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MARKETING YOUR BUSINESS: The Greater Warren-Youngstown Urban League will present “Getting the Word Out: Marketing Your Business,” a Minority Business Assistance Center Workshop, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Urban League’s main office, 290 W. Market St., Warren. Admission is free, but requires registration by calling 330-394-4316.

PHANTOMS CHOOSE 898 MARKETING: Canfield-based 898 Marketing has been named the Youngstown Phantoms 2017-18 marketing partner. The firm will handle strategic marketing, planning, social media management, video production and advertising schedule for the USHL hockey team.

CHAMBER PRESENTS PUCO VICE CHAIR TROMBOLD: Beth Trombold, vice chairman, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, will address the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber’s Government Affairs Council 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the Maronite Center in Youngstown. Trombold is also past president of the Organization of PJM States, which regulates access to the nation’s power grid. She is a member of the National Association of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners, where she serves on the Committee on Energy Resources and the Environment. She is chair of PJM’s Independent State Agencies Committee that focuses on transmission needs within PJM. She also serves on the Financial Research Institute advisory board at the University of Missouri. Reservations may be made online at, by calling 330-744-2131, Ext. 1212, or emailing

HONOREES SELECTED FOR 25 UNDER 35: The Mahoning Valley Young Professionals, in partnership with the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, will recognize its 2017-2018 Honorees for the 25 Under 35 Awards during a ceremony Feb. 8 at Stambaugh Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Ave., Youngstown. The program, in its 13th year, honors Mahoning Valley young professionals for excellence in their professional field and commitment to their community. Three honorees will be distinguished for special accolades as MVP Award winners. Honorees are selected by a panel of judges formed by CFMV, MVYP and community leaders. The nominations are judged on education, professional and community service categories. They are: James Anderson, ADO Health Services; Angelo Babbaro, Portfolio 22; Ian Beniston, Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.; Courtney Boyle, MS Consultants Inc.; Joshua Boyle, Public Library of Youngstown; Sarah Braun, Eastern Ohio Education Partnership; Patrick Brine, Mercy Health Youngstown; Billie Daugherty, Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice; Jack Daugherty, Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.; Shannon Dudash, Briarfield Health Care Centers; Jessica Foster, Cohen & Co.; Jim Freeze, Youngstown Area Goodwill Industries; Jereme Frey, Confluence Advisors; David Griswold, Youngstown State University; Olivia Hiznay, Mercy Health Youngstown; Lauren Johnson, Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber; Nils Johnson, Johnson & Johnson Law Office; Adam Keck, Modern Methods Brewing Co.; Annissa Neider, MS Consultants Inc.; Jessica Ann Oates, Comprehensive Behavioral Health Associates; Mark Oles, Cardinal Mooney High School; Dean Palombaro, Austintown Local Schools; Lucas Politsky, Youngstown State University; Karen Raghanti, Cohen & Co.; Dr. Jessica Reiter, Community Medical Associates; Emily Rusu, Jet Creative; Courtney Stryffeler, Mercy Health — St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital; and Andrew Thompson, Thompson Insurance Group. To read the full story from the Tribune Chronicle, click here.