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3 Minutes With: Eric Ryan, President, JAC Management

The ribbon has been cut on the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre. Eric Ryan, president of JAC Management, talks about the new venue and how it will impact the city of Youngstown.

Opening Weekend at the Amphitheater

Downtown was busy Friday and Saturday as crowds flocked to the newest attraction and a cultural celebration.

Change Makers
Farmers National Bank

In its 132 years as a community bank, Farmers National Bank has worked to positively impact generations of families, says President Kevin Helmick.

Whether helping businesses with capital to expand or taking an active role in area organizations such as United Way, Akron Children’s Hospital or Beatitude House, “the community’s everything for us,” he says.

“We know that without the support of businesses in our communities, we just can’t grow and thrive together,” Helmick says. “Whether it’s the underserved or children and families, as United Way’s mission is of course, we’re very passionate about that.”

From Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties where Farmers National Bank has served for more than a century, to new service areas in Stark, Summit, Wayne and Medina counties, Farmers provides “executive leadership and our resources to our communities,” he says.

Thought Leaders: Traci Hostetler Part 4

Traci Hostetler talks about tackling mental health in our schools, how the MCESC is putting the focus on preschool, and why women have to fight a little harder to succeed.

Downtown Gets Slavic

In the After Hours Report, Simply Slavic returns with beer, dancing and bonfires.

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Thought Leaders: Traci Hostetler Part 4

Traci Hostetler talks about tackling mental health in our schools, how the MCESC is putting the focus on preschool, and why women have to fight a little harder to succeed.