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Politicians are at odds on role of gas incentives

February 14, 2012 House lawmakers from the Mahoning Valley agree the nation needs to become more energy independent, and tapping into the rich, domestic natural gas and oil resource is one way to go. But where U.S. more »»

Money starts to flow

February 13, 2012 Tribune Chronicle Housing rentals in Monroe County in southeastern Ohio have rocketed to between $1,500 and $2,000 a month from between $300 and $350. more »»

Local training available for shale-related jobs

February 13, 2012 As the Marcellus and Utica Shale shale gas industry continues to boom local educators are moving fast to prepare students for today’s job market. more »»

Closer to home

February 12, 2012 The population of Carroll County has not changed in 10 years. The 2010 census looks exactly the same as it did in 2000: 28,836. more »»

Shale credited for housing market uptick

February 12, 2012 Tribune Chronicle CARROLLTON — He’s been in business as a Carrollton Realtor and auctioneer for more than 20 years, but Bill Newell says he’s never seen the rental property market here so strong. more »»

Shale gas may light fire under economy

February 10, 2012 BOARDMAN — Trumbull County’s unemployment rate in November matched the national rate for the first time in almost two generations, and two area economic experts believe more good news is on the way. more »»

Thu., 12:15am: Firm has new wastewater plan for Ohio wells

February 9, 2012 CARROLLTON, Ohio (AP) — An energy company has announced a new system for treating wastewater from gas wells in eastern and northeastern Ohio, where a natural gas boom is underway. more »»

City OKs planning for water filling station

February 9, 2012 WARREN — City Council unanimously gave permission to the city’s water department to order engineering plans and for the construction of a filling station on its Elm Road property so the city can sel... more »»

Kasich calls for cautious drilling

February 8, 2012 STEUBENVILLE — Go. more »»

Tue., 4pm: Pa. Senate approves first fees on shale drilling

February 7, 2012 HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania moved closer Tuesday to imposing a fee on the drilling that has transformed the state by exploration of its vast Marcellus Shale reserves. more »»

GOP lawmakers seek vote on Pa. drilling bill

February 5, 2012 HARRISBURG, Pa. more »»

3 states offer big tax breaks for Shell plant

February 2, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia are trying to top each other with the sweetest package of tax breaks for Shell Oil C. more »»

Thu., 9:55am: Driller's $2.2M to pay for hazardous Pa. dam fixes

February 2, 2012 CLAYSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A company will pay a $2. more »»

Thu. 1:20pm: Ohio group seeks tax hike on oil and gas billions

February 2, 2012 COLUMBUS (AP) — A liberal policy group is proposing a tax hike on oil and gas profits ahead of Gov. John Kasich's State of the State speech Tuesday in an region where drilling has proliferated. more »»

ODNR denies interfering claim

February 1, 2012 WARREN — The attorney for Patriot Water Treatment LLC and Warren released a letter Tuesday claiming that two state regulatory agencies are interfering with its business by steering customers toward... more »»

Warren set to keep brine treatment

January 31, 2012 WARREN — The existing permit ends today for the Warren Water Pollution Control Facility to dispose of treated brine water in the Mahoning River. more »»

Lakeview eyes gas drilling

January 27, 2012 CORTLAND — The Lakeview Local Board of Education members and superintendent met this week with a local attorney to gather information regarding Utica Shale gas drilling. more »»

On road to recovery

January 24, 2012 Known for 35 years as part of the nation’s Rust Belt, the Mahoning Valley is gaining a reputation as a hotbed of capital investment and job creation. more »»



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