GIRARD, Ohio -- James Bacon, a director at Bolt Construction Inc., Poland, says the development of compressed natural gas stations across Ohio stands to benefit his business in two ways.
First, more CNG fueling stations means that drivers operating trucks converted to run on CNG fuel will have more locations to fill up. Second, since Bolt Construction works in the oil and gas industry, the more natural gas that is used, the better for the company's customers and its overall business.
CLEVELAND -- David S. Owens, the owner of three businesses based in Canfield, is charged with one count of failure to account for and pay more than $570,000 in federal employment tax. The bill of information was announced Tuesday by Steven M. Dettelbach, United States attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Schwebel Baking Co. issued a statement shortly after 2 p.m. today announcing that "it has halted production at its Youngstown bakery and has initiated an assessment of a possible product quality issue. As a precautionary measure, the company is voluntarily withdrawing any potentially affected products," the statement said.
"The issue involves the discovery of listeria following a scheduled environmental assessment of the Youngstown bakery."
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- Rise Pies, the first unit in a planned national chain of fast casual pizza restaurants, will open Sept. 2 in the Shops at Boardman Park, principals announced Monday. Construction at 439 Boardman-Poland Road, previously occupied by the former Peet’s Coffee & Tea and Cold Stone Creamery, began last week.
In addition to the Boardman location, a second location is planned at the new University Town Center in Sarasota, Fla. in October and additional lease contracts are lined up around the country.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Covelli Centre posted an impressive $382,605 profit for the first half of 2014, its strongest earnings for the period since the arena opened in 2005.
A financial report released by the city shows that the Covelli Centre saw a net profit of just $577 for the quarter ended June 30, but budgeted for a loss of $93,840.
The arena budgeted a net income of $284,570 for the first six months of 2014, but earned nearly $100,000 more during the period because of several high-profile shows, including Elton John's sold out performance Feb. 1.
- Rise Pies Chain to Launch at Boardman Shops - July 22, 2014
- Record Profit for Covelli Centre's First 6 Months - July 21, 2014
- Russia's Severstal Sells Its Remaining US Plants - July 21, 2014
- Hollywood Gaming Posts Final Group of Job Openings - July 18, 2014
- Youngstown Approves $50K to Aid SalesKatz Expansion - July 18, 2014
- Y-town Vodka Draws More Customers, Distributor - July 17, 2014
- Lems Shoes Reshapes Footwear, Online Sales - July 17, 2014
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