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Fracking wastewater one step closer to moving by barge

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ENDS NOV. 29

U.S. Coast Guard releases draft policy for public comment

Sen. Brown continues push to create network of manufacturing hubs

Legislation introduced in August to do so goes before Commerce Committee

SenSource looks to keep growing

SenSource stays on a track of growth, and company is ...

The people counting company is focused on its environmental sensors

Oil and gas supply company will create 150 new Valley jobs

Legacy Measurement Solutions confirms it will manufacture its products in Brookfield

Penn National forms spin-off company for tax breaks on real estate

Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. will now own Austintown racino real estate

Lisbon lubricant spill posed no threat says state

About 15,000 gallons of water and clay were spilled into a creek there

Ohio will soon authorize fracking wastewater pools

Ohio to authorize fracking wastewater pools

Football field-sized ponds to recycle waste

As shale-related projects, and other construction booms, labor shortage remains a challenge

As shale-related projects boom, finding skilled workers is a challenge

Unions are meeting demand, but they need more workers

Efforts to fight drilling near Meander Reservoir stepped-up

District official says talks about plans to drill near Meander occurred in July

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More retailers to open their doors earlier on Thanksgiving

More retailers have joined the rush to open their doors earlier on Thanksgiving

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In landmark ceremonies, state opens its first processing facilities

Mahoning and Harrison counties celebrate the completion of crucial infrastructure

Do you believe? Jennifer Albert says there's good reason to

Jennifer Albert, founder of the Cleveland Paranormal Research Society, stands inside a mausoleum at Glenview Cemetery in East Palestine. She works with about 10 others in the Youngstown and Cleveland areas researching supernatural events.

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Valley natives launch cigar line

Tony Bellatto of Canfield and friend Craig Rossi, formerly of Warren, spent several years developing their line of La Barba cigars, being sold locally at Bellatto's father's store, Havana House Cigar Shop in Boardman, and Bellatto's Havana stores in NIles and Bath Township.

Dom's Barber Shop stays in the family

Fifth-generation barber carries on ...

Customers have visited Dom's in Poland since 1971

Workers, organizations in Valley tackle backlog after 16-day shutdown

Workers, organizations in Valley tackle backlog after 16-day shutdown

With the work piled up, federal employees are busy getting back on track

Efforts to fight drilling near Meander Reservoir stepped-up

District official says talks about plans to drill near Meander occurred in July

The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District has hired legal counsel to protect the water source from fracking

Huntington reports 6 percent increase in profit

Bank's mortgage lending suffers, but is offset by auto and commercial lending

Valley organization lays off staffers as shutdown rolls on

Uncertainty for financial markets, too, as debt-ceiling deadline approaches.

Penn National selects general manager for racino

Penn National hires 21-year veteran from inside company

Fireline looks to expand

Aerospace supplier has seen sales more than double in last 10 years

Warren Steel Holdings workers face reduced hours, wages

One worker said he would lose $150 a week in pay.

The new Stadium GM Superstore shows off $3M-plus expansion

The dealership is the only one in the Mahoning Valley that carries all four General Motors brands, with Cadillac, Buick, GMC and Chevrolet in stock.

Government shutdown keeps stirring uncertainty for some

Services, grants, loans for businesses slowed or stopped

Economic development and job growth threatened by stand-off in the Mahoning Valley

Valley retail continues to grow, as more outlets set to open

Local economy continues to grow as new shops come to the Valley

Trend is expected to continue even as area economy grows slowly

Oil, gas case heading to Ohio top court will spotlight local control

Challenging state law

Supreme court will hear arguments about ODNR’s authority

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Cruze sales down 50 percent compared to a year ago

Analysts are scratching their heads trying to figure out why sales of the Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cruze tumbled by 50 percent in September, compared to that month last year.

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Under Obamacare, Ohio still waits for a Medicaid expansion

Provision is key aspect of ACA

A policy debate is ongoing and hundreds of thousands of Ohioans could go without coverage

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61 Ohio dealers drive away new diesel Cruze

Representatives of 61 eastern Ohio dealerships gathered Thursday at the General Motors Lordstown Complex to drive off with new Chevrolet Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel cars, which the sprawling auto plant started to manufacture in April. The event marked the official rollout of the model.

Valley unemployment rate largely unchanged in August

Economists and others say some data suggests the Valley is faring better than other regions

$250M refinery to be built on Lake Erie

By JAMISON COCKLIN jcocklin@vindy.com ashtabula Houston-based Pinto Energy announced this

Chamber announces early steps to revitalize 422 corridor

Hoping to build on Vallourec Star's success, consulting firm will study options for economic development

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YBI celebrates a top global ranking

In July, YBI was ranked No. 11 on a list of university-affiliated incubators

The incubator gathers board members, donors and supporters to say thanks for their role

Brooking finds Youngstown to be major exporter nationwide

The city and surrounding counties fare well in analysis of several key export trends

New report shows three large banks lead Ohio in complaints

Both Huntington and PNC among most-complained about banks in the state

Valley sales tax collections up slightly this year

Auto sales help state, county bottom lines

Three years after its launch, the Cruze remains at the top

Assembly-line workers at the General Motors Lordstown Complex complete the process of building the plant’s signature product, the Chevrolet Cruze. Workers there have manufactured about 820,000 Cruze cars since the brand’s introduction three years ago.

API says oil and gas industry does most to reduce emissions

New study highlights investments in green technology

Emerging leaders program a success in Youngstown

Initiative teaches business strategies to underserved communities nationwide

Energy effciency program rebates $1.8 million to NE Ohio customers

Assessments help Dominion East customers find where savings can be achieved in winter

All Dominion East Ohio customers are eligible for home improvements

Gordon Brothers has been in the water business 68 years

After a banner year, the owners of Gordon Brothers Water have ...

Company handles Kinetico water treatment systems

How will Ohio's new tax adjustments affect you?

Come Sunday, shoppers in the Mahoning Valley will pay more for retails goods, but their next paycheck will be a little higher too.

CHS enters deal to buy Sharon Regional Health System

If completed, the move will further consolidate regional healthcare

Ice Zone set to reopen Aug. 21

The news is a plus for hundreds of Mahoning Valley families and the Youngstown Phantoms

House oversight committee issues first subpoena in Delphi pension fight

The move signals a lack of cooperation from U.S. Treasury, chairman said

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Northstar 1 well remains idle with no plans for site

Councilman curious about risks of nonoperational well

Couple expands antique offerings at Columbiana store

Business is steady for Ann's Attic Antiques & Furniture

EV Energy Partners sells 22,535 acres in the Utica Shale play

Company will get $284.3 million for the sale

4 NE Ohio steel pipe-makers ask feds to raise import duties

4 local companies among those seeking action against 9 countries in dumping case

Vallourec Star and Wheatland Tube among those who say foreign competitors hurting U.S. oil and gas pipe industry

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Turning Technologies acquires its biggest competitor

The company will now open a 40,000 square foot warehouse and add some jobs in Youngstown

Oil and gas industry turns attention to Upper Devonian shale formation

Companies in Ohio, Pa. try to determine Upper Devonian’s potential as a shale play

The formation, just above the Marcellus, is an emerging shale play

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