GM’s commitment to Lordstown tops this year’s business news. Bolt by bolt, something big was
Next year’s state elections will help determine who will draw new congressional lines.
Youngstown has the highest jobless rate — 14.5% — of any city in Ohio. The area’s
The medical practice is the first in the area to install GE’s new environmentally friendly MRI.
The bars showing the fight were crowded Saturday night. Some area bars were receiving the pay-
The mayor combats Youngstown’s poor ranking with large business expansions planned for the city.
A dealer representative can’t recall a month with lower new-car sales. New-vehicle sales in
The health provider says extra time is needed because of its ‘careful approach.’ Forum Health
GM wants to get away from being the industry’s incentives leader, an official said. Don’t
The money is designed to make laid-off workers more employable. WARREN — About 1,200 workers
The new MetroPlex owner hopes to spend $2 million on renovations. LIBERTY — A Pennsylvania
WARREN — A local state legislator said he is encouraged that Severstal executives have an action
Critics are raving about the Cruze, which is stealing the spotlight at the L.A. car show after it was introduced Wednesday. GM used the LA show to show off a Cruze built at its Lordstown complex for the first time.
Two local retirees of Delphi Packard Electric told a House subcommittee that their pension plans
Jay Williams testified that rising imports threaten V&M’s proposed expansion. Two area steel
Industry writers like what they’ve seen of the Cruze so far.
The mayor wants to avoid a Forum sale to an outside operator. Mayor Jay Williams is trying to
New Castle company’s product ‘helps out a lot’ The air curtain keeps the heat and cold away from
Reports say the Valley plant will produce a Korean version of the Cruze, a minicar and a crossover
The site will be used for green space at V&M’s request. YOUNGSTOWN — In another step to secure
CANFIELD — An economic recovery is under way and will continue building steam next year, an
More foreign trips will be arranged with the help of a federal grant. YOUNGSTOWN — Four Asian
Chevrolet will showcase the fuel efficiency of the Lordstown-built Cruze and its electric car, the
Simon is honored for his efforts as a pastor and in energizing voters. YOUNGSTOWN — About 175
Senior General Motors executives pushed back the launch of the Chevrolet Cruze for more time to
GM will cover the payments being cut by a federal agency. Hourly retirees of Delphi Packard
A downtown company offers environmental videos from around the world. YOUNGSTOWN — One million
Area car dealers saw a 40-percent decline. Area car dealers posted their second-worst sales
The change follows PNC’s acquisition of National City last year. PNC Financial Services Group
The titanium company reported an $8.7 million third-quarter loss. RTI International Metals
Atty. Warren “Bo” Pritchard, who has been accused of misconduct in his legal practice, is to begin a
The boy can move his arms and legs but can’t pick up objects yet. WARREN — Luke Holko, the 4
The Howland resident is optimistic that senators will work to restore pension benefits. A
The bank continues to have trouble with bad loans as the regional economy struggles. VIENNA —
One of the companies being visited is looking for a Midwest distribution site. Local
BOARDMAN — General Extrusions auctioned much of its fabricating and finishing equipment Tuesday,
Monica Bonilla of Youngstown gets help from her mother, Minerva Bonilla, as she tries on a costume. They were shopping recently at Halloween Mania in Austintown.
The former Waffle House in Austintown will become a Sunrise Inn Express. AUSTINTOWN — The
Salaried retirees from Delphi Corp. are expected to testify about their reduced pensions before a
YOUNGSTOWN — The parent company of Home Savings and Loan Co. continues to be dragged down by bad
Objections are expected to be filed in court over his proposed pay. YOUNGSTOWN — Forum
Chris Butcher, senior operations manager at VXI Global Solutions, stands among new operators at the company’s downtown call center. Butcher, a Mahoning Valley native, was working in Los Angeles when he suggested VXI consider Youngstown for a call center.
The Dow has gained 53 percent since bottoming out in March. The Dow Jones industrial average
YOUNGSTOWN — After years of persuading members to accept contract concessions, union leaders are
An international newspaper calls the city ‘a young town again.’ YOUNGSTOWN — An international
Another battle with lenders looms unless Forum completes a restructuring plan soon.
The chamber honored 10 companies for their business growth last year. BOARDMAN — Jet Stream
WARREN — A new Delphi has emerged from bankruptcy as a leaner company with lower costs, but this is
Consumers will pay 60 cents a month for three years for the bulbs. FirstEnergy Corp. is
GM told dealers that they may have to wait until November for word on the Hummer sale.