Flipbook

MidMay 2021

Plenty of Jobs, Applicants Scarce

Drive down any business corridor in our region and you’ll see signs that read “Now Hiring.” It’s an indication that business is picking up steam once again. But businesses say there is no rush of job applicants. Also in our MidMay 2021 edition, manufacturers make their own "new normal," high school wood shop and welding classes put students on track to employment and Oh Wow! shines as it unveils new exhibits.

With Outings Rebooked, Outlook is Good for Tam O’Shanter

Rolling with the Punches and Lifting Up Other Small Businesses

Bost Benefits Guides Clients to Their ‘New Normal’

Wickshire Poland Finds Local Partners for Activities, Marketing Events

Valley Businesses Adapt to Pandemic Challenges

Plenty of Jobs in the Valley, but Applicants Scarce

Perfect Storm Hits the Valley’s Mental Health Field

United Local Wood Shop Offers ‘Foot in the Door’ for Apprenticeships

Gilbert’s Seeks Balance Between Office and Home

Pondi’s Emerges with Familiar Chef, Saturday Brunch

Warren G. Harding High School Welds Skills Gap

Commentary: Bumpy Roads

At Aim Transportation Solutions, the Future Is a Moving Target

3 Salem Manufacturers Find Their ‘New Normal’

Coleman Professional Services Focuses Treatments on Whole Person

Basketball Standout Gives Back to Youth

Local Businesses Never Stopped Rallying

Mahoning Valley Hotels See Demand on the Rise

‘How Are You Holding Up?’

4 Advantages Set Mahoning Valley Apart, Says Regional Chamber CEO

Journal Opinion: Ryan Runs for Senate

ServPro Answers Need For Biohazard Services

Valley Support Groups Go Online for Social Distancing

Employers Boost Benefits to Add, Retain Talent

Brag About Your Brand and Build Business

Commentary: Trash Into Treasure