YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The city plans to chip away at the debt it incurred in building the Covelli Centre and reduce the principal by $350,000 this year, the Youngstown finance director said Monday.
"We're going to reduce the debt this year from about $11 million down to $10,650,000," David Bozanich said after the finance committee of City Council met. "We've probably paid about $1 million of principal down to date. We're going to continue to bite away at that number as the years go on."
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Youngstown has been named to two more national Top-10 lists, the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber announced today.
The city was named the No. 1 city on SmartAssest.com's “Ten Best Cities for Healthcare Access for Your Money” list, while the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research ranked the Youngstown-Warren area 10th on its list of the country's top 100 metropolitan areas for economic performance from 2009 through 2012.
WASHINGTON -- The Remodeling Market Index of the National Association of Home Builders rose three points to 56 in the second quarter, regaining the momentum built in 2013. This is the fifth consecutive quarter for an index reading above 50, th eassociation reports.
An index with a reading above 50 indicates that more remodelers report business is higher (compared to the preceding quarter) than lower.
WASHINGTON -- Score is launching its Business Plan Assist program, a program that pairs business mentors with current and aspiring small business owners to aid them in creating business plans that will guide their startup or strategize growth.
Business owners or those looking to start a business can choose to connect online, by phone or in person at one of Score's 320-plus chapter locations across the country.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The affiliates of Habitat for Humanity in Mahoning and Trumbull counties will merge within the next two to six months, says Monica Craven, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County.
“The Mahoning County Habitat has had a lot of success with homebuilding. Trumbull has been an all-volunteer operation that's struggled to build as many houses or serve as many families,” she explains. “We came together and talked about how we might do better together than separately.”
- Score Launches 'Business Plan Assist' Program - July 25, 2014
- Mahoning, Trumbull Habitats for Humanity to Merge - July 24, 2014
- Matalco Makes Plans Official for Lordstown Plant - July 23, 2014
- Youngstown Loans $2 Million for Wick Tower Project - July 23, 2014
- Mahoning Valley Unemployment Rates Rise in June - July 23, 2014
- Moliterno Expresses Interest in Port Authority Role - July 22, 2014
- Matalco to Break Ground for $100 Million Billet Plant - July 22, 2014
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