Archive / Month: September 2016

Another 1,000-megawatt gas-fired plant in works for Ohio

Columbus Business First

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: An out-of-state company plans to build a natural-gas-fired power plant in eastern Ohio.

Houston-based EmberClear Corp. plans to build a $900 million, 1,000-megawatt plant on 60 acres in Harrison County in the village of Cadiz, a hotspot in the Utica shale oil…

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Bellisio Foods, Meredith magazine introduce EatingWell frozen entrées

Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

Bellisio Foods, Minneapolis, and Meredith Corp., New York, joined forces to introduce EatingWell frozen entrées.

The EatingWell line includes Cherry Port Pork, Indian Inspired Chicken, Vermont Cheddar Mac & Cheese and Korean Inspired Beef. Each meal starts with one cup of vegetables, 13 or more grams of protein, chicken, beef or pork raised without antibiotics…

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Work starts on new Chillicothe industrial park

The Chillicothe Gazette

CHILLICOTHE — In what’s becoming a more common site in Ross County over the past 12 to 15 months, earth-moving equipment was spotted hard at work in site preparation activities Wednesday — this time on an 18-acre parcel of land on River Road that developers hope will be filled with new job activity…

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Barrels rolling at Speyside Plant

The Telegram

New wooden barrels are rolling off the assembly line in large numbers at the Speyside Bourbon Cooperage Plant in Jackson and it appears this is only the beginning of a very positive economic development story for the local area.

The new plant, which is located in the same building as the…

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Return of Athens Mold & Machine is celebrated

The Athens Messenger

The return of Athens Mold and Machine to the city was celebrated Thursday at the plant by company officials and the public and private entities that helped bring it about.

“Today is truly a rising tide day,” said Mayor Steve Patterson. “It’s not only a rising tide, it’s a…

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County plans for new economic development website

County plans for new economic development website

A new website dedicated toward economic development in Vinton County is being planned by the county’s Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber recently received a $7,250 grant from AEP Ohio to finance the website project.

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The quest for a grocer continues

The Vinton County Commissioners have signed a $6,000 agreement with the Boston-based ARC Advisory Group to perform a grocery store marketing feasibility study. According to Commissioner Jerry Zinn, the company answered a request for qualifications inquiry the county put out and now has signed a contract with the commissioners.

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