Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
He faces several charges
Tis the season for coming together with family and old friends to celebrate generosity and a new year.
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com youngstown A new steel pipe mill has begun to take shape here
The Youngstown area was named one of the best cities to find a job this winter, according to a recent ranking by Forbes.com.
As unemployment continues to hover just under 11 percent, local charities are stretching resources to meet the needs of a growing number of people asking for help this holiday season.
Water contamination worries surface over drilling procedure
The early success of the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze continued this week, with Mahoning Valley dealers reporting a strong second month of sales for the Lordstown-produced compact car.
The parent company of First Place Bank plans to restate its 2010 annual report with a $14 million increase in loan losses.
Eric Planey is on a global crusade to sell the Mahoning Valley as an emerging hub of international commerce.
Congress fails to reach agreement on extension of benefits
The Mahoning Valley’s unemployment rate edged up slightly last month
Administrators and owners of day care centers that perform well on state inspections say keeping up with regulations is a daily task.
Poland native Bob Boniface, above, designed the Chevy Volt, which has been picked by Motor Trend magazine as Car of the Year.
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Columbiana County farmer Bob Rea, who has become involved with a group of landowners who are negotiating with drilling companies for rights to natural gas on their properties, leads a meeting last week at Armstrong Saddlery Arena in Salem. Several hundred people attended.
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org new middletown Windsor House, Inc., a local provider of
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com boardman In the face of the nation’s growing trade deficit,
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Brilex Industries, one of Youngstown’s fastest-
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Downtown Youngstown’s historic Federal Building is undergoing a $2.4 million renovation. The project, which includes a new restaurant and 12 apartments, is expected to be completed in early 2011.
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By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org girard A local company has taken the tobacco market by storm
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Rich Berg is, by his own admission, a farmer trapped in an insurance agent's body.
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Construction is under way on the $2.4 million
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com lordstown A flare-up between United Auto Workers Local 1112
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Forum Health’s largest union approved an agreement
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com warren Delphi Corp. salaried retirees will continue the fight
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By GRACE WYLER email@example.com Youngstown Forum Health’s long-running bankruptcy saga seems
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By GRACE WYLER and Elise Franco firstname.lastname@example.org The death of Realtor Vivian D. Martin and other
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By Grace Wyler firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Unemployment dropped significantly in the Mahoning
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Mike Newton of Poland works on the interior of a new Chevrolet Cruze. Workers at the General Motors Lordstown complex have ramped up production on the Chevrolet Cruze in anticipation of tomorrow’s high-profile launch.
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown The region’s emerging advanced-materials and
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By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Turning Technologies, the largest software company
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com youngstown The Rosetta Stone Cafe & Wine Bar closed its doors