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Ashtabula

(ăsh'təbyo͞o`lə), city (1990 pop. 21,633), Ashtabula co., NE Ohio, on Lake Erie at the mouth of the Ashtabula River; settled c.1801 by New Englanders, inc. as a village 1831, as a city 1891. It is a port of entry on the St. Lawrence Seaway, handling iron ore and coal. Ashtabula manufactures transportation equipment, chemicals, plastics, and fiberglass products. There is tourism, and a campus of Kent State Univ. is in the city.
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Chromaflo Technologies, with headquarters in Ashtabula, Ohio, supplies tints and colorants to the architectural, automotive refinish, industrial, and protective and marine coatings businesses in North America, South America, Asia Pacific and Europe.
with nine full-service branches, USD397m in loans and USD467m in deposits in the Greater Columbus, Ohio region; and the company had received all regulatory approvals necessary to complete the acquisition of 13 FirstMerit branches in Canton and Ashtabula, Ohio.
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Headquartered in Ashtabula, Ohio, Chromaflo supplies colorant systems, chemical and pigment dispersions.
The chain should have a plan in place for branding all of the stores by the end of 2015, starting with the Busy Beaver store in Ashtabula, Ohio, he says.
In one of these, in Ashtabula, Ohio, Velocys will be the plant owner and operator, and in two others Velocys will be the technology-supplier.
He and his wife, Christine, and their 14 year old daughter live in Ashtabula, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland.
Publishers: At Community Newspaper Holdings' Cumberland Times-News in Maryland, Robin Quillon has been named publisher; he remains manager of CNHI's Allegheny Division (Pennsylvania's Meadville Tribune, the Star Beacon in Ashtabula, Ohio, et al.
Caruthers' home harbor is Ashtabula, Ohio, positioning him in the middle of Central Basin Lake Erie, loosely defined as the lake between Cleveland, Ohio, and Erie, Pennsylvania.
According to Taisha Ramirez's family, the 10th grader at Lakeside High School in Ashtabula, Ohio, was pregnant, already planning on going to college, and had sent out cards for her baby shower which was to take place June 7.
William Bradler, of Ashtabula, Ohio, joined the Navy in 1959 and served as a machinist on the Intrepid in 1960-61.
Witnesses say Reshad Riddle, 25, killed his father, Richard Riddle, 52, with a single shot from a handgun just outside the Hiawatha Church of God in Christ in Ashtabula, Ohio.