Dr. Rodney Hill of Associates in Women’s Health recently announced a Thanksgiving dinner giveaway. This is the second year for Dr. Hill’s giveaway, where a Thanksgiving turkey dinner is given to one winner.
The winner will receive a catered Thanksgiving dinner for four to 10 people delivered to their door on Thanksgiving morning.
Patients and nonpatients of Dr. Hill are welcome to enter the contest at AIWhealth.com or visit the Associates in Women’s Health Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AIWHealth.
The deadline to enter the giveaway is Nov. 16, and a winner will be chosen at random Nov. 17. The winner will be notified by email or phone Nov. 17.
Effective Nov. 10, Dominion Energy Ohio’s rates will be $2.752 per thousand cubic feet, 22.2 cents, or 7.5 percent, lower than the October rates of $2.974. The rates are 3.8 cents per Mcf, or 1.4 percent, higher than the November 2016 rates of $2.714 per thousand cubic feet.
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Young Living Auto Sales, 535 E. Western Reserve Road, at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Young Living Auto Sales is a family-owned, used-car dealership operated by Phill Knipp, Theresa Woolley and Thomas Woolley.
Coats for Kids
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, a family-owned and operated real- estate agency for 60 years, is once again partnering with WTAM Radio’s Coats for Kids. Through Dec. 18, 32 Howard Hanna offices will serve as collection sites for the Coats for Kids campaign.
Since its creation in 1981, Coats for Kids has distributed hundreds of thousands of coats in all sizes to children in need throughout Northeast Ohio. Last year, Howard Hanna collected more than 6,400 coats for children in need and hopes to collect more than 7,000 this year.
OPEC: Fossil fuels will be main energy source for decades
OPEC says growth in global oil demand will steadily lessen from an annual average of 1.3 million barrels a day between 2016 and 2020, to 300,000 barrels a day by 2035-2040. But it says fossil fuels will remain the main energy source decades from now.
The organization’s annual World Oil Outlook published Tuesday says renewables are projected to record the fastest growth but their share of total energy supply is still anticipated to remain below 5.5 percent by 2040.
The report by the 14-nation Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries says that the use of fossil fuels – 81 percent of the global energy mix in 2015 – will decline by 2040. But the cartel says they will still account then for 74 percent of all energy used.
Selected local stocks
Alcoa Inc., .1246.95-0.34
Aqua America, .71 36.38 0.30
Chemical Bank, .2751.75-1.18Community Health Sys.4.460.12
Cortland Bancorp, .2818.800.00
Farmers Nat., .1613.85 -0.70
First Energy, 1.44 33.140.37
FirstMerit Corp.,— —
First Niles Financial, .1211.000.00
FNB Corp., .4813.03-0.48
General Motors, 1.5241.71-0.43
General Electric, .9220.210.08
Huntington Bank, .28 13.40-0.38
iHeartMedia Inc.,1.28 0.03
JP Morgan Chase, 1.9298.72-2.06
Key Corp, .3418.10-0.48
LaFarge, .34— —
Macy’s, 1.51 17.54-0.62
Parker Hannifin, 2.52 185.610.99
Simon Prop. Grp., 6.60159.054.06
Stoneridge 21.89 -0.24
United Comm. Fin., .12 8.78-0.27
Selected prices from Tuesday’s 4 p.m. close.