“Every time you stuck your hand out the door, somebody shot at it. I didn’t get out of there until the next day. It was a pretty tough time.”
Clingan Jackson, longtime Vindicator reporter and political writer, describing his coverage of the Little Steel Strike of 1937. The confrontation pitted thousands of steelworkers in the Midwest against the so-called Little Steel companies.
“We want to make sure that the people we’re transporting — that we’re putting them in a safe vehicle. We want to reassure our families and the people of the community that what we’re transporting their loved ones in is a safe vehicle.”
Michelle Evans, director of Levy Gardens. State inspectors regularly appear at the Canfield Fairgrounds to conduct safety inspections of church, nursing home, tour and nonprofit organization buses by appointment.
“There seems to be somewhat of a hype around the stock offering.”
Analyst Brian Blau, of the Gartner technology research group, providing an understated take on Facebook’s IPO, which has dominated media coverage in the weeks leading up to a stock sale valuing the company at $104 billion.