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Bank donates $15,000 to YNDC

Bank donates $15,000 to YNDC YOUNGSTOWN Home Savings recently donated $15,000 to the Youngstown


'Forward Youngstown' aimed at reclaiming city's identity

Officials said the region should be remembered for its resilience and resolve rather than its long-gone steel mills.

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Consultant: Getting commercial flights at YNG is 'uphill effort'

Still, the port authority hopes to have a commercial airline agreement in place by year's end.


Ellwood invests $60 million into Hubbard manufacturing facility

The Ellwood Engineered Castings in Hubbard to add jobs with expansion.


CD RATES

CD RATES The table shows the annual percentage yield as of Wednesday. All yields given in percent.


Selected local stocks

Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 42.63-0.49 Aqua America, 2.34


Valley housing sales

Valley housing sales YOUNGSTOWN August housing sales in Mahoning County were up 1.4 percent over


Liberty businesses band together for “Shop Liberty Day”

Belmont Avenue businesses will feel effect of hospital closure, but say they’re here to stay.


Taft Promise Neighborhood job fair is Thursday

There will be 20 employers and career/education training organizations present during the job fair.


Cubbison workers remain on picket line

Union representatives accuse Cubbison operators of attempting to ‘bust’ the union.


VentiSei to have grand opening

VentiSei to have grand opening new castle, pa. A grand-opening celebration will take place from


Local displaced workers invited to benefits presentation

Valley workers could be eligible for health care assistance program.


Officials turn valve on new Canfield Township water tower

The new $2 million tower holds 500,000 gallons and connects 21 new township properties to Aqua Ohio water lines.


Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport awarded $536,000 FAA grant

The federal grant will fund several facility upgrades at the regional airport.


New owner takes over operation of Plaza Donuts

“We’re really grateful for the opportunity to keep the tradition of Plaza Donuts alive,” new owner Amy Spencer said.


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