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Cortland Bancorp stock falls for second day in a row

Cortland Bancorp lost 30 cents in trading Thursday, adding to its nickel loss on Wednesday to close at $22.65 per share. First Niles Financial stood pat again, closing at $7.75 per share.

Vehicle sales move ahead

WARREN — Automobile dealers in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties eight months into the year continued to stay ahead of the sales pace set in 2018. Dealerships in the region through August sold 74,425 vehicles to buyers across Ohio, up 7.4 percent from 69,277 for the same period ...

Settlement reached in Vista suit

LORDSTOWN — A settlement between a defunct window maker and its former employees who sued after they were abruptly locked out is final. A federal court judge in Youngstown has approved the agreement between Vista Window Company and more than 100 ex-workers in a class-action lawsuit against ...

Cortland Bancorp drops slightly

Cortland Bancorp lost a nickel in trading Wednesday, closing at $22.95 per share. First Niles Financial stood pat, closing at $7.75 per share.

Local bank stocks reported

Cortland Bancorp stood pat again in trading Tuesday to close at $23 per share. After gaining 75 cents in trading Monday, First Niles Financial also stood pat Tuesday, closing at $7.75 per share.

Business briefs

LENNOX SEEKS NOMINATIONS TO HELP FAMILIES: Lennox Industries, with Gault Heating & Cooling, is seeking nominations through its national community outreach program to provide warmth for households in need in the Youngstown area this winter. The Lennox “Feel The Love” program invites ...

Local financial stocks mixed

First Niles Financial dropped 44 cents to $7.10 per share in trading Wednesday, while Cortland Bancorp increased 19 cents, closing at $23.24 per share.

Area financial stocks stagnant on Tuesday

First Niles Financial held steady at $7.54 per share in trading Tuesday. Cortland Bancorp also remained unchanged, closing at $23.05 per share.

Local financial stocks stall

First Niles Financial lost a penny in trading Monday to close at $7.54 per share. Cortland Bancorp remained unchanged to open the week, closing at $23.05 a share.

GM transfers tell moving stories

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — General Motors transplants have heard the whispers and read the online comments. They’ve endured rude remarks from residents bold enough to say out loud that local jobs are stolen when GM workers transfer in from out of state. Perhaps no other local workers attract as ...