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Shelf life

Auto body collision students are giving some old shelving new life in a special project with the Indian Creek Local School District. Shelving from the media center at Wintersville Elementary is getting a makeover for placement at Hills Elementary in Mingo Junction as part of that building’s ...

ALDI debuts remodeled Steubenville location

STEUBENVILLE — ALDI has completed renovations at its Steubenville location. Improvements at the store, located at 4150 Mall Drive, are part of an ongoing initiative to remodel and expand existing stores nationwide, the company explained. The Steubenville store will be open daily from 9 ...

EGCC board extends tuition waiver

STEUBENVILLE — Eastern Gateway Community College’s Board of Trustees voted Thursday to extend the college’s tuition waiver for this summer and fall for its four-county service district. The Gateway Guarantee, which is subject to approval by the Ohio Department of Higher Education, will be ...

Buckeye Local power mechanics course revs students for success

BLOOMINGDALE — Students partaking in the power mechanics program at Jefferson County Vocational School have opportunities to work in a multitude of industries and on systems both great and small. Pupils learn how to repair and maintain equipment in everything from weed eaters to vehicles ...

Natural gas drilling firms repel Pennsylvania’s antitrust lawsuit

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s highest court has delivered a victory for natural gas exploration firms, ruling that the state attorney general’s office doesn’t have authority under state law to sue them on consumer protection grounds over their mineral rights-leasing practices. The ...

Recharged: Energy seen as big winner after disastrous 2020

Energy companies spent the first quarter of 2021 recharging from a draining year. Wall Street expects that growth to continue as energy companies and many of the other companies beaten down by the virus benefit from the vaccine push aimed at bringing the pandemic to an end. Marathon Oil, ...

Real estate transfers

The following real estate transfers were recorded in Jefferson County: John and Dorothy McPeak to Carol Hill, .26 acre, Smithfield Township. Bruner Land Co. Inc. to Vincent and Tanya Cunningham, 59.826 acres, Ross Township (survivorship). Granatir Andrew J. Trust to Lance Wargo, lot 64, ...

Outpatient addiction treatment center opens

BRILLIANT —Key to a person overcoming addiction is that he or she must want it, so Brilliant Treatment Services involves its patients in planning treatment that addresses their body, mind and spirit, said Chris Byers, regional vice president of Pinnacle Treatment Services. Located at 1479 ...

City Family Medicine offers variety of treatment

FOLLANSBEE — Area residents seeking medical attention have a new option with the opening of City Family Medicine in Follansbee. Located on the second floor of Hood’s Pharmacy at 971 Main St. and accessible by elevator, the medical practice is run by Paul Marino, a board certified nurse ...

Officers Elected to NFIB Leadership Council for Ohio

COLUMBUS — A local business owner has been re-elected as vice chair of the leadership council of Ohio’s chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business. Albert Macre, owner of Steubenville-based Albert F. Macre and Co., will serve another one-year term with the organization. ...