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Ultium Cells Plant Anchors Opportunity To Build Supply Chain

In these pages are more than 80 submitted stories from economic and community development agencies, foundations and nonprofits, professional associations, educational institutions and labor unions operating in and around the Mahoning and Shenango valleys.  Feature articles from our editorial team take a look at progress in Voltage Valley last year, what business owners should be thinking about as they plan for 2022, and how the nonprofit economy is faring after a challenging 2021.

Ultium Cells Plant Anchors Opportunity To Build Supply Chain

Amid Challenges, Nonprofits ‘Aren’t Going Anywhere’

Biggest Infrastructure Program Ever Tops 2020 in Hermitage

The Business Journal, PNC and Eastwood Mall Center Launch ‘Shop Local’

Valley Partners Closes $66.9 Million in Loans

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Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership Fights Blight; Reaches into Community

United Way of Youngstown Leads Response

What’s Your Plan for 2022?

MVMC Sets 2022 Agenda To Fill Worker Shortage

Journal Opinion: Spirits of Collaboration

No Stepping on Service at Reyers

Rich Center Marks 25 Years

Columbiana ESC Taps Expertise of Business Advisory Council

LindenPointe to Add Cybersecurity Center

Southern Columbiana Chamber Stays Strong

Smarts Extends Reach, Impact to Students

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Warren-Trumbull Library To Complete Expansion

Butler Museum Begins Construction of Addition

Direction Home Agency Links Clients to Services

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Shenango Chamber Eyes Greater Collaboration

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Packard Foundation Beautifies Park

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Pittsburgh Institute Of Aeronautics Fills Need for Technicians

WYSU to Add Podcast, Implement Diversity

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Bright 2022 for Brite Energy Innovators

Thiel College Launches Five Graduate Programs

Renovated Oh Wow! Reopens, Hires Logan

Easterseals Stabilizes, Restarts, Expands Services

Northern Columbiana UW Meets Growing Need

Historical Society Adds Artifacts to Collection

It’s Time to Unmute The Uncomfortable

YMCA of Youngstown Widens Youth Outreach

Buhl Foundation Focuses on Health

Westminster College Adds Fast Track Law Degree

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City of Sharon Targets $14M in ARP Funding

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Northeast Ohio Adoption Services Overcomes Obstacles

Stage Left Players Goes Beyond the Theater

Greenville Chamber Sets 2022 Priorities

Goodwill Industries Expands Employment

Youngstown Rotary Club Revives ‘Put Kids First’

United Way Reshapes Programming

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Eastern Gateway Invests in AM Workspace

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Regional Chamber Moves Forward with New Team

WRPA Projects Target Brownfields, Airport and YARS

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Blue Coats Keep Homeless Warm

Jewish Federation Breaks Ground for Expansion

Mercy Health Foundation Awards $4M in 2021

PLYMC Strengthens Connections to the Community

Adults With Disabilities Fill Job Openings

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Packard Museum Keeps Running with Grants

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TCTC Reaches Highest Enrollment in Decades

Ursuline High Endowment Grows

Junior Achievement Serves 13,000 Students

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New Dean, Programs at Kent State Trumbull

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Forward Lawrence Advances Growth Plan

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Community Foundation Disburses $10.5M

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Trumbull United Way Works on Recovery

Mahoning Mental Health and Recovery Board Adds Staff, Partnerships

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Visit Lawrence Waives Fees

2022 Brings Change in Leadership at BBB

Help Network Marks 50 Years

Community Foundation Works Harder, Smarter

New Certificate Programs At Kent State Ashtabula

Ultium Battery Plant Energizes NECA-IBEW

Mahoning County Distributes Relief Funds

Canfield Fair Returns with New Event Center

CCPA Secures Funding For Development Projects

Penn-Northwest Boosts Mercer County Business

Economic Action Group Fosters Business Growth

ESC of Eastern Ohio Aids 25 School Districts

NAMI Mahoning Valley Chapter Increases Outreach Efforts

Land Bank Sees End of ‘Beyond-Repair’ Housing

WRTA Restores Warren Service, Adds Routes