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Stories published January 2, 2007

Warren income tax collection

WARREN — Warren earned $2.6 million more in income taxes than predicted in 2006, making last

New water tank planned in Boardman

YOUNGSTOWN —  City council will consider legislation todaywed to have the board of

Richard Alberini remembered

HOWLAND — Alberini’s Restaurant in Niles, long known for its fine food and wines, will

2006: Warm and wet in the Valley

YOUNGSTOWN —  This past year was one of the warmest and wettest in recorded Mahoning

Logan tapped for state cabinet

COLUMBUS — Columbiana County Commissioner Sean Logan has accepted a Cabinet-level position in

AG Dann appoints YPD officer, former newsman to posts

BOARDMAN — Atty. Gen.-elect Marc Dann announced today the appointment of Youngstown Detective

Minty fresh approach: Wrigley develops 3 new Altoids flavors

CHICAGO TRIBUNE Hoping to diversify its gum and candy business, the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. tried

Employee ownership

Employee ownership Ohio has 13 companies that have more than 10,000 participants in employee-

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Flat-panel companies rely on gas from U.S.

The toxic gas is used as an industrial cleansing agent in producing flat-panel items. PHILADELPHIA

Museum mixes new creations, masterpieces

The glass curator said the museum gives the appearance that 'you're looking through air.' TOLEDO

Frozen-food mogul just can't say quit

SANFORD, Fla. (AP) -- Jeno Paulucci may not know much, but he does know food. He sees the world

Business News Digest

NATION Poll: Companies focus on marketing strategies NEW YORK -- Companies are responding to


Facts about the Toledo Museum of Art's new Glass Pavilion: Cost: 30 million. Size: 76,000