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PC Mayor visits Coffee with the Editor

On Wednesday, August 27, Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone came to address questions from area residents at The Beacon’s weekly Coffee with the Editor. Port Clinton Police Chief Rob Hickman, Main Street Port Clinton members, downtown business owners and Marblehead, Catawba and Port Clinton residents also attended the open town…
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FOPA casino bus trip September 7

The Fraternal Order of Police Associates Lodge #34 is hosting a casino bus trip on Sunday, September 7. The bus will depart from Port Clinton City Hall parking lot at 10 a.m. for Horseshoe Casino Cleveland. Tickets are $40 and include $25 free play upon arrival at the casino. We…
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PCHS Looking For Alumni Band Members For September 26

Pictured from the 2013 Alumni Band night are Amy Magi, Sonya Culp Zimmerman and Carol Streeter Fox. Port Clinton High School Marching Band Alumni are invited to dust off their horn and join in the fun of the Annual Alumni Band Night. The Alumni Band will perform with the PCHS…
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WSOS now enrolling preschoolers

With a new school year approaching, applications for children birth to four years old are now being accepted at each of the nine preschool centers operated by WSOS. The centers are located in Genoa, Port Clinton, Fremont, Clyde, Bowling Green, Perrysburg/Rossford, Bascom, Fostoria and Pemberville. Options available to parents who…
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Marblehead Peninsula Chamber donates back to the community

Photo by John Kozak Marblehead Mayor Jacqueline A. Bird ceremoniously cuts the ribbon in a ceremony held Thursday, August 14, to unveil one of four new trash containers donated to the Village by the Marblehead Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. The containers were purchased from one of Marblehead’s newest businesses and…
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