Where Did Chill-Can Funding Go?

In the October 2022 edition, several criminal and civil cases related to Chill-Can say investors were defrauded, and breast cancer detection advances.

October 2022 Issue


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Where Did Chill-Can Funding Go?

Skilled Trades Urge Teens to Become Apprentices

YWCA Gives Mom, Son a Second Chance

Journal Opinion: EV Adoption and Politics

Chill-Can Investor Names Joseph in Suit

Downtown Salem Enjoys a Rebirth

Commentary: Aha! Generation Jones

EGCC Career Advancement Training Fills Needs

Incentives, Training Aid Columbiana County Businesses

Clinical Trials May Lead to New Treatments

Remembering the TV Ads You Couldn’t Miss

Rockers Team Up for Tribute Shows

Filling Gaps: Judge Mentors Next Generation of Probate Attorneys

Calcutta Businesses Look on the Bright Side

No Let Up in Demand at Superior Auto Body

Myers Equipment Awaits EV School Buses

Managing Your Cancer Diagnosis Goes Beyond Physical Treatments

Comedian Returns Home to Tape Comedy Special

YBI Gets $475,000 For Tech Block 5

Becker Family Gives $1 Million to YSU

Platt Insurance Forecasts Growth with New Office

Solar Project Opponents Throw Shade

Breast Cancer Treatment Advances Close to Home

Combine Brothers Ownership Group Plans More Restaurants

Monarchs: Mascots or Masterful Branding?

YSU Aims to Recruit, Retain STEM Talent

ApprenticeOhio Employers Can Get Grants