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All areas open at Walmart after fire

September 25, 2014 All departments at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, were open Wednesday, about three weeks after a fire left extensive smoke damage throughout the store. more »»

 
 
 
Burns to host ‘After Five’ today

September 25, 2014 Burns Electric, 116 E. Market St., plans to mark its 50th year in business with an After Five celebration 5-7 p.m. today at its downtown store. more »»

Entrepreneurs sometimes need to fine-tune education

September 24, 2014 With students back in school, it is a good time for entrepreneurs to review their lifelong learning pla. more »»

Impact CU plans Tiffin office

September 23, 2014 Impact Credit Union, formerly Clyde-Findlay Area Credit Union, is to open its first full-service facility in Tiffin early next year. more »»

National workers laud CEO, note milestone

September 20, 2014 Employees of National Machinery LLC presented CEO and owner Andrew H. Kalnow with an award of appreciation during an employee luncheon Friday. more »»

CVS buys Zellner Pharmacy

September 6, 2014 Zellner Pharmacy has sold its business to CVS Pharmacy, owner Kent Zellner said Friday. The sale has been in discussion for some time, Zellner said. more »»

Entrepreneurs continually need educational tune-up

September 3, 2014 With students returning to school, it also is a good time for entrepreneurs to review their lifelong learning plan. more »»

Say hello

August 22, 2014 With strong faith, high energy and skilled coffee-making, Delana Ball opens Sabaidee Coffee House today at 45 S. Sandusky St. next to Tiffin University. “Sabaidee,” which translates to “Hello. more »»

Mane Cinsations closes; Shear Elegance to open

August 22, 2014 After 21 years as owner of Mane Cinsations salon, 6 Sycamore St., Cindy Haupert recently sold the business. more »»

Law firm opening Tiffin office

August 22, 2014 The law firm of Fraser, Clemens, Martin and Miller LLC announced it is opening a branch in the Laird Arcade building. Jacob M. more »»

Flower shop gaining new ownership

August 13, 2014 Tom Rodgers Flowers, 245 S. Washington S. more »»

Family-owned businesses face same challenges as other firms

July 2, 2014 Family businesses that are owned and managed by multiple generations can create continuity in those firms. But keeping the business in the family may be more complicated than it first appear. more »»

Dollar General location celebrates

July 2, 2014 GREEN SPRINGS — Dollar General is to celebrate the opening of its new location at 453 N. Broadway St., Green Springs, at 8 a.m. Saturday with prizes and merchandise deals. more »»

Designers Unlimited marking 15 years with open house, sale

June 25, 2014 Designers Unlimited is to celebrate 15 years of serving Tiffin Friday and Saturday. Michelle Bogner, owner of the salon at 500 W. Perry St. more »»

2nd eatery at Laird Arcade

June 18, 2014 New Mexican restaurant Burrito Loko is moving into the former Iron Gate Cafe and two storefronts in the Laird Arcade Building after finalizing a lease Tuesda. more »»

Revving

June 13, 2014 O’Reilly Auto Parts is to open a store in Tiffin in September. Tim Fenton, district manager, said the store, to be located at 493 W. Market St., is expected to open Sept. 27. more »»

Small businesses should chase seniors

June 11, 2014 The year 2014 marks the 50th birthday of the last of the baby boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964. more »»

The buzz

June 6, 2014 Ashlee Decker is hoping Tiffin will eat local at her new business, The Beehive Café. more »»

Credit union changes name to Your Legacy

June 2, 2014 Change is in the air for Tiffin’s only locally based credit union. Tiffin St. more »»

Hydroponics business moving downtown

May 31, 2014 Teaching people to grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables, and selling them the supplies to do grow them, is the basis for a new downtown business. Ohio Hydroponics, 59 E. Market S. more »»

Owner foresees something special for eatery in Sycamore

May 28, 2014 SYCAMORE — Dawn Riedel is cooking up something special in Sycamore. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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