celebrate birthday Sunday The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — She's almost 77, but Emma Dismuke is still passionate about helping Ashtabula Area City School children.
Ashtabula grad Bunch returns to county for camp June 22 The Star Beacon
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — For the seventh year, Jarrod Bunch is coming back to the county to hold a football camp for youth players, in partnership with ...
Students learn in many ways | Local News The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — Drums were just one way of communicating Friday for more than two dozen high school seniors seeking to broaden their horizons and meet ...
Ashtabula Area City Schools hires permanent superintendent | Local News The Star Beacon
SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — Ashtabula Area City School District has named its permanent superintendent.
Bunch football camp to take place June 16 at SPIRE The Star Beacon
Jarrod Bunch will bring his football camp to the county June 16.
Ashtabula/Harbor/Lakeside Alumni Association will induct six The Star Beacon
SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — The Ashtabula/Harbor/Lakeside Alumni Association will induct six new members to its hall of fame, three each from Ashtabula and ...
Hall of Fame to induct new members The Star Beacon
Nine champions of the cinders will be inducted into the Ashtabula County Cross Country and Track & Field Hall of Fame on May 27 at SPIRE Institute.
Richard Kister Villages-News
Richard L. Kister passed away in his home on April 23, 2019 in The Villages, FL. Mr. Kister was born on December 14, 1940 in Ashtabula, OH to George and ...
Eastside Melts opens on West Avenue in Ashtabula The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — “Very meaty, very cheesy” — that's how the co-owner of a new restaurant in town describes the menu.
Ashtabula graduate and former NFL player Bunch returns for camp The Star Beacon
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP – For the last four years, Jarrod Bunch has returned to Ashtabula County for his FUNdamentals Camp.
Ashtabula BOE hires two new administrators The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — Two new administrators were hired during a special meeting Monday night, garnering unanimous approval by the Ashtabula Area City Schools ...
Students get up-close look at a day in health care at KSUA The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — High school students had a hands-on learning experience walking a patient from injury through rehabilitation Friday at Kent State University ...
Murphy commended for her efforts in creating Ashtabula Dog Park, construction of pergola The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — Animal lovers, city and county officials and friends gathered on Sunday to honor Marlene Murphy for her efforts to make life better for pets and ...
Ashtabula alumnus, former NFL player Bunch hosts football camp The Star Beacon
SAYBROOK — Before Jarrod Bunch ever played for the University of Michigan or was a first round draft pick of the New York Giants, he was a kid growing up.
Bula woman remembers music career | Local News The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — The 1960s and '70s were a time of intense musical experimentation and cultural change throughout the United States.
Brookfield hires new fire chief | News Sharonherald
BROOKFIELD. TOWNSHIP – Township trustees have chosen a fire chief from South Carolina, but he'll be returning home to northeast Ohio. Trustees ...
Ducro's an Ashtabula staple for more than 150 years The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — The Ducro family has owned and operated funeral services in Ashtabula for more than 150 years, one of the oldest businesses in the city.
Racing runs in the Whetro family The Star Beacon
AUSTINBURG TOWNSHIP — Amari Whetro and her family were in Ashtabula County this weekend for a function.
Three judges look to new lives after decades on bench The Star Beacon
JEFFERSON — Eighty years of experience will leave the Ashtabula County judicial system when three long-time area judges retire in the next two months.
S&B Floor Covering owner celebrates 31 years in business downtown The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — S&B Floor Covering features one of the largest selections of carpet, tile, hardwood and vinyl in northeast Ohio.
Always a Panther at heart | Local Sports The Star Beacon
Glenn Farello grew up following a team with a black-and-gold color scheme and the Panther as a mascot.
Burgers and more Cliffhangers opens at Fraternal Order of Eagles The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — It's being called the best kept secret at the Eagles.
Ross Tittle surrounded by family and friends for 100th birthday The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — A much-loved great-grandfather who says he never thought he'd live to see 100 celebrated the milestone with family and friends Thursday ...
Edmund Fitzgerald sank 38 years ago today with two Ashtabula men aboard The Star Beacon
Thirty-eight years ago, the Edmund Fitzgerald sank in a Lake Superior storm in 1975, along with its entire crew of 29, including two young men from Ashtabula.
Family torn apart comes together | Local News The Star Beacon
ASHTABULA — For many in Ashtabula, what happened in the McEndree family's home last month is difficult to believe.
BEAT OF HIS OWN DRUM Lakeside graduate is right at home as timpanist with Baltimore Symphony Symphony The Star Beacon
It was a Tuesday morning in Baltimore not unlike many days here in Ashtabula County this past winter. The weather was the story of the day. Talk of wind chill,
Three candidates vie for muncipal judge The Star Beacon
Three candidates are only a week away from knowing who will win the judgeship in Ashtabula Municipal Court.
Back in the pool | Local Sports The Star Beacon
HARPERSFIELD — Shirley Washut spent the afternoon in the bleachers above the Olympic size pool at the Spire Institute Saturday. She was there to watch her ...
#TBT Throwback Thursday: Some of your WTAE anchors, reporters as high school athletes WTAE Pittsburgh
Go back in time to high school with some of Pittsburgh's Action News 4 anchors, meteorologists, and reporters when they played high school sports...
Cleveland Institute of Music's New CEO Sees His Role as the Standard-Bearer of Excellence WKSU News
The Cleveland Institute of Music is under new leadership. In today's State of the Arts, WKSU's Vivian Goodman reports that the new president hopes to.
Celebrities who love the Reds Cincinnati.com
What do George Clooney, Andy Roddick and Charlie Sheen have in common? They all love the Reds, of course.
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