Business briefs

• HILLSIDE RE-ACCREDITED: The in-patient rehabilitation programs at Howland-based Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital have been re-accredited for three years by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, making this the seventh consecutive three-year accreditation for the hospital. Hillside has 69 beds and offers a variety of rehabilitation programs, including vocational rehabilitation, speech / language pathology, audiology and psychological services. The hospital also has several specialized centers including brain injury, speech / language pathology and audiology.

• JOB FAIR TO BE HELD IN GIRARD: Staff Right will hold a job fair for NOV Tuboscope from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at 216 N. State St. in Girard for full-time long-term factory labor positions. The company provides technology services to the steel, pipe, oil, and gas industries. Attendees should bring two forms of identification.

• SYMPHONY RECEIVES DONATION: The Youngstown Symphony Society received a $5,500 donation from Home Savings to underwrite a performance by the symphony. The symphony is celebrating its 92nd season.

People on the Move

• ZEPERNICK RECEIVES PROMOTION: Cortland resident and Kent State University alumnus Nate Zepernick has been promoted to furniture manager for Boardman-based Modern Office Products. The company sells office supplies and furniture and shipping, breakroom, maintenance and janitorial supplies. Zepernick previously served as purchasing manager.

New businesses

• SEVEN SEVENTEEN CANFIELD BRANCH BREAKS GROUND: Seven Seventeen Credit Union broke ground on its newest branch last Tuesday, bringing the number of locations to 13. The Canfield branch will be located at 4280 Boardman-Canfield Road and is expected to be completed in spring 2019. The building was designed by Baker Bednar Snyder and Associates and will be built by the Jack Gibson Construction Co.