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    So much land to explore, so little time. The Ashtabula County Metroparks, long the county’s best-kept secret, is rapidly becoming the county’s best and most [...]
  • The singing executive director

    Melissa Harvey is away from her Ashtabula County Land Bank desk on a Sunday afternoon in early April. Foreclosure sales, the NIP and demolitions are far from her mind as she [...]
  • The Boat Book and Behemoth

    Long ago, 35 years, to be exact, Sheriff William Johnson worked on the A&B Dock. Johnson, who has been Ashtabula County Sheriff for 26 years, was a Hulett operator. [...]
  • A sign with a story

    As far as signs go, this one is very basic, downright prosaic. Painted on a piece of wood, it does not glow. It does not blink. It just hangs there, although for several [...]
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The singing executive director

Melissa Harvey is away from her Ashtabula County Land Bank desk on a Sunday afternoon in early April. Foreclosure sales, the NIP and demolitions are far from her mind as she [...]

About the Ashtabula Wave

Launched in January 2014 as a newsletter, The Ashtabula Wave has evolved into a online magazine devoted to Placemaking in Ashtabula County. We highlight the people, places and events that make Ashtabula County a one the best places in the Midwest. The effort is supported by the Civic Development Corporation of Ashtabula County, Ashtabula County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners. We welcome your feedback via email or by commenting on our stories.

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