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Salem Community Hospital announces appointments

February 20, 2013 SCH appoints Wheeler as director of plant operations SALEM — Salem Community Hospital has announced the appointment of Jerry Wheeler as director of plant operations. more »»

Workers at Fresh Mark ratify contract

February 8, 2013 SALEM — Union workers at the Fresh Mark meat-packing plant recently ratified a new four-year contract which includes yearly wage increases and a slight increase to weekly co-pays for medical benefits. more »»

Salem business recognized as one of safest companies in area

February 7, 2013 SALEM— Haltec Corporation will be recognized by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation today for attaining hard-to-get Safety and Health Achievement Program (SHARP) status from the federal... more »»

Area business stakes claim to being the first and only

January 28, 2013 CANFIELD — Being the first and only doesn’t last long these days. But for now, Lissa Bell, owner of Lissa’s Naturals, a holistic skin care and wellness company, is just that. more »»

Smokin’ Marty’s BBQ open for business

December 7, 2012 A red ribbon-cutting was held Monday for a new business, Smokin’ Marty’s BBQ, located at 139 North Ellsworth Avenue. more »»

Natural Solutions expands

November 28, 2012 Natural Solutions beauty salon held a ribbon-cutting for a new, expanded salon in its retail boutique at 465 E. State St. on Tuesday. more »»

Area counties called ‘core of the core’ by Chesapeake’s CEO

November 21, 2012 SALEM — During Chesapeake Energy’s third quarter earnings call this month, CEO Aubrey McClendon called Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties the “core of the core” in the Utica Shale Play. more »»

Anchor Drilling Fluids USA holds opening in Wellsville

November 19, 2012 By RICHARD SBERNA Special to the Salem News WELLSVILLE — Officials from Anchor Drilling Fluids USA, the largest independent supplier of drilling fluids in the U.S. more »»

Trumbull County gas well on hold

September 30, 2012 VIENNA — The energy company that holds a permit for one of two Trumbull County horizontal natural gas wells has put the well on hold. more »»

Gas industry could fuel airport growth

September 30, 2012 VIENNA —The emerging natural gas and oil industry might not make it easy to develop the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, but it might make it easier, according to planners who have already bee... more »»

Cruze sales hit record in August

September 5, 2012 The Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cruze posted its best-ever monthly sales in August, General Motors Co. reported Tuesday. The record Cruze sales helped push the auto-maker's sales up 10. more »»

Class shows employment opportunities from drilling

July 8, 2012 WARREN — Tom Horton said he took a leap of faith when he quit his landscaping job to attend Eastern Gateway Community College's shale natural gas trainin. more »»

Panel: Economy to blast off with shale

July 1, 2012 BOARDMAN — Drilling, construction, servicing and other value-added business linked to the coming natural gas shale drilling boom is projected to multiply nearly 30 times from 2011 to 201. more »»

Cruze sales drop but not GM’s optimism

May 6, 2012 Three fewer selling days and comparison with unusually strong sales a year ago made Chevrolet Cruze sales look weaker than normal in April, but General Motors officials focused on the upside for the... more »»

Former Salem resident earns leadership award

April 15, 2012 AKRON — Former Salem resident Michael R. Oesch, CPA, MSA, Bruner-Cox LLP Assurance Services Manager, has been named one of Stark County's Twenty under 40! professionals. more »»

SHS graduate Wilms appointed Akron’s chief prosecutor

April 15, 2012 AKRON — Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic announced on March 29 the appointment of Gertrude Wilms as Akron’s chief prosecutor following the retirement of Prosecutor Doug Powley. more »»

Citing EPA regulation, Patriot Water Treatment closing doors

April 1, 2012 WARREN — Patriot Water Treatment President Andrew Blocksom announced Friday that the company will issue two-week notices to all of their 25 employees, as the facility prepares to cease operations... more »»

Gas prices boost sales of Lordstown-built Cruze

March 4, 2012 Special to the Salem News Boosted by rising gasoline prices, sales of the Chevrolet Cruze compact car surged past the 20,000 mark in February for the first time since August, according to General... more »»

Study: Shale could bring 65,000 job statewide

March 4, 2012 A new study suggests that oil and gas drilling could mean as many as 65,000 jobs and a roughly $4.9 billion increase in the state's economy by 2014. more »»

 
 
 

 

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