Demand Climbs for Apprentices

In this issue, initiatives have heightened the profile of apprenticeship and trade programs, but the need for applicants is unrelenting. Also, experts offer insights into the real estate market during a Business Journal roundtable.

MidJune 2023 Issue

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Demand Climbs for Apprentices

Williamson Dean Values Keeping Students Here

Utica Shale Academy Gets $2.35M Grant to Expand

Foxconn Lordstown

LMC Threatens to Sue Foxconn Over $47.3M Investment Agreement

Journal Opinion: Local Journalism at Its Best

Mercy Health Leads Nominations

Mercy Health Pharmacy Team Dedicated to Quality Care

Great Co-Workers: Déquan Lewis

Great Co-Workers: Jim Bombeck

Premier’s Employer of Choice Committee Recognized

Praising Camaraderie and Culture

Great Co-Workers: Angela Arnold

Great Co-Workers: Linda Heater

Great Co-Workers: Leslie Sams

QuickMed Employees Earn Nominations

Great Co-Workers: Paula Lazzari

Great Co-Workers: Jill Palumbo

Workers Race to Ready Locker Rooms

Commentary: What’s in a Name?

Island Atmosphere at Cove W Winery

Trades Boom in Active Construction Season

Commentary: On the Road to Smart Transportation

ASD Students Make Robots from Legos

Contractors Navigate Workforce and Supply Shortages, Rising Costs

Restaurant Complex Offers a World of Experiences

June 30 Deadline for Mercy, Anthem to Agree on Rates

Downtown Construction Doesn’t Deter Streetscape

5 Zoning Inspectors Tally Building Permits

Roundtable Transcript: Few Houses, High Offers. What’s Next?

Inflatable Business Bounces Back with Discipline

Flying High Gets Graduates Ready to Soar

What Brands Do After the Big Boo-Boo

Past Times Arcade Becomes A Present Day Attraction

International Students Bring Opportunity to Area