Building Season Looks Strong for Union Trades

YOUNGSTOWN – Robust construction in the public, commercial and residential sectors is not likely to abate anytime soon – providing a sense of comfort and security for members of the local building trades unions that could last years. Even in…

Does Remote Learning Pass the Test?

YOUNGSTOWN – Dyonn Perry is a good student. He’s self-motivated, embraces his studies and is eager to please his teachers.  On a chilly afternoon in February, Dyonn is at his book-strewn kitchen table peering into a laptop as he works…

Steelworkers Remain Optimistic During Downturn

YOUNGSTOWN – Leaders at the United Steelworkers union face an immense challenge: navigating the split personality of COVID-19 as the pandemic inflicts serious pain on some member companies while others remain strong and buoyed by changing consumer habits. Aluminum production…

Tartan Companies Look To Regain Lost Business

By Brad WhiteCEO, The Tartan Companies  BOARDMAN – To say this past year has been a challenging one would be an understatement. Like so many businesses that serve other businesses, The Tartan Companies,  based in Canfield, were dealing with our clients’…

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