High 6-Figure List Price? No Problem

The high-end housing market heats up across the five-county region as the buying season starts. George Nelson catches up with agents to shed some light on the big-ticket residential market. Also in our April 2021 edition, we spotlight Family Business and their significant impact on our region's economy and business culture. Plus Lordstown Motors Update, Brain Gain Navigators, YSU Arts Fest.

April 2021 Issue

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Six-Figure List Price? No Problem for High-End Residential Real Estate

Family Business Ties Run Deep in Valley

Secret to Business Longevity: Family

Judge’s Message Resonates with Students

Kovach’s Boyhood Dream Becomes Real at CMT

Lewis Construction Evolves Over 50 Years

The Aebischer’s Journey, from Switzerland to Struthers to Poland

Their Jobs: Fill Demand for Local Workers

Whole Family Is Under One Roof at TEMA

Hoover Family Mixes It Up

At Compco, Employees Are Family

Window World Has Clear View of Family Business

Dearing Opened in 1945 to Serve Steel Industry

Simon Roofing Covers 4 Generations

YSU Embraces City, Moves Arts Festival

Chase Bank Tower to Hit Auction Block

Hively Builds Family Legacy

Stevens Masonry Cements Its Fourth Generation

Humtown Products Changes Focus but Not the Family

Commentary: Change

Komara Keeps Sparkling Through Three Generations

At Age 60, Cerni Motors Shows No Signs of Aging

Enertech Marks 40 Years and 3 Generations

4th Generation Takes Wheel at Sweeney

Huddle Up: Warren Football Coach Wins Award

Pennex Looks to Hire 70 by Year-End

Solar Atmospheres Improves Materials Handling

Baird Brothers’ Story Begins on a Farm

Cimineros Open Great Garage Doors

Swedish Immigrant Builds Adolph Johnson & Son Co.

M.P. Vivo Co. Passes Along Life Lessons

Armando Nannicola Took His Chance in 1933

‘Ohio to Work’ Program Coming Here

Journal Opinion: Charging Up Voltage Valley

Lordstown Motors Slow to Disclose SEC Inquiry

Young George Roman Found His Vocation

‘Never Seen Anything Like This’ – Real Estate Pros

Savons Establish, Expand Boardman Medical Supply

Johnson Law Firm Founded 100 Years Ago

Commentary: I Couldn’t Stay Retired

Electrifying the Workforce Takes Training

Fish Cleaning Raises ‘Guppies’

Marketing Madness: Winning Works Wonders

April 2021

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