NE Ohio Business Roundup

NE Ohio Business Roundup
  1. AP stands by Obamacare story, Gov. John Kasich's team says audio proves he was taken out of context

    The Associated Press is defending itself against criticism from Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who says the news organization "got it wrong" Monday when it reported that he spoke positively of Obamacare and its long-term future.
  2. State is holding Southwest Ohio transit meeting at site that's not accessible by transit

    Greater Cincinnati residents calling for better public transportation will have a chance next week to tell Gov. John Kasich's administration what they want from the state.
  3. Sinclair Community College unveils indoor drone range

    The fieldhouse at Sinclair Community College is known as Building 8, but soon it will be the site of the largest indoor drone flying range in Ohio.
  4. Lorain judge's public corruption case might be transferred to Cuyahoga County

    Lorain County Common Pleas Court Judge James Burgeand#8217;s public corruption case could be headed to another jurisdiction.
  5. FitzGerald criticized for not telling employees, council after two workers sent home over Ebola concern

    Two Cuyahoga County Council members criticized County Executive Ed FitzGerald's administration on Tuesday for not informing county employees that two of their colleagues were sent home because of their indirect contact with a woman who later tested positive for Ebola.
  6. Summit County devotes about 30 public health workers to Ebola response

    About 30 Summit County public health employees have been working daily and#8212; and well into most nights and#8212; since a Texas nurse tested positive for Ebola last week shortly after visiting the Akron area.
  7. Multistate oil and gas confab gives Ohio officials look at the future

    Ohio oil and gas officials often say that the state's Utica shale play still is in its infancy. It's a common refrain made to temper any outsized ambitions about the current state of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling in the eastern part of the state.
  8. Lordstown solar installation project largest in Western Hemisphere for General Motors

    General Motors Lordstown has yet another title from the company. In addition to being home to the Chevrolet Cruze, GMand#8217;s best-selling car, the largest GM plant in the U.S. and the most productive in North America, Lordstown also will be the GM plant with the largest solar installation project in the Western Hemisphere, GM announced Tuesday.
  9. Central Ohioand#8217;s jobless rate falls to 4.3%

    Central Ohioand#8217;s unemployment rate in September matched the lowest level the region has seen since the end of the recession.
  10. Fairport Village Council approves riverfront homes

    Drivers and pedestrians traveling into Fairport Harbor are already slated to get a newly replaced bridge sometime late next year, and if things go well for one housing developer, they may also get a new view of contemporary architecture along the Grand River.
  11. Cleveland-area hospitals' Ebola protocols already in step with new CDC guidelines

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday announced a new consensus guideline for the use of personal protective equipment, or PPE, the gear that protects health care workers from infection while caring for potential patients with the Ebola virus.
  12. Scotts Miracle-Gro buys Indiana pest-control firm

    Scotts agreed to buy Action Pest Control Inc., based in Evansville, Ind., and will add the pest-control service and#8212; which addresses in-home infestations of termites, ants and such and#8212; to its lawn business. The acquisition will be complete in January, and it will add $15 million in annual revenue.
  13. Procter and Gamble shuffles executives

    Procter and Gamble has news heads in charge of European operations and its worldwide tissue business, according to an overseas trade report. Gary Coombe, formerly a vice president in home care, has been tapped as PandG's president overseeing Europe.
  14. Holden Arboretum emergent tower soon to be airlifted in place

    A 120-foot observation tower is beginning to take shape at Holden Arboretum. Large portions of the Walter and Jean Kalberer Emergent Tower are scheduled to be airlifted into place by helicopter on Oct. 27, weather-permitting.
  15. Toledo's Grand Plaza Hotel up for auction

    Toledoand#8217;s Grand Plaza Hotel and Conference Center downtown could be sold next month at a receiver auction scheduled to begin Nov. 4. Currently unaffiliated with any chain, the 14-story hotel at 444 N. Summit St. has been under the control of a court-appointed receiver, Valor Hospitality Partners of Atlanta, since March 3.
  16. Crosley Building rehab in Cincinnati could yield 238 apartments

    Six months after supporting the project, Camp Washington residents remain excited about a proposal from an Indianapolis-based real estate developer to convert the Crosley Building to house 238 apartments. But they're still waiting for it to happen.
  17. Companies want to fill 2,000 job openings in central Ohio

    BelFlex Staffing Network said yesterday that it is looking for at least 1,000 seasonal workers to fill openings for light-industrial jobs for its clients. The jobs typically pay $11 to $14 an hour.
  18. Akron doctor and two employees plead guilty to illegal distribution of painkillers

    Federal officials say Dr. Adolph Harper Jr., 64, and his employees conspired to distribute addictive controlled substances including prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety medication without legitimate medical purposes between 2009 and 2012.
  19. Perry nuclear shuts down overnight, with no injuries or public safety impact

    The Perry nuclear power plant automatically shut down early Monday morning during a routine maintenance procedure and still remains idle.
  20. Airport officials outline 10-year, $91 million capital plan for Rickenbacker (Video)

    Columbus airport officials are putting forth an ambitious capital improvement program that calls for $91 million in upgrades to infrastructure and facilities around Rickenbacker over the next 10 years, including adding snow removal equipment, a new air traffic control tower and a $17 million cargo terminal.
  21. See how top Cincinnati-area firms fared in 2013

    Record breaking. That's the superlative that describes the year that the 100 largest privately held companies in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky had in 2013.
  22. Busy Great Lakes ports thrum to a manufacturing comeback

    In a sign of the growing strength of the Midwest economy, ports up and down the Great Lakes are experiencing a robust shipping season and many are hustling to keep up with cargo volumes that have returned to pre-recession levels.
  23. Columbus spending $149 million to upgrade city buildings Downtown

    About $63 million has been spent over four year to renovate City Hall, the public-safety building and police headquarters.
  24. Austintown racino stakes claim for prosperous first month

    The Ohio Lottery Commission reported Oct. 7 that the racino took in $3.9 million in net winnings after $46.8 million credits were played over a 14-day period. Among the jackpots won, there are a $6,429, two $8,000, a $10,577, and a $20,000.
  25. What landowners should know before signing a pipeline deal

    Even though interstate pipeline builders can use eminent domain to obtain rights-of-way, landowners can influence how a pipeline affects their property and their community.

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