Uneasy Chug on Recovery Track

In this issue, business owners and residents still wonder what the future of East Palestine will look like. Also, Jim Conlin, new-car sales manager at Greenwood Chevrolet in Austintown, says Chevy Bolt sales have jumped; and a new brewpub and distillery brings life back to New Castle.

October 2023 Issue

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Uneasy Chug on Recovery Track in East Palestine

Growers on Guard Against Spotted Lanternfly

Egg Drop Gives Students a Crack at Physics

Journal Opinion: Reckoning for UAW and Industry

Eclectic Entrepreneurs Like Small Downtowns

Hope Awaits At Bus Stop

Soukenik to Retire from 717, Demmler to Become New CEO

Investors Eye $40M Apartment Project in Warren

Skilled Trades Expo Opens Eyes to Opportunities

Brewery, Distillery Bring Life Back to New Castle

Millwood Inc. Opens New Plant in Lordstown

Commentary: Here’s Looking at Second Chances

Commentary: Euphemisms

Charging Forward in EV Marketplace

Community Improvement Corp. Works to Boost East Liverpool

Joanie Abdu Breast Care Center Reaches Underserved Women

Shovels Turn For United Way Center

Bake Me Treats Expands with Shop in Salem

Restaurant Specialties Go on Grocery Shelves

Utica Leasing Activity Up, Royalties Down

Column: The Role of Mental Health In Battling Cancer

Oh-Penn Initiative Lands $950K Grant

Brier Hill: It’s a Pizza Tradition in Valley

Mobile Mammography Expands Access to Care

It’s Been a Busy Year at Columbiana County Port Authority

Column: A Dreamer’s Guide to Marketing

Guy Fieri Wines Pour into Valley with Push from Son