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Tiffin Metal plans to add 18 jobs

March 31, 2015 Tiffin Metal Products plans a $750,000 investment in machinery and equipment that is to add 18 full-time jobs, it was announced Monday. more »»

Wall Street exec to speak at ’Berg

March 25, 2015 A Wall Street executive is to address Heidelberg University during The Patricia Adams Lecture Series in April. more »»

Professionals’ group eyes how to handle board-dom

March 25, 2015 An event planned for Tuesday by Seneca County Young Professionals is to feature a panel discussion regarding “How to Properly Serve on a Board.” The event is to begin at 6:30 p. more »»

Some corporations allow you to ‘B’ a social entrepreneur

March 11, 2015 A new type of entrepreneurial venture is becoming popular in the United States and other countries. Social entrepreneurism is a hybrid between for-profit businesses and not-for-profit social agencies. more »»

Some corporations allow you to ‘B’ a social entrepreneur

March 10, 2015 A new type of entrepreneurial venture is becoming popular in the United States and other countries. Social entrepreneurism is a hybrid between for-profit businesses and not-for-profit social agencies. more »»

Baby, it’s cold outside

February 20, 2015 Asian Grill at Tiffin Mall was forced to temporarily close Thursday after its sprinkler system froze and malfunctioned. more »»

Ballreich’s offers 2 products nationwide

February 18, 2015 Ballreich’s Potato Chips products now are available nationwide. more »»

Splinters Cafe to hang shingle in downtown

January 19, 2015 Splinters Cafe and Spirits is to open a second location at 20 E. Market St. this spring. more »»

Retiring car salesman recalls changes

January 5, 2015 The staff at Coppus Motors on West Market Street bade farewell Friday to long-time salesman Dale Bickel. more »»

Cold Water Tavern closes for business

January 3, 2015 After opening less than one year ago in the former Shellshuckers location, 1927 SR 53, Cold Water Tavern closed for business Frida. more »»

Space readied for new biz

December 31, 2014 Ground was broken Tuesday for the joint Dunkin’ Donuts-Mickey Mart location at South Bon Air Avenue and West Market Street. more »»

Bub’s in Bloomville hopes to provide family-friendly eatery

December 31, 2014 By Karen Kin Staff Writer kkin@advertiser-tribune. more »»

Taking care of business in New Riegel

December 14, 2014 In its 50th year of business, Paul’s Market in New Riegel has new owners and a new name. The new Perry Street Market officially changed hands Dec. 1. The store at 11 N. Perry St. more »»

Huston, we have expansion

December 6, 2014 Huston Insurance and Financial Services is to invest $700,000 in a new 5,200-square-foot facility at Airport Industrial Park. more »»

The carriage awaits

December 6, 2014 PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE Shane Sager of Pine Acres Carriage Services prepares a horse to provide carriage rides on Court Street Friday evening. Rides also are to be offered 4-9 p.m. more »»

Irving plans $1.1M expansion

December 4, 2014 Irving Equipment announced plans Wednesday for a $1.1 million expansion, which includes a new 40,000-square-foot building, at 1785 CR 1 near its existing facility at Airport Industrial Park. more »»

Entrepreneurs among victims of unrest in Ferguson, elsewhere

December 3, 2014 Much of the coverage of last month’s civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, focused on the legal issues leading to the protests and rioting after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police... more »»

Solar-powered farms exceed 1 million-watt mark in region

December 3, 2014 MILAN — Within a five-mile radius of Milan, six farmers recently seized control of their electricity costs by plugging into solar power. more »»

$16M expansion planned

November 20, 2014 American Fine Sinter is to invest $16 million in an expansion project and create 24 jobs at the Tiffin headquarters as early as next year. more »»

Have a holly, jolly and local Christmas

November 12, 2014 With the holiday shopping season in full swing, entrepreneurs are encouraging people to buy from local businesses. Local, independent retailers have some big advantages over big-box competitors. more »»

 
 
 

 

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