Total earnings in the Valley are less now they were at the end of the Great Recession
By BURTON SPEAKMAN email@example.com BOARDMAN Rise Pies is attempting to get a slice of the
Change to fracking process may help companies to open the oil portion of the Utica Shale
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.
Goal of meeting is to make sure that CCA understands its obligation to notify city of "unusual incidents."
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.
City looking at options to determine how it might best deal with required EPA upgrades to wastewater system
None of the four bidders on the project came within 10 percent of the city's estimate for the water project
Restaurant week and 30-mile meals will work together to showcase the efforts the local food producers
Class action suit claims that GM damaged vehicle resale values by not disclosing truth about ignition problems to buyers
Three years after opening, Reaction teaches 10-12 fitness classes per day
PUCO ruling allows Warren Steel Holdings plant to save up to $35 million on electricity costs
The growth of 3D manufacturing has great potential
Sales and use tax collections, which mirror growth in local retail sales, were up about 4 percent in Mahoning County for the first four months of 2014
Oil and Gas industry official wants to provide perspective on fracking in book
Northern section of Utica just doesn't have production results to justify expense.
Eastern Gateway Community College is adding a truck driver training program
Tax credit for more than $90,000 to help project move forward
Alumnus gives $1 million to help single parents send their children to Ursuline
A California company is considering opening a location in downtown Youngstown that could bring 300 jobs here over three years.
By BURTON SPEAKMAN firstname.lastname@example.org canfield Valley farmers should be careful budgeting for
Money will help current YBI companies and may help to recruit new ones
Stack of toys including 18 bicycles will go to more than 100 children for Christmas
Primary doctors could be in short supply after Affordable Care Act takes effect
Here’s how the Affordable Care Act works
Ron Butler, engine-shop supervisor for Winner Aviation, lubricates a propeller on a MU2 B40 aircraft at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport in Vienna. Winner Aviation has been at the airport since the mid-1990s, and the staff performs myriad duties there.
After seven years with Edible Arragnements, Shakera Brown figures out a way to get things done
After 107 years in business Hermitage company begins its going out of business sale
Mill Creek Metroparks considering aeration to lessen chance of future fish kills
Change in policy by Huntington could have a significant impact on local taxpayers
IdentityBlend tries to help business create a conversation online with potential customers
Handmade foods and tastes from Poland highlight the menu at Krakus
The plant already took its typical summer shutdown at the beginning of July.
Shale is one of many opportunities available to expand ag-related jobs in Northeast Ohio
After a loss in May, activists are undetered in their attempts to pass a charter amendment that would ban fracking in Youngstown
Liberty residents looks at the tree that was toppled in the Ravine Drive yard of Mary Baumeier during Wednesday’s storm. The trunk of the huge oak missed her home, but one of its large branches poked a hole in the side of the structure. No one was injured.
Eastgate report is designed to help area improve economically
Vince Eckart of Hartford shops for fireworks at Phantom Fireworks' Meridian Road store.
Township officials believe the company wants the line to build a water pipeline to Columbiana County.
Power outage only effects Vindicator building, but other downtown businesses impacted by power surge
Flaring and flames that it generate are a normal part of the natural-gas drilling process
What started as a way to gain experience for med school turned into a lifelong career
Most live in poverty stricken areas
Companies have identified "sweet spot" but priorities could change if oil prices increase.
A full reception hall recognized nun who became a legend in Mahoning Valley education.
Energy assesment will determine what cost savings are possible and if special district should be created
Dignitaries, employees exited for official dedication of the Vallourec Seamless Pipe Mill plant
Bottom Dollar to open two new stores in the area, bringing its total to five in less than two years
Area needs more high-degree holding STEM workers to spur future economic growth
Tampering with cellphone identification number on stolen phone would lead to mandatory prison under proposed bill