The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will provide nearly $7.5 million to Ohio to address harmful algae blooms in Lake Erie, most of it as grants to help farmers pay for practices that keep algae-feeding nutrients on the farm and out of the lake. Federal lawmakers and EPA administrators announced the grants Monday at the University…
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LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The 1 millionth Chevy Cruze was raffled off at the GM Lordstown plant on Wednesday. Sharon Frey of Mineral Ridge got to drive home the car she builds. She is a team leader and member of United Auto Workers Local 112.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — While exports represent big business for Ohio, it’s not big companies driving the lucrative trade. Small to medium-sized firms account for nearly 90 percent of Ohio’s exports, which have risen to record levels. U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, the top U.S. trade ambassador, made that point Thursday while on a visit to…
Six United States senators urged federal regulators Thursday to require stronger warning labels on e-cigarettes. In a letter to the Food and Drug Administration, the senators said labels should warn consumers of “the known dangers of nicotine use,” including risks to adolescent brain development.
MARION – Add U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown to the list of politicians that have toured RAMTEC, Marion’s Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Center.
CLEVELAND, Ohio –Manufacturing is rebounding nationwide, and in Northeast Ohio the uptick is taking shape with new jobs, new businesses and more programs aimed at helping people who make things find new ways to innovate.
WARREN, Ohio (AP) – A Vietnam veteran from Texas who moved to Ohio this year has received a Bronze Star and other overdue medals for his military service.