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What you said about the UAW-GM deal and Lordstown’s closure

What you said about the UAW-GM deal and Lordstown’s closure

Our commenters had a lot of thoughts on the UAW-GM tentative deal and the impending official closure of the the Lordstown plant.

Silver Lining Cancer Fund to host Ladies Night Out

The organization has been helping cancer patients in the Mahoning Valley for more than 40 years.

O’Brien to host roundtable on Lake Erie issues

Agencies will provide an update on Lake Erie’s overall status and health.

DeYor center to host YSU's 'Heavy Hitters'

Show-stopping, seminal numbers from the musical theater canon will be performed.

Canfield Historical Society to host cemetery walk

Prominent Canfield residents and veterans of the Revolutionary War, Civil War and World War I will be featured.
Boardman businesses band together for Halloween fun

Boardman businesses band together for Halloween fun

One Hot Cookie will host a dog costume contest at 3:30 p.m. and at 5 p.m., Suzy’s Dogs & Drafts will host a kid’s costume contest.
Amid anger and protests, new pact seals fate of GM Lordstown

Amid anger and protests, new pact seals fate of GM Lordstown

From the Lordstown to Detroit, Mahoning Matters reporters witnessed the end of the General Motors era in the Mahoning Valley on Thursday and talked to the people most affected.
It's official: GM is done with Lordstown

It's official: GM is done with Lordstown

Sources familiar with the GM-UAW negotiations told Mahoning Matters that GM Lordstown will be closed and then sold to Lordstown Motors Corp.
Lordstown comes to Detroit: 'No product, no vote'

Lordstown comes to Detroit: 'No product, no vote'

UAW Local 1112 President Tim O’Hara told Mahoning Matters he is prepared to vote no on a contract that does not include a product for Lordstown.
1112 president won't support new pact without Lordstown deal

1112 president won't support new pact without Lordstown deal

The UAW has delivered a proposal to put workers back in General Motors plants — but not in Lordstown, according to reports.