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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Ashtabula, Ohio Chuck Todd settled at Abc Banit i % school football results cd a i Ashtabula county animal protective league i. Cleon a a Hart some 6 or. J old Domestic med har siamese Kitty wants to be yours a it Courtesy of not mkt Ford Toyota Hyundai Honda Fri saturday september 12, 2015 Ashtabula Ohio i $1.00 preparing for flu season county health department announces clinic lineup who should get a flu shot 1y Maks Todd Jefferson with the Ach it shivering and sneezing season almost Here the Ashtabula county health department is ready to launch its 2015 influenza immunization clinics. Clinics begin next week at the department 12 w. Jefferson St., and other locations said Chris Kettunen director of nursing. More will debut later this month and october. The state is hoping to rebound from a difficult year with the disease Kettren said. A Ohio was hit pretty hard by the Fiu last year Quot she said. A we had some paediatric deaths due to the across the state More than i too people were hospitalized with influenza last season Kettunen said. The numbers swell when extended to see n.0, a3 according to the Ohio department of health people who fall into the following categories Are urged to get flu vaccine this sea son a pregnant women a children younger than 5, but especially children younger than 2 years old a people 65 years of age and older a people of any age with certain chronic medical conditions a people who live in nursing Homes and other Long term care facilities a people who live with or care for those at High risk for complications from flu including a household contacts and care givers of children younger than 5 years of age with particular emphasis on vaccinating contacts of children younger than 6 months of age children younger than 6 months Are at highest risk of flu related complications but Are too Young to get vaccinated a health care workers a household contacts of persons at High risk for complications from the flu Warren Dillaway j Star Beacon Lee Shaffer of Warren takes pictures of motorcycles parked along the strip during Thunder on the strip on Friday. Thunder on the strip roars into go it by Warren Dillaway Genev Aon the Lake the steady Roar of motorcycle engines was evident Friday afternoon As the Thunder on the strip kicked into High gear. Jim Nadik of Georgetown Pennsylvania said he and his wife Bobbie to have been coming to the event for the last six years be it basically adds another Holiday weekend. It s second Only to the fourth of july Bart Cumberland owner of the Shore store cause of the a a it a like an end of summer Bash Quot Bobbie to said while looking at motorcycles parked at a bar on the strip. With cellphone in hand to take pictures of All the motorcycles parked along the strip Lee Shaffer of Warren said he came to the Thunder on the strip because it was close to Home. The event got off to a Good Start As the thursday afternoon crowd was bigger than the thursday crowd last year officials said. A the weather is perfect and the crowds Are coming Quot Marge Milliken Geneva on the Lake convention see roars a3 officials still looking at arson person of interest surfaces in Conneaut apartment building fire by Mark Todd Moddia Sta Beacon com Conn Lait a a person of interest has surfaced in the investigation into the july 2 fire that heavily damaged a Conneaut apartment building. A we do have information that is leading us to a suspect Quot said Conneaut fire capt. Tim Zee. The Early morning fire caused an estimated s2 50,000 damage to a seven unit building at 418 Harbor St. The building was successfully evacuated and none of the tenants were injured. A dog died in the Blaze. Zee declined to elaborate on the individual in question. However the property owners identified in county records As Arthur and Rae Ann Mccarthy of see arson a3 Epa Asbestos in Conneaut elementary school by Mark Todd Todd g Sta Beacon com Conneaut evidence of Asbestos was discovered in the debris from a Conneaut elementary school demolished late last month according to an Ohio environmental Protection Agency spokeswoman. Work began on Amboy school located on South Amboy Road without the knowledge of the Ohio Epa. Agency regulations require Advance notification to ensure any Asbestos is identified and properly removed before demolition begins. Linda Oros Ohio Epa spokeswoman said demolition prevented the Agency from determining How much mate rial the building might have contained. A Trace amounts of Asbestos were found at the Amboy school demolition site a Oros said in an email message. A because Asbestos was indeed detected and because the site was already being demolished when they were taken there is no Way of knowing whether the few samples taken were a True reflection of the Asbestos Content see Epa a3 got a news tip Call us 440-994-3243 Fry Fox -7 me in. Jim Joel atm Jiff i. Linbi ii or Mihi Tim inc Andover store cloning sat. Salt sufi soft 104 a toned Tom. A wee area Jermaine Ruth trial rescheduled again a2 deaths Allums. Justin p. Or. Andrego Ruth m. Scalise Bradley g. Watts. Roger w. Or. Willis Wilmer i to have the Star Beacon delivered to your House Call 994-3242 outside showers High 66 Low 55 inside business s3 a2 classifieds c8 comics b6 Faith amp values by horoscopes b6 obituaries a6 opinion a4 sports. Cd p. 60th anniversary take a test drive before september 16th and get a Chance to win an All inclusive one week vacation package for two including airfare to Cancun Nassief Ford Hyundai a Toyota 1059 route 46 North Jefferson 1-877-371-5791

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