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New sub restaurant opens in Springfield
 Jon Smith Subs has more than a dozen stores in Florida, but the chain’s first restaurant in Ohio recently opened in Springfield on Bechtle Avenue. The chain opened a location at 1013 N. Bechtel Ave. with a soft opening last week, said Kristi Loeffler, an assistant manager at the restaurant. The business is located in a shopping center...

8:32 PM Monday, Jun. 18, 2018

Jon Smith Subs has more than a dozen stores in Florida, but the chain’s first restaurant in Ohio recently opened in Springfield on Bechtle Avenue. The chain opened a location at 1013 N. Bechtel Ave. with a soft opening last week, said Kristi Loeffler, an assistant manager at the restaurant. The business is located in a shopping center...
Business leader: Springfield, other small cities need state help
 Members of a Springfield economic development board Wednesday endorsed recommendations in a report to boost small and mid-size cities in Ohio and provided a brief update on a study on the area’s labor force. The Community Improvement Corporation of Springfield and Clark County is a nonprofit entity that focuses on economic development...

12:00 AM Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018

Members of a Springfield economic development board Wednesday endorsed recommendations in a report to boost small and mid-size cities in Ohio and provided a brief update on a study on the area’s labor force. The Community Improvement Corporation of Springfield and Clark County is a nonprofit entity that focuses on economic development...
Wind farm opponents, county commissioners in Champaign County seek new hearing
 The Champaign County commissioners, along with a group of residents, are asking the Ohio Power Siting Board for a new hearing after a decision that allowed an extension to begin construction for a controversial wind farm. Members of the OPSB decided last month to grant an extension to start construction on two separate phases of the project...

11:00 AM Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

The Champaign County commissioners, along with a group of residents, are asking the Ohio Power Siting Board for a new hearing after a decision that allowed an extension to begin construction for a controversial wind farm. Members of the OPSB decided last month to grant an extension to start construction on two separate phases of the project...
‘He’s been a courageous leader…’, Springfield mayor says of departing Navistar UAW president
 The president of the United Auto Workers Local 402 at Navistar, who helped lead the union though several years of turmoil and a subsequent recovery, is stepping down to take a new job with the UAW International Union in Toledo. Jason Barlow has served as president of the UAW Local 402 for about a decade, he said. The union represents the...

10:00 AM Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

The president of the United Auto Workers Local 402 at Navistar, who helped lead the union though several years of turmoil and a subsequent recovery, is stepping down to take a new job with the UAW International Union in Toledo. Jason Barlow has served as president of the UAW Local 402 for about a decade, he said. The union represents the...
Navistar’s UAW president resigns
 Jason Barlow, president of the United Auto Workers Local 402 at Navistar, has resigned. Barlow helped lead the union though several years of turmoil and a subsequent recovery. He is taking a job with the UAW International Union in Toledo. RELATED: Navistar, local leaders push others to buy trucks made in Springfield TRENDING ONLINE Springfield...

9:32 PM Thursday, Jun. 14, 2018

Jason Barlow, president of the United Auto Workers Local 402 at Navistar, has resigned. Barlow helped lead the union though several years of turmoil and a subsequent recovery. He is taking a job with the UAW International Union in Toledo. RELATED: Navistar, local leaders push others to buy trucks made in Springfield TRENDING ONLINE Springfield...
Springfield manufacturing company names new CEO
 A Springfield manufacturing company has a new CEO, a move that also ensures the same family will lead the company for a third generation. Jamie McGregor has been appointed CEO of the McGregor Metalworking Companies. The company, which has about 400 employees, also announced a new executive management team this week. MORE: Springfield company...

2:20 PM Thursday, Jun. 14, 2018

A Springfield manufacturing company has a new CEO, a move that also ensures the same family will lead the company for a third generation. Jamie McGregor has been appointed CEO of the McGregor Metalworking Companies. The company, which has about 400 employees, also announced a new executive management team this week. MORE: Springfield company...
New housing development could be built in Springfield
 A developer is pushing forward with a potential single-family housing development that city officials said is the first significant projects of its kind in several years. Lance Oakes, a manager for DDC Management, said the company is planning a single-family housing development on two tracts of land along East National Road near Walmart....

