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Wage reports remain a mixed bag in the Valley

Wages, workforce in Valley have declined since beginning of ’07 recession

Total earnings in the Valley are less now they were at the end of the Great Recession

Rise Pies wants to take Valley pizza national

Company wants to take Valley pizza national

By BURTON SPEAKMAN bspeakman@vindy.com BOARDMAN Rise Pies is attempting to get a slice of the

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Potential oil window is last gasp for Utica Shale

Change to fracking process may help companies to open the oil portion of the Utica Shale

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GM participates in local food cooperative

The Lake-to-River Food Cooperative has developed partnerships with several local businesses including Humility of Mary Health Partners and Youngstown Business Incubator to deliver orders to employees on site.

McNally to CCA: Why wasn’t city told of prison incident as it occurred?

Goal of meeting is to make sure that CCA understands its obligation to notify city of "unusual incidents."

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CCA stymies information on prisoners' 14-hour protest

Nashville-based Corrections Corporation of America, the private company that runs Northeast Ohio Correction Center on Hubbard Road on Youngstown’s East Side, owns 59 other correctional facilities nationwide. The low-security NEOCC houses only male inmates, including 1,507 immigrant prisoners, and has 2,016 beds.

Wastewater issue could cost city $147 million

Options discussed for upgrading system to comply with EPA

City looking at options to determine how it might best deal with required EPA upgrades to wastewater system

Splash pad bids too high for Youngstown

None of the four bidders on the project came within 10 percent of the city's estimate for the water project

Events to focus on local food

Restaurant week and 30-mile meals will work together to showcase the efforts the local food producers

GM sued for up to $10 billion over ignition switch issues

Class action suit claims that GM damaged vehicle resale values by not disclosing truth about ignition problems to buyers

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