SPONSORED BY

Government: Ryan Announces $906K for Hazardous Waste Cleanup Training | September 23, 2015

Ryan Announces $906K for Hazardous Waste Cleanup Training

AKRON, Ohio – A $906,511 federal grant to the Akron International Chemical Workers Union will support training programs for workers dealing with hazardous waste. Made available through the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the funds will be used to support the development of model programs for the training and education of workers engaged in […]

Government: Regional Chamber Opposes Proposed Ozone Standards | September 14, 2015

Regional Chamber Opposes Proposed Ozone Standards

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber is joining federal and state officials and business groups in Ohio to oppose proposed changes in the National Ambient Air Quality Standard rules for ground-level ozone emissions. The chamber cited data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that showed ozone levels across the country fell more than […]

Government: Johnson Apologizes to Future Victims of ‘Iranian Nuclear Attack’ | September 10, 2015

Johnson Apologizes to Future Victims of ‘Iranian Nuclear Attack’

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-6 Ohio, took to the floor of the House of Representatives Wednesday to “present a plausible scenario and an apology … to the survivors and to every victim for what will forever be known as the Iranian nuclear attack.” Johnson’s said he didn’t expect his apology would be noted […]

Government: McKinley’s Librarian in Niles Figured It Was ‘Inevitable’ | August 31, 2015

McKinley’s Librarian in Niles Figured It Was ‘Inevitable’

NILES, Ohio — Patrick Finan knew when he watched The Daily Show July 2 that Mount McKinley’s days were numbered. Finan, the director of the McKinley Memorial Library here, says he watched as the fake-news program satirized William McKinley as Ohio’s “mediocre son,” and the effort by Ohio politicians to thwart native Alaskans’ attempt to […]