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Wilson touts clean coal

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com Canfield Investment in clean-coal technology should be a key

Teamster leaders accused of unfair practices

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com youngstown In an unexpected role reversal, the leaders of

Turning Tech leaps into European market

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com youngstown Turning Technologies, the largest software company

Sales of Cobalts zoom in last days

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com New models of the Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cobalt have become

Cleanup funding OK’d for mill site

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com campbell Efforts to obtain state funds to clean up Sherman

11th-hour offer made for Forum

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com youngstown Community Health Systems has emerged with an

Valley Delphi retirees to protest in Detroit

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com warren Several members of the Delphi Salaried Retirees

Warren plant begins hiring

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com warren Construction on Reinforcement Systems’ new

Cruze production to accelerate slowly, emphasizing quality first

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com lordstown Workers at the General Motors Lordstown complex

All systems go for launch of Cruze this week

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com LORDSTOWN Production of the highly anticipated Chevrolet

A Great Atmosphere

50 years later, B&B Diving's customers still enjoy social aspect of sport, shop

A Great Atmosphere, 50 years later, B&B Diving's customers still enjoy social aspect of sport, shop.

Grounds to celebrate

Elected officials helped executives from V&M Star and its parent company, Vallourec, break ground on the company’s new pipe mill at a ceremony Monday morning. The $650 million expansion project is expected to be completed by the end of 2011.

BBC uses Youngstown as setting for ‘Rust Belt Revival’

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com youngstown The national media spotlight will shine on

The last Chevy Cobalt rolled off the line in Lordstown

Chuck Mitchell of Salem, a 40-year GM employee, works on the Chevrolet Cobalt assembly line at the Lordstown plant Tuesday.

Strickland praises local business owners

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com niles Gov. Ted Strickland spent some time here Monday praising

Lordstown’s Cobalt rides quietly into history

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com lordstown After six turbulent years, the General Motors

New burst of  business in Boardman

Among the new businesses filling vacant storefronts is Planet Fitness at 465 Boardman-Canfield Road (U.S. Route 224)., which is expected to open next week at the former Burlington Coat Factory space in Boardman Plaza.

Local company develops new petri dish

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com hubbard A local biotechnology company has started production

Cruze prices to start below $17,000

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com lordstown The Chevrolet Cruze, General Motors’ highly

Cruzing for charity at GM Lordstown

Gary “ Bones” Mowen of Niles dreessed in an Uncle Sam costume, leads a line of motorcycles through the GM Lordstown plant Wednesday morning for the 14th annual UAW GM Lordstown Bike Show. This year's event raised money for the March of Dimes.

Northeast Ohio is ripe for ‘green’ growth, group reports

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com The manufacturing industries in Northeast Ohio are well-

Inc. also thinks Youngstown has a bright future

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Youngstown may be poised to reinvent itself as a

Now on the menu: Rosetta Stone for $2.9M

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com youngstown The Rosetta Stone — a thriving restaurant that has

GM temps begin orientation sessions

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com lordstown As the summer launch of the Chevrolet Cruze

Justice: Help prevent child abuse

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN alcorn@vindy.com BOARDMAN An Ohio Supreme Court justice urged the public

Cruze control

David Green, president of UAW Local 1714 in Lordstown explains the features of the new Chevy Cruze to Ohio Atty. General Richard Cordray. The Cruze made an appearance at the Statehouse in Columbus Thursday as part of an Earth Day press conference.

Real-estate agents target transfers to GM complex

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com As General Motors Co. workers migrate to the Mahoning Valley to

Program could boost Ohio manufacturing

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com The Cash for Caulkers program would boost Ohio manufacturing and

Still haven’t filed? Don’t panic, expert says

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com With less than 24 hours before the IRS clock runs out,

Green-energy industry touted as the future

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com Boardman The green-energy industry is the coal and steel of

Taking stock of 11K mark

Taking stock of 11K mark By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com The Dow Jones Industrial Average

OSHA: Hudson trench lacked basic safety protections

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com CANFIELD The trench that collapsed in Hudson on Wednesday,

GM posts loss

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com LORDSTOWN General Motors posted a $4.3 billion loss Wednesday

Enthused about Cruze

Bobby Thomas, a GM Lordstown retiree, checks out vehicles in the showroom of Spitzer Chevrolet in North Jackson. Thomas traded in his Chevrolet Impala earlier this year and bought a used Pontiac while he waits on the Lordstown-built Cruze.

Local HLAA educates Valley on hearing loss

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com Cindy Wright, the president of the local chapter of the

Saleh family represents Canfield, U.S., abroad

When Alexis Denney and Jad Saleh visit Montreal this summer, they will act as ambassadors, not only for Canfield and the Youngstown area, but for their country.

Fathers and daughters dance the night away

The girls of Dobbins Elementary School, clad in 1950s attire, brought their dads out for a “Night at

Poland Boy Scouts host annual dinner

The Boy Scouts of Poland’s Troop 44 practiced their cooking, serving and bussing skills at the troop’s 18th annual spaghetti dinner Feb. 28.

Union hosts mother-son game night

Mothers and sons gathered for a night of fun and games at Poland Union Elementary School Feb. 25.

C.H. Campbell gets a visit from Cardinals

More than 30 student-athletes from Canfield High School stopped by C.H. Campbell Elementary School for a read-a-thon Feb. 26.

Canfield band parents host annual dinner

More than 1,500 members of the community came out to support Canfield’s school bands at a spaghetti dinner Feb. 27.

CHS students learn to grow old

A group of Canfield High School students took a step in their grandparents’ shoes during a special presentation in Ms. Terri Dance’s Family and Consumer Science class Feb. 24.

Visiting Haiti and changing lives

Boardman native Justin Mistovich has taken the knowledge he as obtained here in the U.S. and used it in a country that has been struck by disaster — Haiti.

Free flapjacks in Boardman

The Boardman International House of Pancakes offered diners free pancakes in honor of National

Boardman celebrates Black History Month

Families from Boardman and Youngstown gathered for the African American Read-In at Barnes and Noble

Craig wins Young Artist Competition

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com A symphony orchestra has the potential to evoke overwhelming

Local HLAA educates Valley on hearing loss

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com Cindy Wright, the president of the local chapter of the

Local HLAA educates Valley on hearing loss

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com Cindy Wright, the president of the local chapter of the

Council encounters problem with sidewalk project

By GRACE WYLER gwyler@vindy.com The Poland Village Council has encountered a major problem in

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