Company official said move is a part of broader consolidation efforts
Vindicator reporter Jamison Cocklin shares his views on GM's latest offering
Workers move pipes along at the Vallourec Star facility in Youngstown. The new state-of-the-art seamless-pipe mill was dedicated Wednesday, when top officials of the global, multi-billion-dollar company promised a new age of success to the Valley.
Lawmakers hear testimony from three retirees at hearing on Monday
Two pieces of legislation introduced to curb violations have yet to pass
SVS has found a niche among audio enthusiasts worldwide
The two-day event attracted more than 200 from across the country
Detroit's big-three, Japanese automakers had a strong May
As the oil and gas industry continues to develop a local workforce, there’s a sharper focus on training more Ohioans for land management.
As president of Eastern Gateway Community College, Meeks was selected from 28 other nominees
Injection well tour shows simplicity of wastewater disposal
Kasich and other public officials say facility is example of growing economy
NiSource officials say the plant will be operational by year's end
A new operator is currently renovating the space with plans to open soon
Ohio River would be used to move wastewater to disposal locations
BP has been approved for unit operations for drilling across 658 acres in Mecca and Johnston townships, including the Zerovich farm in Mecca Township, above. The owner, who wished not to be named, was not opposed to drilling, but said he did not want to sign a lease because he was faced with limited options to protect a piece of farm land he recently revitalized.
Partnership is aimed at improving service at the venue
Valley sales tax numbers reflect lower unemployment
A resolution to the impasse seems unlikely for now
Looking to get a jump on a burgeoning industry, the Earleys offer services to seniors on the move.
GM sells 245,950 vehicles last month
Some recent infrastructure announcements will not come online until 2016
Experts are split on how long shale energy wealth will remain in Ohio and the Valley.
Valley business rolls full steam ahead as loading hub for oil and gas drillers
Michael Koutsourais says the experience has helped to grow his business.
Allied claimed union is breaking federal labor laws on Friday
The move will likely affect curbside trash pickup in the coming days
A U.S. bankruptcy judge in Deleware approved the former holding company's request
After 60 days of bargaining representatives with the IUE-CWA local 722 are confident that the plant will stay open
Two wind turbines, installed in 2011, had their worst year yet in 2012
The senator joined employees of Yankee Kitchen to build support for a piece of federal legislation.
Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber officials tout economic growth.
The consortium awarded $4.5 for research and development projects on Wednesday.
Buckey Transfer Realty has become the latest link in the oil and gas supply chain.
The public and anti-fracking activists were turned away with little answers at a county commissioners meeting.
Store management would not elaborate on the cause of the problems.
Economists warn not to read too much into numbers that are not seasonally adjusted.
Industry officials and Congressman once again tout economic potential of oil and gas.
Chevrolet outperforms in new make, new model categories.
The issue finds a lender reluctant to grant drilling rights for fear of property devaluation, a growing trend nationwide.
The senator is making a push for more manufacturing institutes nationwide.
Mercer County is just the latest development in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays.
Ken Zuzik's invention recently won Most Innovative Concept at the PGA Merchandise Show
Ben W. Lupo, Michael Guesman and Hardrock Excavating will face federal prosecutors for their role in January's illegal brine dump.
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He will succeed longtime executive director Terry Fleming, who stepped down in December.
The move is indicative of an increase in production in Trumbull County and what the future holds there.
Ohio's public will get their first look at the new model, after a stellar year at Lordstown
The face-off between the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Patriot Water continued Tuesday, as the company’s president, Andrew Blocksom, had choice words for an agency he says is attacking his business.
Owners say they can no longer face declining revenues.