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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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Dennis Lyons will expand his responsibilities to oversee CNHI Pennsylvania newspapers in Meadville, New Castle and Sharon, and Ashtabula, Ohio. Lyons currently serves as editor of the Sunbury Daily Item and Danville News in Pennsylvania.
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