Flipbook

November 2021

Colleges React to Low Enrollment

In the November 2021 edition, colleges react to low enrollment. Cost-cutting and program adjustments are shared imperatives...but how? Also in this edition, the Farmers-Cortland merger strengthens community, National Philanthropy Day and we start our Shop Local series.

Mahoning Valley Colleges React to Low Enrollment

Mobile Market Would Be Oasis in Food Desert

Stores Build a Community of Customers

OWR Takes New Approach to ‘Romeo and Juliet’

Farmers-Cortland Merger Bodes Well

Valley Cleaning Services Mop Up in Stable Market

Damage Restoration Companies Keep Busy

Thompson Insurance Group Earns Business Recognition

Greenwoods Recognized as Outstanding Philanthropists

Schulick Named Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser

Mahoning-Shenango AFP Returns to Tradition

SOD Center Expands With Computer Lab

Valley Foundations Underwrite Community Initiatives, Nonprofit Organizations

KO Consulting Helps Small Businesses Grow

Lou Blaney Family Raises $100K For the Alzheimer’s Association

Penguin PASS Plans for Academic Student Success

Nothing New to Sell? Sell It Used Online

Former Kitchen Post Owner Becomes Pizza Boy

Students Give Back with Layups for Lucy

Resch Foundation Earns Legacy Award

Plenty of New Faces in YSU Basketball

Tressel Recognized for Her Impact on Valley

Commentary: Space Travel

Soft Touch Furniture Expands to Supply DIY Customers

M&M Industries Already Poised to Double in Size

HD Davis CPAs Ranked Third on Best Firms for Women List

American Business Center, Boardman, Ohio

American Business Center Celebrates 40 Years

North Side Restaurant Offers a Taste of the Caribbean

DeBartolo Legacy Exhibit Memorializes Man Who Built Southern Park Mall

Lowellville CIC Opens Up New Tools for Development

Commentary: A Tale of Three Cities