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Back on the job

October 1, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — All permanent Northside Health Center nurses were back on the job Monday after what the union is terming a “selective lockout” ende. more »»

Former Baard CEO heading to Ashtabula plant

October 1, 2013 LISBON — The man behind an energy plant previously planned for Columbiana County instead will lead plans to build a smaller version of a similar plant in Ashtabula County. more »»

Pennant Midstream to build new pipeline

October 1, 2013 NEW MIDDLETOWN — A new $60 million, 38-mile natural gas liquids pipeline was announced Monday, planned to link to a processing plant already under construction her. more »»

Business briefs

October 1, 2013 Energy company eyes rail purchase EAST LIVERPOOL — A tentative agreement has been reached to sell the Columbiana County Port Authority’s railroad to a subsidiary of major player in the shale gas boom. more »»

Events to highlight National Manufacturing Day

September 30, 2013 The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition and the Industry Partners of Lawrence and Mercer Counties are coordinating a series of open houses throughout the Ohio-Pennsylvania Interstate Region on... more »»

Communities explore natural gas vehicles

September 29, 2013 WARREN — Hoping to capitalize in some way on the growth of the natural gas and oil well industry in Ohio, some governments and businesses in Trumbull County are asking for a state grant to explore... more »»

Obama looks at new tech

September 29, 2013 In continuing efforts to lead the world in emerging technologies that could create high tech manufacturing jobs, President Obama this week launched the new Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Steerin... more »»

Gas-to-liquids plant planned for Ashtabula County

September 24, 2013 ASHTABULA — Houston-based Pinto Energy LLC, a developer of “Gas-to-Liquid” processing facilities, plans to build a 2,800-barrel-per-day natural gas processing plant just east of Ashtabula. more »»

Local home sales dip

September 24, 2013 WARREN — Home buyers closed on fewer Trumbull and Mahoning County homes last month, but they were spending more for the homes they bought, according to local real estate statistic. more »»

Chamber offers JEDD?training

September 24, 2013 LIBERTY — The Regional Chamber will host an economic development forum titled “Joint Economic Development Districts 101: How JEDDs can pay off for your community and spur economic growth” next mont... more »»

Allegiant again canceling flights to check MD-80s

September 24, 2013 Allegiant Air is telling passengers that 12 flights are canceled while it continues to overhaul emergency slides on its MD-80 aircraft, but flights to and from the local airport remain unaffected. more »»

Youngstown city has fixed rate for gas program

September 23, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown officials have established a 12-month rate for natural gas for members of the city’s program. more »»

Local exports climb to top ranking

September 22, 2013 WARREN — A sharp increase in the amount of locally made metal products, petroleum or coal products and motor vehicles helped make the Youngstown metro area number one in the nation in export growth... more »»

Local flights unaffected by Allegiant grounding

September 21, 2013 Allegiant Air has discovered issues involving the emergency exit slides on more than half of its MD80 aircraft, but late Friday, officials said the problem was not expected to affect flights at the... more »»

Republic increases steel production

September 21, 2013 CANTON — Republic Steel has re-started steel production on a furnace at its Canton melt shop that experienced a transformer failure last mont. more »»

Port support group gains nonprofit status

September 19, 2013 VIENNA — A community support group for the local airport has garnered nonprofit status, an important step in its work to grow funds that could help market the airport to commercial airlines. more »»

Brownfield sites to be assessed for cleanup

September 19, 2013 VIENNA — Two Ohio-based environmental consultants could begin their work of assessing more than a dozen brownfield sites in Trumbull County for environmental concerns and possible remediation for... more »»

Students see seismic test up close

September 19, 2013 NORTH JACKSON — Vibrations triggered by the large Tidelands Geophysical C. more »»

RTI secures supply deals

September 18, 2013 RTI International Metals, Inc. more »»

Jumpstarting success

September 15, 2013 Siemens Corp. President and CEO Eric Spiegel has good reasons for giving $440 million in software and training to Youngstown State University, and the least of them might be his Mahoning Valley roots. more »»

 
 

 

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