In this issue, as Lordstown Motors’ stock climbed, insiders whose shares were not under the same restrictions as former CEO Steve Burns began to sell their holdings. Also, the Mahoning County drug court helps offenders become productive citizens, and a project seeks a revolutionary overhaul of infrastructure and logistics capabilities in the North Jackson/Lordstown corridor.

MidJuly 2023 Issue

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Drug Court Support Aids Addiction Recovery

Local Trucking Companies, Dealers Slowed by Pandemic

Workers and Employers Benefit from Industrial Maintenance Training

LMC Insiders Cash Out $95M

Foxconn Lordstown

Who’s to Blame? Failing Business or Foxconn?

A LIVE Vision of the Not-So-Distant Future

Journal Opinion: Life After Lordstown Motors

LTI and Buhl Mansion Grow Fruitful Partnership

Butler to Exhibit De Mejo Paintings

Column: Treating Addiction Alone Isn’t Enough

No Letup in Need for Substance Abuse Treatment

Knocking Down Treatment Barriers for Minorities

Potential Development Students Earn Diplomas

Blueberry Donuts, White House Fruit Farm

Roots Run Deep at White House Fruit Farm

Manufacturers Coalition Offers Access to Training

Mercer Economic Summit Set for July 28

Deadline Nears to Apply for YBI Shark Tank Competition

Developer Plans North Jackson Industrial Park

Inspiring Minds Explore Careers at College Expo

New Name of Newell Bridge Honors Care that Spans Half Century

Column: Media Moguls Offering Too Many Choices?

Barrel 33 Brings Wine Shop and Restaurant to Poland

YSU Students Develop Ideas to Improve Youngstown

MVMC Mentors Mercer and Lawrence Counties

Sokolov Honors College Fosters Civic Engagement

Commentary: Dear Mr. Bellman

Commentary: Love, Hugs and Smiles