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.
NYO Property Group has opened up Wick Tower at 34 W. Federal St.
An export initiative between the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber and Youngstown State University’s International Trade Assistance Center has received some global attention.
Vallourec Star located on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Youngstown produces pipe for fracking.
The Mahoning Valley's jobless rate dropped down to 5.2 percent from 5.9 percent.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio spoke to about 250 on Friday in Goshen Township.
Friday was a day of thanks and appreciation at the General Motors Lordstown Assembly Plant where the best-selling Chevrolet Cruze is built.
The Midwest region saw an increase in construction fatalities.
The Boardman location will open at the end of the month.
The Rescue Mission’s distribution center located at 2246 Glenwood Ave. will close by Dec. 31 this year.
The new shop recently opened at 7403 Market St. in Fashion Square.
Dan Simmons, owner of Peace Valley Orchards in Rogers, demonstrates the proper way to pick an apple. The apple-picking season in Ohio traditionally runs from late August through Oct. 25, and area apple growers say this year’s season is a good one.
It’s about doing good and making the world a better place by buying a T-shirt.
The company was selected as the site for the more than $74-million Department of Energy and Energy Industries of Ohio project.
GM posted a 12.5 percent gain in sales in September with 251,310 compared with 223,437 reported in September 2014.
Automakers will post their sales for September on Oct. 1.
Bobby DeVicchio and Pam Allegretto DeVicchio opened a new Italian market in Niles.
Mahoning Valley’s non-seasonally adjusted jobless rate was down by more than 10 percent in August from the previous August.
About 30 local makers will show off their products at a Rust Belt Makers Market from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Canfield.
Winnie the Pooh is one of many straw bale figures at Molnar Farms in Poland. This one was created by Megan Molnar.
Seventy-one percent of students graduate with debt.
At 11:59 p.m. today the contract between the United Auto Workers and the Detroit Big 3 automakers expires with the future of what’s to happen next still unknown.
Joe Fagano, 19, of Canfield and Samantha Plocher, 13, of Goshen stand near empty poultry cages at Canfield Fairgrounds. Because of bird flu issues, no poultry will be exhibited at the 169th fair this year. Both had exhibited in past years. The fair begins its six-day run Wednesday.
Overall, Ohio’s horizontal shale wells produced 5,578,255 barrels of oil and 221 billion cubic feet of natural gas.
In Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties the jobless rate in July dropped from 7.2 percent in July 2014 down to 6 percent.
New-home sales in the U.S. rose 5.4 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 507,000 above the revised June rate of 481,000.
Stocks regained some of that ground as the day wore on, but the Dow Jones industrial average finished the day down 588 points.
Downtown Circle Owner Al Adi believed in Youngstown and downtown so he took a chance and it has paid off.
The Youngstown Business Incubator and America Makes extended the deadline to find innovative start-up ideas for additive manufacturing to Sept. 11.
Fresh Prints grows in Youngstown with Youngstown pride shirts
The Western Reserve Port Authority still want ADI to provide service to the local airport
Al Adi, owner of Downtown Circle, has been processing chip cards for months at his downtown Youngstown convenience store.
The aluminum extrusion company was started in 1950 by Fred Schuler.
The 70-plus room hotel is geared toward the business traveler
Automakers are expected to post another solid month of sales today, analysts say
The property on Silica Road was once bustling before it sat vacant under different ownership.
The Oh-Penn Manufacturing Collaborative still has more than $300,000 for interested manufacturers to use for training and certifications of their employees.
The company reported a net loss of 199 million euros or $217 million in the second quarter of 2015, and expects worst results in the future.
Ohio will have a sales tax holiday from Aug. 7-9 to help those parents and others shopping for back-to-school season.
Oil price drop impacts gas prices.
More than 100 years later and Spitzer still runs on the same business principles while embracing new opportunities.