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  • CANFIELD, Ohio — As the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition approaches its fifth anniversary, its members are starting to see the group’s strategic plan pan out. Industrial education classes at local vocational schools, teaching primarily machining and welding, are at capacity. Businesses are...
  • MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio — Middlefield Banc Corp., parent of the Middlefield Banking Co., announced today that it will acquire Liberty Bank N.A., Beachwood, and pay $40.8 million for its three offices in Beachwood, Solon and Twinsburg and loan production office in Wooster. One of The Middlefield Banking...
  • WARREN, Ohio — The weather will determine the pace of the last scene of the last act — the demolition of the blast furnace of the last steel mill here. The blast furnace is all that remains of the Trumbull Cliffs furnace built in record time in 1921, which became the largest in the world […]

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