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The covered bridges of Ashtabula County: Every one has a story (slideshow)
Ashtabula County has an extraordinary quality that no other county in Ohio can claim: Covered bridges -- in fact, covered bridges galore. There are 18 covered bridges over rivers, streams and creeks throughout the county. Some bridges are more than 150 ... The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com [ story ]

Geneva rallies, but North pulls away for PAC win
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Friday night's game between Geneva and North had all the makings for a climatic finish, as the Eagles had put up a pair of second-half touchdowns to cut what was a 21-0 deficit to 21-13 with 6 minutes to go in the fourth ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Archery season tests patience, planning
That hunting tradition continues this week in both Ohio and Michigan, with the opening of the archery seasons for white-tailed deer. It is an endeavor where patience and planning are often rewarded. Archery hunters will often spend many early mornings ... Toledo Blade [ story ]

Grape farmers count heavy loss of vines from polar vortex
Winchell said the uncertainty hasn't left a worrisome impression on Ohio's wine grape growers, which continue to welcome new vineyards — most recently Hundley Cellars in Harpersfield Township opening nearly a month ago. Leonard Blackie, another wine ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Historic Unionville Tavern restoration effort underway
Heather Patriarca of Perry Township cuts down old shubbery as part of the Unionville Tavern Community Clean-up Day, October 4, 2014. A number of volunteers participated in the event which was sponsored by Master Gardeners of Lake County and Master ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Grapettes to host open ball Nov. 1 at Spire
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Rhinestones and royalty, masks and mystery - the Geneva Miss Grapettes and their courts will host The Miss Grapette Masquerade Ball on Nov. ... Jeppe said more than 200 Ohio festival queens have been invited to the ball. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Geneva notes discovery of old water system
The system will stretch from Greenridge to Old Orchard Drive and will serve the Geneva and Harpersfield Joint Economic Development District (JEDD III). The JEDD III grant to design the system is for $100,00, of which Geneva and Harpersfield will match ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Madison Village tattoo artists broadening scope of their art
That's included hosting visiting artists at their shop on 9 N. Lake St., commissioning logo designs for local companies like Hearn Plumbing and Heating in Madison Village and Red Eagle Distillery in Harpersfield Township, and hosting art workshops at ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Grape Jamboree packs in huge crowds on Sunday finale
That brought people out from northeastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and actually, all around the country”. Johnson ... Sue Smith of Harpersfield said she has been coming to the Jamboree to watch the parade and enjoy the food and activities for five years. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Senator visits wine country to assess polar vortex damage
The combination round table and panel discussion was held at Windows on Pairings Wine and Culinary Experience and was hosted by Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association . Brown, who came to the county to listen to ... Insurance News Net [ story ]

The covered bridges of Ashtabula County: Every one has a story (slideshow)
Ashtabula County has an extraordinary quality that no other county in Ohio can claim: Covered bridges -- in fact, covered bridges galore. There are 18 covered bridges over rivers, streams and creeks throughout the county. Some bridges are more than 150 ... The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com [ story ]

Geneva rallies, but North pulls away for PAC win
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Friday night's game between Geneva and North had all the makings for a climatic finish, as the Eagles had put up a pair of second-half touchdowns to cut what was a 21-0 deficit to 21-13 with 6 minutes to go in the fourth ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Archery season tests patience, planning
That hunting tradition continues this week in both Ohio and Michigan, with the opening of the archery seasons for white-tailed deer. It is an endeavor where patience and planning are often rewarded. Archery hunters will often spend many early mornings ... Toledo Blade [ story ]

Grape farmers count heavy loss of vines from polar vortex
Winchell said the uncertainty hasn't left a worrisome impression on Ohio's wine grape growers, which continue to welcome new vineyards — most recently Hundley Cellars in Harpersfield Township opening nearly a month ago. Leonard Blackie, another wine ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Historic Unionville Tavern restoration effort underway
Heather Patriarca of Perry Township cuts down old shubbery as part of the Unionville Tavern Community Clean-up Day, October 4, 2014. A number of volunteers participated in the event which was sponsored by Master Gardeners of Lake County and Master ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Grapettes to host open ball Nov. 1 at Spire
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Rhinestones and royalty, masks and mystery - the Geneva Miss Grapettes and their courts will host The Miss Grapette Masquerade Ball on Nov. ... Jeppe said more than 200 Ohio festival queens have been invited to the ball. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Geneva notes discovery of old water system
The system will stretch from Greenridge to Old Orchard Drive and will serve the Geneva and Harpersfield Joint Economic Development District (JEDD III). The JEDD III grant to design the system is for $100,00, of which Geneva and Harpersfield will match ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Madison Village tattoo artists broadening scope of their art
That's included hosting visiting artists at their shop on 9 N. Lake St., commissioning logo designs for local companies like Hearn Plumbing and Heating in Madison Village and Red Eagle Distillery in Harpersfield Township, and hosting art workshops at ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Grape Jamboree packs in huge crowds on Sunday finale
That brought people out from northeastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and actually, all around the country”. Johnson ... Sue Smith of Harpersfield said she has been coming to the Jamboree to watch the parade and enjoy the food and activities for five years. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Senator visits wine country to assess polar vortex damage
The combination round table and panel discussion was held at Windows on Pairings Wine and Culinary Experience and was hosted by Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association . Brown, who came to the county to listen to ... Insurance News Net [ story ]

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