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Penn State Offers Online Master’s in Innovation, Entrepreneurship

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Applications are being accepted for fall enrollment in a new online offering from Penn State University that is designed to help students build the skills to successfully innovate in today’s business environment with its increasing competition, globalization and rapid technological advances. Offered jointly by the Penn State Smeal College of Business […]

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Applications are being accepted for fall enrollment in a new online offering from Penn State University that is designed to help students build the skills to successfully innovate in today’s business environment with its increasing competition, globalization and rapid technological advances. Offered jointly by the Penn...

Covelli Centre’s Q1 Performance Beats Projections

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Covelli Center reported an operating profit nearly $40,000 better than had been projected for the first quarter of 2018. Net income for the city-owned arena for the three-month period ended March 31 was $194,702, compared with the $154,792 that had been projected, according to city documents. The first-quarter figure also was […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Covelli Center reported an operating profit nearly $40,000 better than had been projected for the first quarter of 2018. Net income for the city-owned arena for the three-month period ended March 31 was $194,702, compared with the $154,792 that had been projected, according to city documents....

Walnut Grove Playground to Open with $750K Gift

CANFIELD, Ohio – The Walnut Grove, an all-inclusive playground, is holding a ribbon cutting celebration on Friday to open the park for recreational use. Prior to the grand opening, the Hine Memorial Fund will present the organization with $750,000 and a sign will be unveiled naming the park after the fund. The Walnut Grove is […]

CANFIELD, Ohio – The Walnut Grove, an all-inclusive playground, is holding a ribbon cutting celebration on Friday to open the park for recreational use. Prior to the grand opening, the Hine Memorial Fund will present the organization with $750,000 and a sign will be unveiled naming the park after the...

‘From Bagels to Business’ to Focus on Publishing

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The next installment in Score Youngstown’s From Bagels to Business lecture series will focus on how to become a published author. The May 30 program will feature Dale Perelman, retired president of the King’s Jewelry chain, and Karen Schubert, director and founder of LitYoungstown. Perelman, who has authored several books on the […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The next installment in Score Youngstown’s From Bagels to Business lecture series will focus on how to become a published author. The May 30 program will feature Dale Perelman, retired president of the King’s Jewelry chain, and Karen Schubert, director and founder of LitYoungstown. Perelman, who has...

MS Consultants Plays Role in Downtown Comeback

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – With last week’s opening of the DoubleTree by Hilton downtown, MS Consultants is reflecting on the leading role the engineering, architecture and planning firm has played in the city’s revitalization. MS was the lead architect for the renovation of the landmark Stambaugh Building and its transformation into the 125-room DoubleTree hotel. The […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – With last week's opening of the DoubleTree by Hilton downtown, MS Consultants is reflecting on the leading role the engineering, architecture and planning firm has played in the city's revitalization. MS was the lead architect for the renovation of the landmark Stambaugh Building and its transformation into...

Students Receive Firsthand Training on Robotics

GIRARD, Ohio — One year it might be an automaton programmed to launch Nerf balls. Another year it could be a cyborg tossing a Frisbee. Or, as exemplified just months ago, it could be a robot zipping about a competition floor, picking up crates and stacking them atop a large scale in a matter of […]

GIRARD, Ohio -- One year it might be an automaton programmed to launch Nerf balls. Another year it could be a cyborg tossing a Frisbee. Or, as exemplified just months ago, it could be a robot zipping about a competition floor, picking up crates and stacking them atop a large...

Work Crews Prepare Site for Amphitheater Project

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Piles of earth stand more than 15 feet high across an empty landscape that was once part of one of the most industrialized corridors in the country. About 10 pieces of heavy machinery – flat rollers, dump trucks and front loaders – and as many operators were busy on a warm afternoon […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Piles of earth stand more than 15 feet high across an empty landscape that was once part of one of the most industrialized corridors in the country. About 10 pieces of heavy machinery – flat rollers, dump trucks and front loaders – and as many operators were...

Salem Chamber Safety Council Wins BWC Award

SALEM, Ohio – The Salem Area Safety Council recently received the third place award from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation as part of its annual Safety Council of the Year awards. The Salem Council, a division of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, has 61 business members and enjoys 100% attendance at its events, […]

SALEM, Ohio – The Salem Area Safety Council recently received the third place award from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation as part of its annual Safety Council of the Year awards. The Salem Council, a division of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, has 61 business members and enjoys...

Goldsteins to Close; Levin to Reopen Its Stores

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Goldsteins Furniture & Bedding has elected to close its doors after 112 years in business, the company announced Friday. “It was time to make the tough decision,” Steve Goldstone, president and CEO of Goldsteins, said in a statement. “We needed to expand but were landlocked by competitors in Cleveland, Erie and Pittsburgh. […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Goldsteins Furniture & Bedding has elected to close its doors after 112 years in business, the company announced Friday. “It was time to make the tough decision,” Steve Goldstone, president and CEO of Goldsteins, said in a statement. “We needed to expand but were landlocked by competitors...

Tax Credit for TJX Project on State Agenda Today

LORDSTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Tax Credit Authority will consider a tax incentive this morning related to the proposal by TJX Companies Inc. to build a 1.2-milion-square-foot regional distribution center here. TJX has proposed spending approximately $160 million to develop the distribution center, which would serve its HomeGoods chain of stores and is expected to […]

LORDSTOWN, Ohio – The Ohio Tax Credit Authority will consider a tax incentive this morning related to the proposal by TJX Companies Inc. to build a 1.2-milion-square-foot regional distribution center here. TJX has proposed spending approximately $160 million to develop the distribution center, which would serve its HomeGoods chain of...