A boost from the oil and gas industry has begun to trickle through Muskingum County again, according
ROXBURY TWP. – There’s building restoration, and then there’s historically accurate building restoration.
And that’s the direction the Lake Hopatcong Foundation took when it came to restoring and replacing the original ceramic tiles on the roof of the old Landing train station.
“We’re so excited to see the quick progress on the installation of the tile roof. The 6,000 historically accurate, glazed clay roofing tiles from Ludowici Roof Tiles were delivered just about a week ago and significant strides on the installation have already been made by Alden Bailey, a firm specializing in tile roofs,” said Lake Hopatcong Foundation spokesperson Holly Odgers.
Odgers posted the update on the Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s official website Wednesday.
An economic development strategic plan that was nearly a year in the making was adopted Tuesday by the Athens
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont County Port Authority Director Larry Merry said Wednesday that he sees no cause for
A new travel plaza will be constructed along Route 7 in Steubenville later this year.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – PTTGC America, the Thailand-based petrochemicals giant considering building a $5.7 billion ethane cracker plant in Belmont County, today announced it would postpone its decision on whether to move forward with the project.
The final investment decision is planned toward the end of this year instead of its initial target of March, Toasaporn Boonyapipat, president and CEO of PTTGC America, said in a statement.
“We now anticipate reaching a final investment decision in late 2017, which is several months later than what we anticipated,” he said in a press released issued Tuesday afternoon.
Boonyapipat said that the project requires additional attention related to the initial designs that were submitted to the company by two engineering, procurement and construction contractors. “We recognized the need for further discussions with each of them so that we will be in a stronger position to make our decision on the engineering design and economic feasibility of…
Michelle and Geoff Greenfield didn’t set out to create a business when they started researching solar power in Ohio at the beginning of the millennium. But what they learned in a quest for solar panels on the house they were building in rural Athens County pointed them to an unexpected opportunity.
Since Third Sun Solar’s modest start in 2000, the company now boasts more than 600 installations of solar panels in Ohio and 13 other Midwestern states, making the couple’s business focus as environmentally friendly as their surname. They talked recently with Columbus CEO magazine about the birth and growth of their company.
Q: Tell me about Third Sun Solar and its evolution. You started in your attic?
A: (Geoff) It’s a classic startup story — yeah, in the attic. Evolution is a good word for it. We didn’t really have a sense of what the future would hold and how the…
Recently, the Scioto Foundation launched a community initiative, aimed at getting the community involved in positive
More than $40 million in new investments, 420 new jobs created and 875 jobs retained in Highland County since 2011