The new 2014 Chevrolet Cruze clean turbo diesel features a 2.0L engine that will offer an estimated 42 mpg highway with an automatic transmission. Clean diesels generate at least 90 percent less nitrogen oxide and particulate emissions when compared with previous-generation diesels.
Workers hook up hoses to storage tanks and trucks in the area of the dump on D&L Energy property.
Details on the incident remain murky, but regulators have confirmed that a large amount of oil and brine were dumped into a storm drain near D&L headquarters.
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com LORDSTOWN General Motors will unveil the new Chevrolet Cruze Diesel Model at the Chicago Auto Show on Thursday.
The oil and gas industry is taking closer note of Frack Free Mahoning Valley's ballot-initiative
Despite gains above industry averages, Cruze sales decline by 3 percent.
The incubator will work on creating a self-suffcient revenue model and raising $2.5 million to help it do so.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. is seeking $97 million from a former owner, most of which would go to Warren workers.
The video rental chain is partnering with Toledo-based Marco's Pizza.
Housing sales may have slowed in December, but 2012 proved to be a year of recovery for the Valley's real estate market.
One day after it was named to a top 10 innovations list, officials at the consortium are quick to tout its progress.
The final month of 2012 shows sales slid from where they finished in 2011.
The new owners of the former RG Steel mill on Pine Avenue have contracted with a Canadian auction house to sell off a sizeable portion of its non operational and outdated equipment.
Two independent studies show that the incubator is helping lead the regional economy into the future.
The company will add 10,000 square feet to its production facility in Unity this spring.
After months operating under an interim director, NAMII will finalize its leadership structure when Edward A. Morris officially takes the helm in February
The Marcellus Shale Coalition and Energy InDepth are among those who have launched campaigns to counter the "fictional portrayal" of their industry.
With $5 billion in pipelines and about $10 billion in processing facilities announced Utica Shale development is preparing for its next step.
A look back at this year's major business headlines. Gains in energy development, the housing market and area manufacturing were only a fraction of this year’s top local business headlines.
Elliot Hamilton, who owns Hams Beauty and Barbershop with his sister, Kim Hamilton, cuts Glenn Snider's hair. Unlike other salons, Hams’ stylists and barbers finish up customers, then offer life coaching, all under one roof. Kim Hamilton is a trained life coach.
Wendell August Forge will break ground on its new facility in January.
Nonprofits across the Valley will collect a majority of their annual operating budgets in November and December.
Joe DeMay of Columbiana looks at the selection of flat-screen televisions at h.h. Gregg in Boardman. Electronics, clothing and gift cards are topping holiday wish lists in Ohio this year.
After 87 years in business, Buchman Shoes will close Dec. 22.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware on Friday approved the sale of First Place Bank to Michigan-based Talmer Bancorp, leaving only regulators to decide whether the bank will assume new ownership.
Leasing is a prerequisite to further oil and gas development as a company must first secure mineral rights across a given amount of acreage before the site can be permitted for a well.
Mike Tarantino, who owns IM Video Transfer, helps customers convert old home movies into DVDs, providing personal services that larger retailers cannot.
A passion for hot rods leads a man to a dream job visiting car shows across the nation
By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN In October, Burke Decor opened its doors to
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com Canfield Farmers National Bank now will count itself
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By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN American Banker, one of the industry’s
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com WARREN A Delaware bankruptcy judge overturned an
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By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com WARREN First Place Financial Corp. has hit a snag
Olivia Schaeffer, 13, front left, Catherine Blackwood, 16, and Allison Schaeffer, 18, front right, all traveled nearly two hours from northwest Ohio on Thanksgiving for deals available at Target, which opened at 9 p.m. The three were first in line, where they were aided by food deliveries from their parents since taking their spots at 1 p.m.
If Congress failes to act, 'horrible things happen,' says Paul Sracic, chairman of Youngstown State University’s political science department.
By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN An $850 million investment to improve
In its 110 years of operation, the Youngstown Club has played host to secretaries of state, mayors and steel barons, and evolved from an exclusive, private men-only club to a public, all-inclusive restaurant and banquet hall, but waning revenue is forcing the downtown icon to close at year's end.
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By JAMISON COCKLIN firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN AT&T has announced plans to invest $14
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Peppe Smith, owner of Camelot Lanes in Boardman, says she sees positive signs all around the Youngstown community. “I cannot deny that I am better off than I was four years ago," she declares, but adds: “I do not attribute that to the president.”
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In a strong show of support for better economic policies and stronger communities from Warren and Youngstown to Columbiana and beyond, the Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative brought about 200 people together at Stambaugh Auditorium on Thursday.
The Lemon Grove, which faced a lawsuit seeking more than $20,000 in compensation related to property damage at its former location, has resolved the matter in an undisclosed out-of-court settlement with its former landlord SKA Limited.
By JAMISON COCKLIN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN First National Bank of Pennsylvania posted