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JOINS TEAM: Nathan Slussar has joined the Cedar One Realty team and will be working out of the Wintersville office. Slussar is a Jefferson County native who grew up in Toronto and graduated from Edison High School. He then enlisted in the United States Air Force where he traveled the world ...

National Ice Cream Month: Food stand is creative

By ERIN BORMETT Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — This is the second season that Sub Zero Desserts is operating out of their modified shipping container-turned-food stand, and owner Jess Rooney said they are keeping fairly steady business despite the unusual circumstances public food ...

Experts: Twitter breach troubling, undermines trust

HONG KONG (AP) — A breach in Twitter’s security that allowed hackers to break into the accounts of leaders and technology moguls is one of the worst attacks in recent years and may shake trust in a platform politicians and CEOs use to communicate with the public, experts said ...

Jumbos retired: British Airways bids farewell to Boeing 747s

By PAN PYLAS Associated Press LONDON — The “queen of the skies” will no longer don the red, white and blue of the Union Jack after British Airways retired its fleet of Boeing 747s on Friday as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The airline, which was the world’s biggest ...

Portman fully backs Lordstown Motors

LORDSTOWN — U.S. Sen. Rob Portman wants General Motors to invest in Lordstown Motors Corp. and its manufacturing plant, GM’s former Lordstown assembly facility, where the startup will build its all-electric Endurance pickup truck. “I think it makes all the sense in the world because this ...

Grocery industry honors two female leaders at Ziegenfelder

WHEELING — Lisa Allen and Breanna Humphries of the Ziegenfelder Co. have been named two of the 2020 Top Women in Grocery. Each year since 2007, Progressive Grocer has recognized women who strengthen the retail food industry by giving back to their communities. “I am honored to be named ...

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APPOINTED: Phillip Glyptis has been reappointed to serve as chair of the Ohio State Bar Association’s health care law committee, president Linda Tucci Teodosio has announced. Glyptis will serve a one-year term that began on July 1. He is an attorney in the Wheeling office of Burns White LLC. ...

Rural Pennsylvanians put up their own wireless tower

PHILADELPHIA — Big Valley is a living postcard of Pennsylvania. Jet-black buggies hug the shoulders of its long, straight roads and knobby-kneed foals prance in fields so green they look electrified. Most signs there urge motorists to repent and rejoice, or to buy fresh strawberries from the ...

Foster given Young Funeral Directors Distinguished Service Award

COLUMBUS — Jay J. Foster of J.E. Foster Funeral Homes of Toronto and Smithfield has been named the recipient of this year’s Young Funeral Directors Distinguished Service Award. The award is presented annually by the Ohio Funeral Directors Association and goes to the person who ...

Grand reopening

Dance by Hillary celebrated its grand reopening June 27 at its new location at Suite 22, 245 Three Springs Drive, inside the Three Springs Crossing business plaza. The school is owned and operated by Hillary Snyder. As part of the reopening, guests were offered refreshments, music, free ...