It seems somewhat counterintuitive, but one of the best things gun dealers had going for them over the last decade was Barack Obama. The former president may have frequently butted heads with the powerful gun lobbies but — unwittingly —
Kroger Co. said Friday that its Byrne Road store, which is part of the Southland Shopping Center, will close Aug. 14 because of declining profits at the location that it acquired more than a decade ago with the demise of the former Food Town chain.
HOLIDAY CITY, Ohio — Menard Inc. is adding to its manufacturing operations in the Williams County village of Holiday City, a move that will bring with it a major capital investment and dozens of new jobs. Jeff Abbott, a spokesman for the
Late last November, Keith St. John received a jarring notification — there had been some kind of intrusion into Rudolph Libbe Group’s computer network. The attack was caught quickly, but in some respects the damage already had been done.
A strong June at three of Ohio’s four freestanding casinos has pushed statewide gaming revenues at the year’s halfway point to nearly back on track with last year’s figures. A Friday report from the Ohio Casino Control Commission
A good showing from Japanese automakers wasn’t enough to offset lower figures from the Detroit Three in June, leading the industry to its sixth straight month of lower U.S. new car sales and effectively confirming what analysts had been
A Tiffin automotive parts supplier has been fined more than $82,000 by the U.S. Department of Labor following an inspection that officials said revealed a number of potential safety issues, including several that the firm had been cited for three
BOWLING GREEN — Tyler Brott hopes to raise at least $7,000 this weekend for the V.A. Ann Arbor Healthcare System with a 12-hour tattooing marathon on Saturday meant to honor his father and help bring comfort to men and women who have served
The first major piece of equipment for First Solar Inc.’s new manufacturing line in Perrysburg Township rolled into town Wednesday, serving as a sort of unofficial kickoff for what will be the one of the company’s largest investments in
A group of more than 30 U.S. banks, including several with a large presence in metro Toledo, are rolling out a new platform that will allow their customers to instantly send money to friends and family through their bank’s mobile applications.