Chill-Can Investors Out in the Cold

In the Mid June 2022 edition, a financial planner faces charges for selling stakes in the stalled Chill-Can project, and supply chain issues aren't slowing down a busy summer for builders and tradesmen.

MidJune 2022 Issue

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Chill-Can Investors Out in the Cold

Big Projects Provide Opportunities for Trades

Schaffer Joins Business Journal Reporting Team

Sparkle Keeps Its Focus on Customers

Jackson-Milton Grad Follows Many Career Paths

Potter Empowered Trust in Business

Journal Opinion: Might Doesn’t Make Right

The 9 Parts of a Business Plan (Part 1)

Brainard Pivots to Open Interviews for Jobs

Independent Agencies Thrive in Digital Age

Library Renovation Mixes New and Old

Commentary: What a Wonderful Town

Tyler Exhibit Focuses on German-Americans in the Valley

Builders, Trades See Busy Summer Season

Album Unearths Rock Rarities Recorded in Studio

Vegas Bandleader Salutes Youngstown in New Song

Sweeney Legacy Is in Community, Employees

Envelope 1 Gets Loan for $28M Expansion

Yes, They Still Insure Movie Stars’ Legs

High Inflation: Check Your Insurance

Energy Storage Study Finds Northern Appalachia a Perfect Candidate

Reservations for Fisker Pear Surpass 3,000

What Makes a Great Place to Work?

Commentary: Best of Both Worlds

Baird Brothers Builds Reach with Podcasts, Video

Road Ahead Looks Better for Downtown Nightlife

YSU Nursing: Committed, Resilient Amid Pandemic

Back from the Dead: Movie Theaters

Hall China Factory Site Sells for $1.5 Million