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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Prima Health Care’s new campus in Beaver Township will accommodate continued growth by the company, its president, Nick DeMaiolo, says.
Prima Health Care is targeting “early 2016” to complete construction of the two-story building, which DeMaiolo acknowledges is a “moving target” given northeastern Ohio weather.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Youngstown State University ranked 10th on a list of the best colleges and universities in Ohio.
The list, prepared by CollegeCompare.com, consists of schools that produce a variety of four-year degrees in the state of Ohio based on their performance in an independent evaluation process by the CollegeCompare’s independent research team.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 14 horizontal well permits during the week ended Jan. 31 to five companies exploring the Utica shale for oil and gas reserves, the agency reports.
According to ODNR's website, Gulfport Energy Corp. received four new permits to drill wells in Belmont County, while Eclipse Resources secured four new permits for wells in Noble County.
Energy companies are concentrating exploration efforts in the southern tier of the play, a region that's produced some of the Utica's most powerful wells.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Dr. Terry Engelder, professor in the geosciences department at Pennsylvania State University, will speak on “Imbibition: The Major Reason Why Fracking Fluid Is Most Unlikely to Mix With Groundwater Along Natural Pathways” tonight at Youngstown State University.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- In today's "3 Minutes With," Gil Goldberg, district director of the Cleveland District for the U.S. Small Business Administration, discusses combatting “rumors and innuendo” about the Affordable Care Act and getting information out to small businesses about the options they have for providing health-care coverage under the new law. SBA officials participated in a seminar at YSU (READ STORY).
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The company that operated the Metroplex Hotel and Conference Center in Liberty Township is seeking $12.5 million from township and Girard city officials in a civil rights lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Auto sales increased in January for all three domestic automakers, with General Motors Co. reporting the biggest increase, up 18%.
Sales of GM’s Chevrolet Cruze, built in Lordstown, were up 11.1% in January from a year earlier with 18,693 units sold across the country.
The car was Chevy's third-best selling vehicle behind the Silverado – 36,106 units sold, a nearly 25% increase – and the Equinox – 19,555 sold, a 34.4% increase. As a brand, Chevrolet sold 142,882 cars, trucks and SUVs in January, a 20% rise from a year ago, GM reported today.
CORTLAND, Ohio -- Cortland Bancorp, holding company of Cortland Banks, Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $543,000, or 12 cents a share, and full-year 2014 net income of $3.87 million, or 85 cents per share.
This compares with third-quarter net income of $955,000, or 21 cents a share, and a fourth-quarter 2013 net loss of $463,000, or 11 cents a share. Full-year 2013 income was $1.78 million.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Gil Goldberg wants small businesses to understand that they have options in how they provide health-care coverage. That was the key message the director for the Cleveland District of the U.S. Small Business Administration wanted to impart during Monday’s seminar on the Affordable Care Act.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- It took more than five years of economic recovery – the Great Recession officially ended in June 2009 – before small businesses and consumers here at last felt they were in one.
The reasons why are many and varied. A.J. Sumell, professor of economics at Youngstown State University, notes that the economy is in its sixth year of expansion. “The difference this year,” he says, “is people are starting to feel it.”