GM spokeswoman Katie McBride said of the Valley's local plant: ''The outstanding focus on safety and quality at Lordstown helped earn these investments and support the future of GM’s footprint in the Mahoning Valley.”
Her second storefront for Trendy, a boutique-style shop inspired by her own style, opened in May on U.S. Route 224 in Canfield.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reports Ohio’s natural gas production nearly doubled from 2012 to 2013 because of the activity in the Utica shale play.
A presentation by Austin Master Services at Youngstown City Hall Wednesday evening clarified the process the company is taking in testing radioactivity in materials that come out of the earth through the process of hydraulic fracking.
Last June, General Motors Co. came out with an all-time monthly sale record of 32,871 Lordstown-produced Chevrolet Cruzes sold, but this June the numbers are down 20.9 percent with 26,008 sold.
There were 275 attendees at a Facebook for small businesses workshop on Tuesday in Canfield.
Linda Clark of Hubbard relaxes with her dog, Harry, on a new deck built for her by the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of the Valley as part of its 2014 community service project. Clark continues to recover from a November 2013 stabbing she suffered when a man attacked her at her job at Sharon Regional Health System.
A newly opened Fin, Feather and Fur Outfitters, the relocation of a major hobby store and fast food chain are just some of the changes at Tiffany Square in Boardman
Thouands of applicants showed for the first of two job fairs for the Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course
The metal processing company is preparing to relocate its operations to a Hendricks Road facility where they have invested $3 million to modernize the more than 290,000 square foot complex that is known as the former Wean United building.
May sales numbers released Tuesday by General Motors Corp. beat the expectations and forecasts of auto analysts during a month that saw a list of vehicle recalls.
Yo Doughnut Co. on East Rayen will celebrate National Doughnut Day on June 6 with the grand opening of the business.
The business owner is unsure what he intends to do
There is a list of sign regulations in Boardman Township.
Holly Welch, curriculum supervisor for Youngstown City Schools, is the 2014 ATHENA Award winner. She hopes to one day become a superintendent to make a larger impact on students.
Holly Welch is the 2014 recipient.
The panel, at Youngstown State University, discussed the economic opportunities in Ohio's Shale formations.
The Valley unemployment falls to 6 percent unemployment rate from 7.8 percent last April.
The cost to replace the air-conditioning unit at the police department is estimated at $168,000.
On Friday, Kalea Hall, a reporter for The Vindicator, had the opportunity of a lifetime when she flew on a Thunderbird.
The district isays it needs a new school to replace the Boardman Center Middle School and Glenwood Middle School
Solich Piano and Music Co. will expand to Pittsburgh and close its retail store in Boardman
Timothy Lane residents voted in favor of street lights
Dylan Crump, 21, died last year in a car accident, but his college still allowed him to graduate.
Boardman Township has a crew of employees ready for nuisance grass cutting season
Kathy Miller of Boardman never dreamed what her 50-year-old Mustang would bring her national recognition.
Poland Township Park will have a new indoor activity center next year, once all of the funds are secured.
He will continue helping patients with substance abuse
Boardman Township took measures to prevent water from coming into the fire station basement
FirstEnergy Ohio Edison is working on vegetation management in the village and township.
Jim Amey displays one unit of the silver rocket ride from Idora Park on Youngstown’s South Side. His museum at his Canfield home opens today with more than 500 pieces of memorabilia from the legendary amusement park.
Two Boardman students had their drawings published in the national magazine Highlights.
Shaun Serich, 24, oversees the Western Reserve Joint Fire District’s program that pays for volunteers to obtain their paramedic certification at Youngstown State University, including tuition and books. Eight volunteers are participating in the program, which requires them to put in eight hours at the station, maintain a 3.0 grade-point average and have a professional attitude.
Struthers Mayor Terry Stocker, left, and Ed Wildes, safety-service director, stand near a condemned house on Creed Street that they hope to demolish. Since 2008, when both took office, the city has demolished about 90 homes.
Third-grade students at Stadium Elementary in Boardman participated in an Ellis Island skit
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
The Cohasset Express offers Mill Creek MetroParks visitors the opportunity to explore the park’s nooks and crannies. The trolley was obtained by the park district in September, but revealed only this year.
Boardman and Austintown joined in on a new social media platform for schools.
There will be a new scoreboard in the Poland school district come this fall.
For the first time, the Boardman Fire Department hosted the training
The Boardman school district's special education department passed the Ohio Department of Education on-site review
Widening of the bridge over Interstate 680
Austintown recently implemented a drug policy for new hires, Boardman is considering a new hire policy and Canfield has no drug policies in place.
Parents, schools, law enforcement and area agencies are taking a proactive approach at battling the drug problem in the suburbs.
The Boardman student newspaper, The Boardman Bugle switched to an online only format and readership is flourishing.
St. Patrick's Day Parade to unite the Irish and non-Irish.
Reed Metzka of New Middletown shows off an antique Fitch whiskey bottle. Some of his antique milk bottles are displayed behind him.
The police department now has two houses for dogs in instances where they have no place to go.
Dozens of firefighters from multiple area departments, along with family and friends, said goodbye to Edwin “Sonny” Chinowth, former chief of the Western Reserve Joint Fire District, during his funeral service Friday. Chinowth died Sunday. He was 77.
The Canfield Robotics Team worked diligently on a snow day to finish their robot before a midnight deadline.