Business briefs

APOSTOLAKIS HONDA WINS AWARD: Apostolakis Honda in Bazetta has earned the prestigious 2018 Council of Excellence Award for distinguishing itself and its financing team as outstanding providers of financial services to its customers.

Only 15 percent of Honda dealerships were recognized by Honda Financial Services with the award. This is the ninth time Apostolakis Honda has won the Council of Excellence Award in its 43-year history.

The dealership is also a winner of the Honda Customer Service Experience Award and Fixed Trust Visit Award.

SOUTHWOODS HOSTING OPEN HOUSE: Southwoods Health is hosting an open house from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday to celebrate the opening of its new pain and spine center at the Southwoods Medical Building, 250 DeBartolo Drive, Boardman.

The public is invited to attend the event that will have giveaways, guided tours and a chance to meet physicians and staff.

The center provides treatment for a variety of pain and spine conditions, including neck and back pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, chronic pelvic pain, herniated discs, compression fractures, nerve damage, complex regional pain syndrome and neuropathy — as well as pain associated with arthritis, cancer, joints, muscle spasms and shingles.

FOOT AND ANKLE DOCTORS JOIN NOMS: Ankle & Foot Care Centers (AFCC), a group of 17 podiatric physicians and surgeons in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania, recently joined the Northern Ohio Medical Specialists Healthcare team.

AFCC’s 20 offices in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys will be renamed NOMS Ankle &Foot Care Centers.

Locations, staff, contact information and office hours will remain the same.

Sandusky-based NOMS Healthcare spans northern Ohio from Toledo to western Pennsylvania. The independent physician group of over 250 providers practices in 32 areas of specialty in 43 cities.

PNC GETS HIGH MARKS: PNC Financial Services has received an outstanding Community Reinvestment Act rating from the U.S. Office of Comptroller of the Currency. In addition, the bank received an outstanding rating in Ohio and in the Youngstown / Warren / Boardman market for its commitment to and involvement in low-to-moderate income areas.

The rating, which was recently issued, is for 2012-16.

PNC has received an outstanding rating since the CRA ratings began in 1977. About 10 percent of all insured depository institutions receive an outstanding rating.

HOME SAVINGS DONATION: Home Savings has donated $7,500 to the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber Foundation. The money will be used for economic development initiatives. Gary Small, president and CEO of Home Savings, presents Guy Coviello, president of the foundation, the check.

New businesses

TITLE AGENCY OPENS: Market Title Agency officially opened its doors for business Monday. An affiliated business of Burgan Real Estate, Market Title, 5361 Market St., Boardman, is led by attorney Vince Morgione and Lindsay Burgan.

A ribbon-cutting was held Friday.

People on the Move

OHIO LIVING PARK VISTA NAMES DIRECTOR: Chuck Rudge of Boardman, has been named director of business development at Ohio Living Park Vista senior living organization in Youngstown. He began the new role in April.

Most recently, Rudge served as marketing services manager for Werner Co., a leader in the production of climbing equipment and job-site storage.

COLEMAN WELCOMES NEW VP: Hattie M. Tracy has been named senior vice president of clinical services at Coleman Professional Services. She replaces Sandy Myers, who is retiring June 30 after over 30 years of service at Coleman.

Tracy was most recently senior director of clinical strategy, community outreach and health care integration at Child Guidance and Family Solutions of Summit County.

She is a licensed independent social work supervisor and a licensed chemical dependency counselor III.