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Education: Sracic Lectures on American Conservatism in Europe | October 23, 2017

Sracic Lectures on American Conservatism in Europe

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Paul Sracic, professor and chair of Politics and International Relations at Youngstown State University, is in Ireland and Belgium this week for a series of lectures. The trip includes a presentation during the “Creative Minds: Exploring Conservatism America” event at the residence of U.S. Ambassador Reece Smyth in Dublin. Sracic will be […]

Company News: Strike Ends at Harbison Plant in Windham | October 23, 2017

Strike Ends at Harbison Plant in Windham

WINDHAM, Ohio — HarbisonWalker International and Local 8565 of the United Steelworkers Union have reached an agreement to end the three-week work stoppage at its manufacturing plant here. Members of the union ratified a new collective bargaining agreement that the company said in announcing the settlement “will continue to provide above-market wages and attractive benefits […]

Banking & Finance: Credit Unions Teach Members Basics of Handling Money | October 23, 2017

Credit Unions Teach Members Basics of Handling Money

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohioi — What separates credit unions from other financial institutions is their leaders’ sense of mission as financial counselors and educators to help their members manage their money wisely. Where banks and brokerage firms call the people who open accounts “customers” or “clients,” credit unions call them “members.” And their members show a greater […]

Education: YSU Trustees Ratify New Faculty Contract | October 20, 2017

YSU Trustees Ratify New Faculty Contract

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio –The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees today unanimously approved a new three-year contract with the university’s faculty union. The union had overwhelmingly ratified the contract earlier this month. “Our thanks for the hard work, dedication and professionalism of the negotiating teams on both sides,” said Leonard Schiavone, board chair. “Our faculty are […]