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BOARDMAN, Ohio -- A foster care and adoption agency that focuses on hard-to-place and at-risk kids could soon be ready to care for as many as 30 children, its executive director predicts.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The company that owns 25 McDonald's restaurants in Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania may upgrade nearly a third of those stores in 2012, its owner said.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- More than 200 Teamsters who work as blood collection workers and mobile unit assistants for the American Red Cross in Northern Ohio announced Thursday that they intend to strike Feb. 14 over concerns about donor safety.
The workers, represented by Teamsters Local 507 in Cleveland, say they have been trying to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement for months, but the Red Cross is insisting on cutting health-care benefits and reducing staff to unsafe levels, the union claims. The local represents workers in a 19-county region.
NILES, Ohio -- A new hotel being proposed for the Eastwood Mall Complex could get under way by spring, and may not be the only one in the works for Trumbull County, the county's chief tourism official says.
The Cafaro Co., the Youngstown real estate development company that owns and operates the Eastwood Mall, announced Tuesday it is in discussions to build a four-story hotel and banquet/conference center that would be attached to the mall. The additions to the complex would be located in space now utilized as a service court.
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio -- Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Retirement Services has introduced a new brand identity for its home health care division. Formerly known as Shepherd of the Valley Home Health Care, the program is now called At Home With Shepherd.