He faces several charges
By DON SHILLING firstname.lastname@example.org Chevrolet is about to unveil the Cruze model that is to
Ray Watson of Canfield, left, and Paul Maxwell of Girard fill out applications during a jobs fair at Camelot Lanes Wednesday. The event attracted more than 450 job-seekers. Each received two free games of bowling at the Boardman alley.
By DON SHILLING email@example.com LORDSTOWN A union official at the Lordstown car complex
By DON SHILLING firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN A software company based in the Youngstown
By DON SHILLING email@example.com LEAVITTSBURG Denman Tire filed for bankruptcy and plans to
By DON SHILLING firstname.lastname@example.org New-vehicle sales dropped to their lowest point in decades
Tickets go on sale Friday and will cost $139, $89 and $39.
Those developing a proposal for Google: Tyler Clark, technology consultant to the Youngstown
By DON SHILLING email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Google is looking for cities where it can
By DON SHILLING firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN The circus came to town with elephants, acrobats
Bill Patton of Canfield, a GM Lordstown retiree, and his wife, Heidi Patton, look at the Chevy Cruze at the Cleveland Auto Show.
By DON SHILLING email@example.com Car buyers are returning to showrooms, and many are choosing
CLEVELAND — Chevrolet will promote the Lordstown-built Cruze with a grass-roots marketing campaign
Organizers of house incentives in 2008 are unsure if those programs will be revived. A
Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America, announces a third shift will be added at GM’s Lordstown complex. Added production is needed for the Chevrolet Cruze, one of which is seen to his side.
Expectations are growing that General Motors is adding a third shift at its Lordstown complex, but
General Motors is planning an announcement at its Lordstown complex Tuesday, which has workers
The lawmaker from Niles has filed to run for re-election to Congress. HOWLAND — Tim Ryan, who
Three new pipe mills have been announced in the past five weeks. YOUNGSTOWN — V&M Star is
While negotiations over V&M Star Steel’s $650 million expansion at times were tense, Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams, left, and Girard Mayor James Melfi were all smiles Monday when the company announced the project will be built here.
The company’s president said he thinks demand is about to explode for its products. YOUNGSTOWN
The company expects to add 28 jobs this year and more in future years. BOARDMAN — Henry Schein
Pete Schisler of Greenford presalts the parking lot of the Covelli Centre Tuesday afternoon for American Beauty Landscaping in order to make plowing easier as the snow began to accumulate in the second storm in the Valley in four days.
Pipe and tube imports are being mislabeled intentionally, a lawyer said. Wheatland Tube and
Forum Health said it is talking to all parties interested in bidding for the system. A
A declining appetite for titanium led to a fourth-quarter and annual loss for RTI International
United Community Financial posted a $16.3 million loss in the fourth quarter. YOUNGSTOWN —
Pension cuts are slated to start next week as the legal wrangling continues. A federal pension
Fair-trade legislation and incentives to rebuild the nation’s manufacturing base are prescribed.
The judge did not, however, accept retirees’ request that benefit cuts be stopped now.
Companies are hesitant to expand, a chamber official said. BOARDMAN — The recession is over,
A local business owner tells Gov. Ted Strickland he plans to add ‘a lot more jobs.’ By DON
The local unemployment rate dropped just slightly in December. More people are being
The mill’s cold-rolling mill and coating lines will remain idle for now. WARREN — Severstal
Cobalt production is to end about June 24 as attention shifts to the new Chevrolet Cruze.
YOUNGSTOWN — It’s time to stand up and act, just as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. did, a speaker
The company ships signs all over the U.S. and Canada. AUSTINTOWN — Signs are pointing to
New-vehicle sales in the Valley were off 37 percent last year. Last year ended much like it
About 1,200 workers have been laid off from Severstal. WARREN — Severstal plans to restart its
General Motors is likely to shut down its Lordstown complex for a week in March because of slow
The hybrid motorcycle can be loud and fast or quiet and energy efficient. A Boardman company
The San Francisco business expects to employ up to 50 workers within two years. YOUNGSTOWN —
That sales projection for the new compact car to be built in Lordstown far exceeds that for the
A second trade case would carry larger duties against Chinese pipe producers. WARREN — The
Officials hope the money will attract manufacturing companies to the area. Mahoning and
Included in the trip will be the mayors of Youngstown and Warren. YOUNGSTOWN — A local
The turbocharged Cobalt SS was billed as the quickest, most powerful Cobalt built yet at its unveiling during the 2008 Cleveland Auto Show, but sales have been disappointing.
A local manufacturer blames Chinese imports for its loss of sales. WARREN — Backyard Buddy is
Los Gallos, a Boardman Mexican restaurant, is expanding with another location and a banquet center.