10:00 AM Thursday, Jun. 14, 2018

A developer is pushing forward with a potential single-family housing development that city officials said is the first significant projects of its kind in several years. Lance Oakes, a manager for DDC Management, said the company is planning a single-family housing development on two tracts of land along East National Road near Walmart....
Project will use drones to monitor traffic
 A three-year, $5.9 million study in central Ohio will use drones to monitor traffic on a 35-mile highway, and provide new information used to prevent crashes between manned and unmanned aircraft. DriveOhio, a center recently developed within the Ohio Department of Transportation, is tasked with pushing new technologies like autonomous vehicles...

10:00 AM Tuesday, Jun. 12, 2018

A three-year, $5.9 million study in central Ohio will use drones to monitor traffic on a 35-mile highway, and provide new information used to prevent crashes between manned and unmanned aircraft. DriveOhio, a center recently developed within the Ohio Department of Transportation, is tasked with pushing new technologies like autonomous vehicles...
Springfield visitors’ site gets fresh look
 The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau has retooled its website, with the goal of promoting local attractions and making the site more user-friendly. The site, www.VisitGreaterSpringfield.com, was launched this month with updates that include more videos, more local events and activities, and the ability for visitors to chat...

11:01 AM Monday, Jun. 11, 2018

The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau has retooled its website, with the goal of promoting local attractions and making the site more user-friendly. The site, www.VisitGreaterSpringfield.com, was launched this month with updates that include more videos, more local events and activities, and the ability for visitors to chat...
CFA board questions philosophy, funds three projects
 A Clark County board approved funding for three local projects Thursday, but members also said there needs to be a discussion of the board’s future spending. Members of the Clark County Convention Facilities Authority approved funding requests Thursday for separate projects for the Springfield Museum of Art, the Westcott House and the...

10:00 AM Monday, Jun. 11, 2018

A Clark County board approved funding for three local projects Thursday, but members also said there needs to be a discussion of the board’s future spending. Members of the Clark County Convention Facilities Authority approved funding requests Thursday for separate projects for the Springfield Museum of Art, the Westcott House and the...
Springfield among the small cities economic recovery is bypassing, report says
 Some of Ohio’s small and midsize cities have faced a tough road to recovery since the past recession and need more tools to revive their economies, according to a recent report by an Ohio nonprofit. Smaller cities like Springfield, Lima and Mansfield and their surrounding communties are home to about a third of Ohio’s residents...

10:00 AM Sunday, Jun. 10, 2018

Some of Ohio’s small and midsize cities have faced a tough road to recovery since the past recession and need more tools to revive their economies, according to a recent report by an Ohio nonprofit. Smaller cities like Springfield, Lima and Mansfield and their surrounding communties are home to about a third of Ohio’s residents...
Springfield store to end retail sales, focus on other business
 A Springfield agricultural business will close its retail operations and focus more energy on other parts of its business, comapny officials said this week. Sunrise Cooperative Inc. will end its retail business in Springfield, instead focusing more energy on its energy and fuel delivery business said George Secor, president and CEO of the...

11:00 AM Friday, Jun. 08, 2018

A Springfield agricultural business will close its retail operations and focus more energy on other parts of its business, comapny officials said this week. Sunrise Cooperative Inc. will end its retail business in Springfield, instead focusing more energy on its energy and fuel delivery business said George Secor, president and CEO of the...
Navistar reports solid second quarter
 Navistar raised its revenue expectations for the year due to high demand in the heavy truck market, and the company reported net income of $55 million in the second quarter this year. Company officials said this week they expect revenues for the year between $9.75 and $10.25 billion, up from previous projections of $9.25 billion and $9.75...

11:01 AM Thursday, Jun. 07, 2018

Navistar raised its revenue expectations for the year due to high demand in the heavy truck market, and the company reported net income of $55 million in the second quarter this year. Company officials said this week they expect revenues for the year between $9.75 and $10.25 billion, up from previous projections of $9.25 billion and $9.75...
Clark State’s first bachelor’s degree program available in 2019
 Clark State Community College got the go-ahead to develop its first four-year degree for next year’s Spring semester. The college had proposed offering a baccalaureate degree in Manufacturing Technology Management. But members of the Ohio Department of Education asked Clark State to revise its proposal due to concerns their proposal...

