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Senate debates postal service’s best route forward

By Karl Henkel khenkel@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The end of the moratorium on post-office closings


First Place boards terminate president, CEO Steven Lewis

Staff report WARREN Steven R. Lewis, president and chief executive officer of First Place


Lordstownn industrial park gains $2M grant, 5 prospects

By Karl Henkel khenkel@vindy.com LORDSTOWN An Ohio Commerce Center representative says it is


YSU chief, faculty study money matters

The taste of bitter contract negotiations between Youngstown State University and its faculty last year seems to have mostly subsided, or so it seemed during a Wednesday meeting between the president and faculty members.


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Natural gas industry in a crash (and burn)

NATURAL-GAS PRICES HIT 10-YEAR LOW

There are two reasons your heating bills likely were significantly less this past winter than in other years: the unseasonably warm weather and rock- bottom natural-gas prices.


Proposed fee focal point of open session at YSU

A proposed transportation fee was the focal point of a question-and-answer session among Youngstown State University President Cynthia Anderson, students and faculty.


Police arrest 3 at lease signing

Goshen Township police have identified the three individuals arrested Sunday at an oil and gas lease signing. All three are from outside the Mahoning Valley.


Gasser Chair Co. odds-on fave

Gasser Chair Co. Inc. President Mark Gasser and account manager Chris Dravis stand by a chair assembled at Gasser’s Mahoning Valley factory. The chair will be used in the Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland, set to open in May.


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In Texas, gas wells everywhere

A gas-drilling rig operates on the banks of the Trinity River just east of downtown Fort Worth, Texas. The rig is working for Chesapeake Energy to extract natural gas from the Barnett Shale.


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Natural gas drives TCU efforts

Unbelievably, the most-unique aspect of Ken Morgan’s Honda Civic is not the large, purple horned frog draped across the vehicle’s bright white exterior.


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