Sleep Inn & Suites Near I-90 and Ashtabula
9350 Center Rd.
Austinburg, OH 44010
Phone: (440) 275-6800
Fax: (440) 275-3360
Congregational Church of Austinburg is located in Austinburg, Ohio. It was built in 1877 and was designed by John K. Nutting and Betsy Cowles. The church is spread over 1.4 acres (0.57 hectares) and has a Gothic Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 22, 1978.
Promotes and supports local businesses and industries in the Geneva area plus provides relocation information.
Provides information on local city services and local government offices in the Geneva area.
This full service real estate company can help you with all of your purchasing and selling needs and they offer a comprehensive listing of beautiful residential and commercial properties in the Geneva area.
Sunday Morning Worship Services at 8:30 a.m. and 10:25 a.m., and Sunday School at 9:15 a.m.
This full service bank provides a wide range of professional banking services for both personal and commercial banking including checking and savings accounts, bonds, home equity loans, safety deposit boxes, investments, and insurance.
A member of the Gazette Newspapers family, this community newspaper serves the Geneva, Saybrook, and Ashtabula area and provides feature articles on local happenings and events.
A full service, 46 bed, not-for-profit, acute care hospital which has been providing outstanding medical services since 1906. The hospital provides services in over 25 different medical specialties and offers in-patient and out-patient surgery and service, occupational health services, and a 24 hour emergency room.
A full service salon that offers complete hair services for men, women, and children. They are open year round from Tuesday through Saturday.
Provides information on local lodging, dining, shopping, recreation, entertainment, and attractions in the Geneva area.
This recreation park features facilities for the whole family to enjoy including tennis courts, basketball courts, a baseball diamond, and picnic areas.
The Mother of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church is an example of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this church had of 300 artisans working for two years to finish the work of this opulent structure. Each stone that has gone in the making weighs 200 pounds (90 kilograms) each. The church teaches its community to grow in faith and spread the word of God.