Ray Beckner, an inventory associate, rolls out a large pallet of inventory at Best Buy in Boardman. Retail sales are expected to increase by more than 4 percent in Ohio this holiday season and more than 3 percent in the nation.
Warren Steel Holdings will close on or before Nov. 30.
Chevrolet announced the pricing on the new 2016 Cruze on Wednesday.
The week will feature the world’s largest celebration of the innovative creators who help spur economic growth.
The Wick Tower at 34 W. Federal St. was unveiled Monday after the ribbon was cut by, from left, Tom Humphries, Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber president; George and James Pantelidis, brothers and developers; Jackie and Dominic Marchionda of NYO Property Group; Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor; Youngstown Mayor John A. McNally; and Ryan Burgess, assistant director of the Ohio Development Services Agency.
The new contract includes pay raises, improved health care and an $8,000 signing bonus if ratified.
In early October, Vienna Investments of Meadowbrook Drive in Boardman purchased back the property located at 1702 Henn Parkway where Magna Seating operates.
James Cossler, chief executive officer of the Youngstown Business Incubator, and Barb Ewing, its chief operations officer, stand on the roof of one of the incubator’s West Federal Street buildings on its five-building campus in the downtown's West End.
Leaders of the United Auto Workers unions who represent thousands of GM workers are ready to see what the UAW/General Motors tentative agreement has to offer.
The rumor of Ford opening a plant here spread Sunday night started with a tweet sent out by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.