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WARREN, Ohio -- The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership spent 2014 “returning derelict vacant properties to productive use,” helping residents become homeowners, restoring houses, encouraging urban farms and more healthful diets, its executive director, Matt Martin says.
In its 12-page annual report, released Friday, the partnership recapped its community outreach efforts, urban farm activities, and work with the Trumbull County Land Bank as it razed dilapidated vacant houses, improved and restored other houses, and helped Warren residents become homeowners.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- CTW Development Corp. plans to further develop land south of the retail plaza in Boardman it purchased Thursday.
The acquisition is part of CTW’s efforts to position itself with more real estate in the Boardman-Canfield area, says Chuck Whitman, CTW president.
“We believe in the area. We believe that growth is coming back to the Valley,” he remarks.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Penn National Gaming Inc. officials say they are basing their expectations for Austintown’s Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course on early performance figures for its Hollywood Casino in Toledo.
On a conference call to discuss Penn National’s fourth-quarter performance, Timothy Wilmott, president and CEO, and Jay Snowden, chief operating officer, praised the early performance of the company’s two new Ohio properties, the Austintown racino and Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, which opened last year.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Community Foundations National Standards Board has again accredited the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, CFMV announced today.
The Community Foundations National Standards Board is a national authority that reviews community foundations for operational excellence, according to the news release. CFMV is the only community foundation in the Mahoning Valley with national standards accreditation.
VIENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Officials with the Western Reserve Port Authority say they’re optimistic that the U.S. Department of Transportation could reverse its recent order issued to Aerodynamics Inc. following the company’s announced change in leadership.