LORDSTOWN, Ohio -- A 57-acre plot in this village is the perfect place to construct an $800 million power generation plant because it sits near an "electrical highway" of power lines that connect Cleveland and Pittsburgh, says the executive of a Boston-area energy company.
Clean Energy Future LLC, formed in 2011 and based in Manchester, Mass., is looking to build a natural-gas-fueled power plant at 1107 Carson Salt Springs Road, reports its president, Bill Siderewicz.
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- The commercial division of Northwood Realty Services reports two new agreements will bring a grocery store to Craig Beach and a Dollar General to Niles.
A new 12,700-square-foot Sparkle Market is under renovation at 1428 Grandview Ave. in Craig Beach, near Lake Milton, site of a former IGA supermarket.
Also, Northwood reports that a new 10,000-square-foot Dollar General store is under construction on Robbins Avenue in Niles.
Northwood agent John Horvath completed both transactions.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- TourismOhio is launching its ad campaign, “Too Much Fun for Just One Day” earlier than ever before for the spring-summer travel season, the state tourism department announced Monday. This year’s media campaign. launched yesterday, will run a month longer as well -- through the end of July.
TourismOhio has a new pilot funding model based on revenue generated from Ohio tourism industries. With twice the funding as previous years, additional spending can be conducted to help tell the Ohio story, says Mary L. Cusick, chief of TourismOhio.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 4 will see $433.4 million in projects launch or continue this year, including $63.3 million in Mahoning County and $44.7 million in Trumbull County. That includes $14.4 million in upcoming work in Mahoning and $17.8 million in Trumbull.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- JobsOhio and its chief investment officer, John Minor, today announced that GE has chosen Greater Cincinnati for its new U.S. Global Operations Center. The project is expected to create 1,400 new jobs in Ohio.
GE will break ground on the facility this summer and expects it to be fully operational by 2017.
- ODOT Projects: $63.3M in Mahoning, $44.7M in Trumbull - April 11, 2014
- General Electric Bringing 1400 Jobs to Cincinnati - April 10, 2014
- State Minority-Business Office Opens in Youngstown - April 9, 2014
- Collaboration Demolishes Idora Neighborhood Nuisance House - April 8, 2014
- Oak Hill Collaborative Makes a Difference to Create Jobs - April 7, 2014
- Warren Site 'Best' Choice for Laird's Cattron Division - April 4, 2014
- Cattron to Announce Plant, HQ Move to Warren - April 3, 2014
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