Local News

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

LISBON, Ohio – Even with the slowdown in the oil and natural gas drilling industry, the business climate in Columbiana County is still on the upswing, several companies reported Tuesday at the Business Expo & Trade Show. In addition to the oil and gas industry, manufacturing and health care are going strong. “We see people […]

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

LISBON, Ohio – Even with the slowdown in the oil and natural gas drilling industry, the business climate in Columbiana County is still on the upswing, several companies reported Tuesday at the Business Expo & Trade Show. In addition to the oil and gas industry, manufacturing and health care are going strong. “We see people […]

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Just five permits for new horizontal wells were issued for sites in the Utica shale for the week ended July 25, indicating the slowdown in exploration activity in the oil and gas play isn’t lifting anytime soon. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued four permits to Gulfport Energy for wells in […]

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Soap Gallery, a new for-profit fine art gallery, will open in October at 117 S. Champion St., in the building formerly occupied by the Purple Cat. The Soap Gallery’s majority owners are Stephen Poullas and Daniel Rauschenbach; Chris Yambar and Sarra M. Mohn are minority owners of the venture. “We want […]

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

POLAND, Ohio – With the opening of Coaches Burger Bar at Five Points, Patrick Howlett and Stacy Sam have tried to bring the taste and feel of a big city burger restaurant to the Mahoning Valley The co-owners, Howlett and Sam, cut the ribbon to officially open their 3,000-square-foot restaurant on Springfield Road Monday morning. […]

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Carl E. Avers, the CEO of Youngstown Thermal LLC, was something of a white knight in the 1980s when the downtown steam system was rescued from Ohio Edison, then expanded and updated with a $7 million investment. Installation of a district cooling system followed in 1996 as Avers widened his business horizons […]

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Carl E. Avers, the CEO of Youngstown Thermal LLC, was something of a white knight in the 1980s when the downtown steam system was rescued from Ohio Edison, then expanded and updated with a $7 million investment. Installation of a district cooling system followed in 1996 as Avers widened his business horizons […]

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