No Letup in North Jackson Growth

In this issue, the nearly $80 million in new investment that landed in Jackson Township since 2018 is on target to increase substantially. Also, community enthusiasm builds for the Student Wellness and Recreation Center in Warren, and Duncan’s Bath and Kitchen Center’s legacy endures.

MidOctober 2023 Issue

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There’s No Letup in North Jackson Growth

‘Byline Breakdown’ Podcast Takes Listeners Inside Our Reporting

Youth Entrepreneurship Program Plants Seeds

Women in Business: Theresa Viviano

Women in Business: Darla Naples

Women in Business: Kristie Murphy

Women in Business: Tracy L. Jordan

Women in Business: Morgen Chretien

Women in Business: Ella Perrone

Women in Business: Cindi Digiantonio

Women in Business: Jessica Lipply

Women in Business: Megan Vickers

Women in Business: Audrey Novotny

Leetonia Students Explore Careers After School

YSU and America Makes Mark Manufacturing Day

Journal Opinion: The Return of Steve Burns

Commentary: ‘Someday There Will Be Houses on That Hill’

Commentary: Where Truth Lies

Duncan’s Legacy Endures as Industry Changes

With Focus on Members, Credit Unions Look Down the Road

To Preserve a Neighborhood, Know Its Heritage

Column: Women Should Not Be Defined as Risk-Adverse

Eastern Gateway Fall Enrollment Down About 50% from Last Year

‘Tot Chef’ Program Puts Kids in School Kitchen

Community Enthusiasm Builds for Warren Project

Foundations Team Up To Benefit YSU, Valley

Rick Shale Trust Benefits 4 Nonprofits

Column: Christmas Miracle? 2 Unlikely Comebacks

Leadership Means Recognizing Your Shortcomings: Jay Williams

Acton Tells Lessons She Learned from Pandemic

Barriers Broken, Women Rise in Professions

Seminar Provides Guidance for Minority Entrepreneurs

Youngstown Kicks Brings Shoe Store to Downtown

Youngstown Film Festival Aims for Bigger Audience

New Owner to Upgrade Boardman Center Plaza

Film About Youngstown Opera Founder David Vosburgh to Premiere

Coldwell Banker EvenBay Owner Is Realtor of the Year