Month: September 2021

New “Ohio to Work” program unifies Valley’s job development efforts – Business Journal DailyNew “Ohio to Work” program unifies Valley’s job development efforts – Business Journal Daily



YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The recently announced expansion of the Ohio to Work program will bring greater collaboration between businesses, nonprofits that provide job training, education centers and other local organizations.

Banking Group: of course, increase the account threshold for the IRS filing proposal to $ 10,000; we still hate himBanking Group: of course, increase the account threshold for the IRS filing proposal to $ 10,000; we still hate him



Adjusting the threshold at which financial institutions would be required to report additional accounts receivable information to the Internal Revenue Service – something proposed by the Treasury Department in its

Cleveland City Council Approves Financial Benefits for Projects in Fairfax and Clark-Fulton NeighborhoodsCleveland City Council Approves Financial Benefits for Projects in Fairfax and Clark-Fulton Neighborhoods



CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland City Council on Monday approved financial benefits for large construction projects in the Fairfax and Clark-Fulton neighborhoods, designed to bring more apartments, stores and offices to

Painesville Municipal Court Judge Paul R. Malchesky to chair Lake County Notary Commission – News-HeraldPainesville Municipal Court Judge Paul R. Malchesky to chair Lake County Notary Commission – News-Herald



Judge Paul R. Malchesky Lake County Common Pleas Presiding Judge Karen Lawson has appointed Painesville Municipal Court Judge Paul R. Malchesky as chair of the Lake County Notary Services Board.