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16 Jul 19
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The three-day Kentucky Forecastle Festival in Louisville is a mid-size city festival featuring a mix of national rock, hip-hop and Americana acts, an enchanting waterfront backdrop, a user-friendly atmosphere layout and an emphasis on Ohio River's unpretentious bourbon and indie music tradition. RS was on site last weekend for installment payments in 2019; Here are […]

16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
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This tiny, Yellow & Blue vacation rental is built from a repurposed 20′ x 8’ shipping container by CargoHome based in Waco, Texas. These are the same guys who had built the Helm shipping container home a few months ago. Inside the 160-square-foot home is a living room, kitchen with dining table, a bedroom for […]

16 Jul 19
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July 11, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By Mike Leone   (Cortland, OH)…Though it wasn’t looking promising, the Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Sportsman Modified Series powered by Pace Performance finally was able to complete its first official Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Touring Series event of the season last Thursday at Expo Speedway.  Heavy thunderstorms rolled through […]

16 Jul 19
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LOWELLVILLE, Ohio (WKBN) – There are plans in place to build Lowellville into a destination point for new business, entertainment and housing. Lowellville is a village of just a thousand people — a small, quaint place where, except for the Monday car show and this week’s Mount Carmel festival, not much usually happens. With the support of the mayor and village council, that could soon change. WATCH: Architect lays out plans to build Lowellville into destination location On Monday, Lowellville Mayor Jim Iudiciani and an architect talked about the grand, ambitious plans for the little community’s future. “Retail, office, condos and that’s what we’re looking,” Iudiciani said. “People love water. We can be right on the water with that.” The water is the Mahoning River, which runs through Lowellville and is the center point for the development. Much of that will take place along Water Street next to the river, which is home to the Lowellville car show. Lowellville is also the endpoint for kayaking trips down the Mahoning, which are expected to increase in popularity. “So we talked about making Lowellville destination-oriented,” said Columbus architect and Boardman native Jeff Glavan. The mayor and village council brought in Glavan, who designed the plans now on display at village hall. “You start to walk down Water Street, then you do your wine, you do your cheese, your sandwiches, you do your upscale restaurants,” Glavan said. He said they’re also talking with doctors who would love to set up their offices in Lowellville. “Doctors that have specialized practices that are destination-oriented.” Across the bridge, where the set-up for this week’s festival was underway, the plan is to extend the road next to the Mount Carmel Society and put businesses there as well. One company is already interested. “We’re hoping to make it more R&D, research and development, and not any manufacturing. Just maybe some three multi-use buildings as well,” Iudiciani said. He said people interested in living in Lowellville could possibly be empty nesters looking for a good sunset over the river. But millennials could be interested as well. “The idea here was…’Let’s create that place where they would want to come back, stay, live, work and play.’ That’s what we’re trying to do,” Glavan said. Lowellville Village officials are also looking to redevelop what was a Sharon Steel plant years ago along the Mahoning River, adjacent to Struthers. They’re looking at the possibility of making it an industrial park.
16 Jul 19
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If someone had a crystal ball, they could tell you exactly what the future will be for Weirton. Unfortunately, there are no magic tools to make a short story. But, with a little help from a gift, I will tell you about the current path of the area. As it is already established, Weirton Steel […]

16 Jul 19
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  On the morning of Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 6:01 a.m. we departed Richmond bound for Chicago. Nice way to spend my birthday—a long 13 hour road trip.  We had a good reason for making the trip. Our oldest daughter, Lauren, husband, Doug, and two children, Caroline and Hudson are moving to Raleigh, North […]

15 Jul 19
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The consequences of de-control are reflected in many different ways. There are several books and articles written by Sherry Linkon and John Russo, two prominent students in work class studies, about this subject, and at this point, they discover that you can easily make a list of what will happen when the industry leaves . […]

15 Jul 19
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In good times and bad. ” T This is a quote from Dr. David Javersak, his former professor and local Ohio Valley historian, from his book "History of Weirton." There is a lot of truth in that statement. T And up until its own business, like any devoted company town. This episode will provide the […]

15 Jul 19
WTRF
When Koppers Plant closes it’s doors in the fall, 48 jobs will be gone, but there is potential for all 48 of those employees to land new jobs. It’s all thanks to the Follansbee Chamber of Commerce Job Fair. Pat Ford, the Executive Director of the Business Development Corporation of the Northern Panhandle said even though Koppers closing will hurt the economy, the Ohio Valley is still sitting in the middle of 87 billion dollars of private investment along the Ohio river. At the job fair on Saturday, you can expect plenty of businesses from across the valley including JSW Steel, Wheeling Nisshin, Mountain State Carbon, and many other companies ready to accept applications or resumes. These potential employers feel it’s important to be able to cater to not only members of the public, but also Kopper employees. The job fair will take place Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Vito’s 2 in Follansbee.
15 Jul 19
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15 Jul 19
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