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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Ashtabula, Ohio
Breaking the chair Clos silence Ruth Graham s ministry focuses on the elephants in the Church world Page b1 a Page a jobless ranks hit 10 million most in 25 years a p4gea4 a running on fumes pm could soon run out of Cash a Page 44 a catch a the playoff football action with thestain 97j sports team tonight Mentor is. Strongsville 6 30 . Pre game 7 00 . Kick off saturday november 8, nation a Obama promises action on Economy getting a family dog Isnit easy Page a3 a son Billy grahams work with presidents is ending Page As deaths Curtis Shirley a. Dolgosh Ethel Goodwin Diane m. Kelley Blaine r. Kilfoil Florence p. Loy Drema g. Presutti Catherine e. Saari Raymond f. Turner Robert l or. A pagea6 Index business. .d4 classifieds. Al comics. B2, b3 currents. .b1 entertainment.c8 horoscopes .c7 puzzled. .07 sports. Cd weather destinations 440-576-Home . Showers details Page a2 High 48 Low 39 Sunrise 7 04 . Sunset 5 09 . Holiday open House Flowers on the Avenue 11/7 amp 8 for sat 9-5 goodies House Sale 4300 Rogers Ash magical delights show. Sat / Sun. The Silver Branch to have the Star Beacon delivered to your House 994-3242 Call 97113 59510 Beacon newsstand / 50 cents a Home delivery / 40 cents Send us your answer to this weeks question with the season slipping away and a record of 3-6, should Cleveland Browns fire their head coach Romeo Crennel if so who would be a Good replacement swat team deployed Bill West / Star Beacon Ashtabula county sheriff s deputies move in As the swat team attempts to enter a room Friday at the Kingsville Motel on route 193 in Kingsville. A. Suspect found dead in Kingsville Motel room by Mark Todd staff writer Todd @ Sta Beacon. Com Kingsville township a a Man wanted by Pennsylvania state police on numerous felony warrants was found dead in a Kingsville Motel room Friday morning authorities said. John Duralia 46, who had spent the past week at the Kingsville Motel on route 193 near interstate 90, died from a self inflicted shot fired from a handgun said Richard Mongell chief investigator for the Ashtabula county coroners office. The county a special weapons and tactics team entered the room shortly after 10 30 . And found Duralia inside according to reports. The incident began around 8 ., when pop contacted the Ashtabula county sheriffs department after learning Duralia was at the Motel. Learning that Duralia was wanted on felony charges and possibly armed the department mobilized the swat team said sheriff William Johnson. When nobody in the room answered knocks on the door or phone Calls to the room the decision was made to enter it by Force. A swat member broke a window and officers peering inside glimpsed Duralia a body. See swat Page a8 police Union files complaint against Severino Cantagallo to retain outside counsel to defend councilwoman. By Shelley Terry staff writer starry @ Sta Beacon. Com Ashtabula a the City manager plans to hire an outside attorney to fight a complaint filed monday against a City councilwoman according to a memo sent thursday to the Council president. Earlier this year however City Council passed a motion stating it did not want the City manager to hire outside Legal counsel unless first approved by Council. City manager Anthony Cantagallo Slegal move follows the police department unions complaint against Ward 3 councilwoman Ericka Severino. The fraternal order of police Ohio labor Council charges Severino attempted to intimidate Ashtabula patrol officer Douglas Hollis sept. 6 during a disturbance on Bridge Street. A Ems. Severino made several threats against patrolman Hollis including the threat that there would be layoffs and that he would be the first to go a the complaint stated. Severino was intoxicated according to court documents. Following the Bridge Street incident police forwarded Misdemeanour charges to the City solicitors office. City solicitor Michael Franklin charged Severino with obstruction of Justice and aggravated disorderly conduct according to municipal court records. That a the rub Cantagallo said. A inasmuch As our City solicitor has charged is. Severino see complaint Page a8 City manager stands by his veto of councils Resolution by Shelley Terry staff writer Ashtabula a with the City charter in his hand the City manager pledges he will stand by his veto during a special City Council meeting monday. City Council has scheduled the meeting for 6 . In Council Chambers at City Hall to address City manager Anthony see veto Page a8 our internet specials Are Worth checking out i great lakes Gumc Buick Pind these specials and other deals at
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