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Harpersfield OH News Stories

Annual Harpersfield Township Ruritan Clambake celebrates 25th year
Ohio State Representative John Patterson was at the event — not for a speech, but to support the Ruritans' scholarship efforts. “I'm here to support the Ruritans,” he said. “They are so supportive of Harpersfield.” Bill Jarrie of Newcastle ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Grant to pay for Harpersfield to replace signs
HARPERSFIELD — The township is taking advantage of a state grant program to update and upgrade all its traffic signs. Each year the Ohio Township Safety Sign Grant program makes $1 million available in funding to 100 townships to upgrade their signs. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Collection for Puerto Rico goes 'far beyond expectations'
Ashtabula County residents with family and friends in Puerto Rico can be proud of the Samaritan House of Ashtabula and HOLA Ohio's efforts to get needed supplies to the hurricane battered island. Samaritan House in Ashtabula and HOLA Ohio in ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Grand River Valley wineries, vineyards expecting busy fall
Doniella Winchell, founder and director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, said wine tourism “is up substantially this year” in the Grand River Valley. Based on data received from area wineries, hotels and related businesses, Winchell placed the ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Ashtabula County tourism on an upswing
According to the park's website, fishing from a boat requires a fishing license from either Ohio or Pennsylvania. Fishing on the bank along the Ohio side requires a license from Ohio, and a Pennsylvania fishing license is required for fishing along the ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Spire makes first payment on tax bill
JEFFERSON — Spire Institute CEO Ron Clutter on Friday morning made the first of several annual payments toward back and future taxes on the Harpersfield Township athletic facility to the county treasurer. New state legislation that would allow Spire ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Spire hosts two-day Operation: PART conference
Dr. Bruce Perry, senior fellow of the nonprofit ChildTrauma Academy, speaks to a roomful of county officials and social workers during an all-day workshop on addiction and behavioral development Thursday at Spire Institute in Harpersfield Township. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Time capsule excavated after 36 years
John Spiesman, a sixth grade teacher at Cork Elementary School in 1981 and two of his students, Diana Kananen Byrne (center) and Amy Hall-Hamrick (right) review items removed from a "time capsule" in Harpersfield Township on Friday morning. Spiesman's ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

This year's heat wave has been good for the local grape harvest
Tons of grapes in the Grand River Valley wine region are being harvested right now, and the recent heat wave has helped improve quality. Grape growers at Debonne Vineyards in Madison Township, and Ferrante Winery and Ristorante and South River ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Sill breaks school mark
HARPERSFIELD — Krista Blake's remembers setting the record for goals scored while she played at Geneva from 2006-08. She also remembers the 8-year-old girl who told ... “Oh, my goodness,” exclaimed Blake. “Her leg is like a rocket.” The Rocket was on ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Annual Harpersfield Township Ruritan Clambake celebrates 25th year
Ohio State Representative John Patterson was at the event — not for a speech, but to support the Ruritans' scholarship efforts. “I'm here to support the Ruritans,” he said. “They are so supportive of Harpersfield.” Bill Jarrie of Newcastle ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Grant to pay for Harpersfield to replace signs
HARPERSFIELD — The township is taking advantage of a state grant program to update and upgrade all its traffic signs. Each year the Ohio Township Safety Sign Grant program makes $1 million available in funding to 100 townships to upgrade their signs. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Collection for Puerto Rico goes 'far beyond expectations'
Ashtabula County residents with family and friends in Puerto Rico can be proud of the Samaritan House of Ashtabula and HOLA Ohio's efforts to get needed supplies to the hurricane battered island. Samaritan House in Ashtabula and HOLA Ohio in ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Grand River Valley wineries, vineyards expecting busy fall
Doniella Winchell, founder and director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, said wine tourism “is up substantially this year” in the Grand River Valley. Based on data received from area wineries, hotels and related businesses, Winchell placed the ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Ashtabula County tourism on an upswing
According to the park's website, fishing from a boat requires a fishing license from either Ohio or Pennsylvania. Fishing on the bank along the Ohio side requires a license from Ohio, and a Pennsylvania fishing license is required for fishing along the ... News-Herald.com [ story ]

Spire makes first payment on tax bill
JEFFERSON — Spire Institute CEO Ron Clutter on Friday morning made the first of several annual payments toward back and future taxes on the Harpersfield Township athletic facility to the county treasurer. New state legislation that would allow Spire ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Spire hosts two-day Operation: PART conference
Dr. Bruce Perry, senior fellow of the nonprofit ChildTrauma Academy, speaks to a roomful of county officials and social workers during an all-day workshop on addiction and behavioral development Thursday at Spire Institute in Harpersfield Township. The Star Beacon [ story ]

Time capsule excavated after 36 years
John Spiesman, a sixth grade teacher at Cork Elementary School in 1981 and two of his students, Diana Kananen Byrne (center) and Amy Hall-Hamrick (right) review items removed from a "time capsule" in Harpersfield Township on Friday morning. Spiesman's ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

This year's heat wave has been good for the local grape harvest
Tons of grapes in the Grand River Valley wine region are being harvested right now, and the recent heat wave has helped improve quality. Grape growers at Debonne Vineyards in Madison Township, and Ferrante Winery and Ristorante and South River ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

Sill breaks school mark
HARPERSFIELD — Krista Blake's remembers setting the record for goals scored while she played at Geneva from 2006-08. She also remembers the 8-year-old girl who told ... “Oh, my goodness,” exclaimed Blake. “Her leg is like a rocket.” The Rocket was on ... The Star Beacon [ story ]

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