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Akron’s public steam plant is a success

Akron has borrowed $25 million to transform the neglected public asset, which is now showing a profit.

Chamber’s Salute to Business event is Aug. 30

The luncheon and award ceremony will be at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.

How Facebook regulates the wild west of political ads

By BARBARA ORTUTAY and MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writers NEW YORK With less than three

Lattes & Legislator’s

Lattes & Legislator’s YOUNGSTOWN U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, of Marietta R-6th, will be the

Papers to respond to Trump attacks

The Vindicator is joining the effort.

BUSINESS DIGEST || Event at new arcade

A new arcade in the township will host a grand opening event from noon to 6 p.m. today.

Selected local stocks

Selected local stocks STOCK, DIVIDENDCLOSECHANGE Alcoa Inc., 44.981.99 Aqua America, .20

Yo-Yo Ma’s Valley visit celebrates regional arts

Yo-Yo Ma’s visit to the Mahoning Valley on Monday will be a full day of culture, entertainment and discussion on how the arts can revitalize the region.

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2019 Cruze now rolling off line at GM Lordstown

The 2019 Cruze features a new design and upgrades.

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Mobile cigar shop captures look, feel of classic lounges

Cut and Toast Premium Cigars — a mobile cigar shop — is owned and run by Marc Len, left, and Dave Ladigo. The shop can be taken to events such as festivals, golf outings or private parties.

3 Japanese carmakers admit faking data

Associated Press TOKYO Japanese automakers Suzuki Motor Corp., Mazda Motor Corp. and Yamaha

$3.9B buyout of Tribune by Sinclair ends in acrimony

Associated Press NEW YORK The $3.9 billion buyout of Tribune Media by Sinclair collapsed


Shepherd of Valley to host job fair YOUNGSTOWN Shepherd of the Valley will host a job fair for

Court orders removal of pesticide

Associated Press WASHINGTON A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that the Trump administration

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Youngstown officials reject offer to take over downtown utility company

‘Taking it over is not going to happen,’ the mayor says.