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Friday, February 5, 2016

CLEVELAND — Ohio’s Federal Research Network has awarded Case Western Reserve University $1.65 million over two years to research and develop energy storage resources for the defense and aerospace industries, the university announced Friday. The award is an aspect of the state’s strategy to stimulate economic development and create jobs. The state award was made […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

CLEVELAND — Ohio’s Federal Research Network has awarded Case Western Reserve University $1.65 million over two years to research and develop energy storage resources for the defense and aerospace industries, the university announced Friday. The award is an aspect of the state’s strategy to stimulate economic development and create jobs. The state award was made […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Motor vehicle issues topped the list of the categories of complaints filed with the Ohio Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section in 2015, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine reported today. The consumer protection office recorded more than 27,000 complaints last year, according to the news release issued this morning. “Through our complaint process, […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Motor vehicle issues topped the list of the categories of complaints filed with the Ohio Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section in 2015, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine reported today. The consumer protection office recorded more than 27,000 complaints last year, according to the news release issued this morning. “Through our complaint process, […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

NEW WILMNGTON, Pa., — Westminster College is moving forward on a “tiny house” project. The board of trustees recently approved phase one of the project, according to a news release from the college. Tiny Houses are loosely categorized as homes that are between 100 and 400 square-feet. These houses, which have piqued social and environmental […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

NEW WILMNGTON, Pa., — Westminster College is moving forward on a “tiny house” project. Westminster’s board of trustees recently approved phase one of the project, according to a news release from the college. Tiny Houses are loosely categorized as homes that are between 100 and 400 square-feet. These houses, which have piqued social and environmental […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The final official notice that Parker Hannifin will close its Gear Pump plant at 2701 Intertech Drive has been received the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services. The WARN notice, required by the Workers Adjustment and Retaining Notification Act, also was addressed to the mayor of Youngstown, which Parker Hannifin’s letter, […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

VIENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Less than a week after federal regulators approved Aerodynamics Inc.’s request to provide service to Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, another carrier has cme forward with an objection to the approval. Executive Express Aviation LLC filed the objection Wednesday to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Jan. 28 issuance of its order awarding a […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

By Jackie Stewart, Energy in Depth CANFIELD, Ohio – After just a handful of years in production, Ohio’s Utica shale is supporting initiatives at every level of the state’s government.  From maintaining local municipal roads, increasing sales tax revenues, and bolstering county and school budgets; millions upon millions of the dollars generated from oil and […]

Friday, February 5, 2016

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty is among the “100 Most Influential in Business Ethics” as ranked by Ethisphere magazine. McNulty, a former deputy U.S. attorney general and one of the nation’s top compliance counselor, was ranked 24 in the category of thought leadership. Since 2007, Ethisphere has compiled the […]

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