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Business

Radio station has a new name

STEUBENVILLE — A longtime radio voice in the city has a new owner, new call letters and a new format. The former WDIG-AM officially changed to WIXZ-AM, pronounced “Whick-see,” on Dec. 4 after it was purchased by Bob Scharnhorst. It can be found at 950 on the AM dial. Scharnhorst said ...

Capital Recovery Systems reaches milestone

COLUMBUS — Capital Recovery Systems Inc., a full-service receivables management and debt collection agency serving the local government sector, has reached the $250 million collection milestone for its Ohio government clients. “We are quite proud of reaching this milestone,” said Dennis ...

Fort, visitor center are sponsoring Spring Fling Shopping Day

STEUBENVILLE — As a way to promote efforts to shop locally, Historic Fort Steuben and the Steubenville Visitor Center are hosting a Spring Fling Shopping Day and Shopper’s Tea from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 27. “We have so many neat little gift shops all over town that people don’t even ...

Harvey-Smith tapped to lead Pittsburgh Technical College

OAKDALE, Pa. – Alicia B. Harvey-Smith has been named president of Pittsburgh Technical College. Harvey-Smith, whose appointment will be effective July 1, brings nearly three decades of experience in academic leadership to the school, which formerly was Pittsburgh Technical ...

Quick Takes

READY TO START UP: The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Ohio Small Business Development Centers and business and community services at Kent State University will present New Business Start Up, an overview of issues related to starting and ...

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS

The following real estate transactions were recorded in Jefferson County: Mary Vale to Kelsi Peck, lot 74, Rodger’s Third. Ricky and Lori Border to Seth Miller, 0.389716, Cross Creek Township. Charles and Mary Henry to Randal McClung, 0.5432 acre, Ross Township. Mark Keenan to Sandra ...