10:00 AM Wednesday, Jun. 06, 2018

Clark State Community College got the go-ahead to develop its first four-year degree for next year’s Spring semester. The college had proposed offering a baccalaureate degree in Manufacturing Technology Management. But members of the Ohio Department of Education asked Clark State to revise its proposal due to concerns their proposal...
More than half of common jobs in Springfield area offer low wages
 More than half of the most common jobs in the Springfield area offer annual wages so low that despite working, a family of three would qualify for food assistance, according to a recent state report. Policy Matters Ohio, a left-leaning think tank, reviewed federal data to produce the report that showed communities from Columbus to Canton...

11:00 AM Tuesday, Jun. 05, 2018

More than half of the most common jobs in the Springfield area offer annual wages so low that despite working, a family of three would qualify for food assistance, according to a recent state report. Policy Matters Ohio, a left-leaning think tank, reviewed federal data to produce the report that showed communities from Columbus to Canton...
Two Clark County sites get permission for marijuana sales
 Two locations in Springfield will be allowed to sell medical marijuana, according to information released Monday by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy. Pure Wellness LLC received permission for a site at 1711 W. Main St., while Cannamed Therapeutics LLC also had a Springfield site listed at 0 Raydo Circle. Sites in Dayton, Beavercreek, Riverside...

10:13 PM Monday, Jun. 04, 2018

Two locations in Springfield will be allowed to sell medical marijuana, according to information released Monday by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy. Pure Wellness LLC received permission for a site at 1711 W. Main St., while Cannamed Therapeutics LLC also had a Springfield site listed at 0 Raydo Circle. Sites in Dayton, Beavercreek, Riverside...
Wittenberg University students help uncover Springfield’s past
 Wittenberg University and members from around the community are working together to rediscover parts of Champion City’s past. Students from the university’s archaeology program have spent the past several weeks conducting a special dig at the Columbia Street Cemetery in Springfield. The site, located near Mother Stewart&rsquo...

12:00 AM Sunday, Jun. 03, 2018

Wittenberg University and members from around the community are working together to rediscover parts of Champion City’s past. Students from the university’s archaeology program have spent the past several weeks conducting a special dig at the Columbia Street Cemetery in Springfield. The site, located near Mother Stewart&rsquo...
Wittenberg students to explain cemetery dig at First Friday event
 Archaeology students at Wittenberg University will show off artifacts and explain their latest project conducted at a historic Springfield Cemetery at the Chamber of Greater Springfield’s First Friday event . Students in the university’s archaeology program will be on hand beginning at 5 p.m. Friday at the Hatch Artist Studios...

1:18 PM Friday, Jun. 01, 2018

Archaeology students at Wittenberg University will show off artifacts and explain their latest project conducted at a historic Springfield Cemetery at the Chamber of Greater Springfield’s First Friday event . Students in the university’s archaeology program will be on hand beginning at 5 p.m. Friday at the Hatch Artist Studios...
New Carlisle woman serves as first female president of cattleman’s association
 The first female president of the Ohio Cattleman’s Association didn’t grow up with a background in farming and she didn’t marry into the industry. Sasha Rittenhouse, who was named as president of the association in December last year, said it’s still tough to explain exactly why she loves the cattle industry so much...

11:00 AM Friday, Jun. 01, 2018

The first female president of the Ohio Cattleman’s Association didn’t grow up with a background in farming and she didn’t marry into the industry. Sasha Rittenhouse, who was named as president of the association in December last year, said it’s still tough to explain exactly why she loves the cattle industry so much...
Clark State gets approval to move ahead with bachelor’s program
 Clark State Community College received approval today to develop a four-year bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Technology Management, according to college officials. Clark State gets $200K for high-tech precision agriculture The college’s initial request to the Ohio Department of Higher Education for the four-year degree was...

5:48 PM Thursday, May. 31, 2018

Clark State Community College received approval today to develop a four-year bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Technology Management, according to college officials. Clark State gets $200K for high-tech precision agriculture The college’s initial request to the Ohio Department of Higher Education for the four-year degree was...
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