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Clarity key for effective leader, former AT&T chief says

April 1, 2011 Leadership is about how clear people make their message, how closely they watch money, how bravely they share problems and how they spread praise, a businesswoman says. more »»

K&C Cellular to give community another option

March 24, 2011 Advice from a friend and a perceived need for pre-paid cellular service has led to a new business venture in downtown Tiffin. K&C Cellular 1, 68 E. Market St., opened to customers March 1. more »»

National Machinery workers OK

March 15, 2011 National Machinery employees working in Japan were unharmed in the natural disasters that occurred last wee. more »»

Elmwood at the Springs opens sleep disorder lab

March 8, 2011 GREEN SPRINGS — Although millions of Americans suffer from some sleep disorder, many remain untreated. more »»

Scooterz Pizza new in Bettsville

March 7, 2011 BETTSVILLE — Homemade pizza dough and sauce, original recipes and a place to dine-in, with Wi-Fi access. Bettsville residents now have a local eatery, Scooterz Pizza, 207 State St. more »»

Flood insurance helps residents cover cost of damaging waters

March 2, 2011 COLUMBUS — Flooding can occur during any season, but typically is most prevalent during the late winter and early spring, when rain pours over frozen ground and causes runoff. more »»

Flooding tips from Columbia Gas

March 2, 2011 If flooding is imminent: • Turn off electrical power to each appliance and leave it of. more »»

HEAP assistance to be offered at Salvation Army

March 2, 2011 A representative from the Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging Inc. is to be at Tiffin Salvation Army Food Pantry, 505 E. Market St.,Tiffin, at 1:30-3 p.m. more »»

As business picks up, National Machinery expands international projects

February 28, 2011 Trying to survive an ever-changing market, National Machinery has looked at ways to grow, including broadening its international presence. more »»

Home loans available through USDA with no money down

February 23, 2011 The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s rural development division announced it is accepting applications for fiscal year 2011 funding. more »»

Brush, compost facility to thaw, open Tuesday

February 23, 2011 Tiffin City’s brush and compost facility at 961 N. Water St. is to reopen Tuesday. The facility is to be open 7:30 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. daily. more »»

Local growers selling community assisted agriculture shares

February 21, 2011 People interested in buying a share of fresh produce in season from local producers through community assisted agriculture have two choices in Seneca County. more »»

Tarp, liner maker plans Fostoria facility, jobs

February 18, 2011 FOSTORIA – A Washington-based company said it plans to expand operations to Fostoria, adding a number of new jobs to the area. Inland Tarp and Liner LLC, headquartered in Moses Lake, Wash. more »»

Adventures in Books begins today in Fostoria

February 17, 2011 FOSTORIA — Local author Naomi Chapman of Fostoria has found a way to market her novels — her own bookstore. Today through Saturday, she is celebrating the grand opening of Adventures in Books. more »»

Clouse Construction gets nod for new goat barn

February 10, 2011 Seneca County Agricultural Society awarded the contract for its new goat barn and show ring to Clouse Construction Tuesday night. more »»

Fostoria’s Consumer Products sold for $950 million

February 7, 2011 FOSTORIA — A private investment company is expected to acquire Honeywell’s automotive Consumer Products Group business later this year. more »»

Saving energy, money with AEP

February 2, 2011 GAHANNA — AEP Ohio, a unit of American Electric Power, has begun a program that is to offer rebates to residential customers who buy energy-efficient appliances. more »»

Wretched ‘rotten egg’ smell gone with landfill’s new ventilation system

January 31, 2011 FOSTORIA —Sunny Farms Landfill employees refer to it as an Olympic Torch. Especially visible at dusk, the “torch” actually is a flame atop a large pip. more »»

City gains ‘higher end’ thrift-shop business

January 17, 2011 Operating a store that relies on and supports the community is the goal of Jeremy Parkins, owner of Heritage Thrift LLC. Located at 70 S. Washington St., the thrift shop opened for business Saturda. more »»

Stop Shop reopens under new owner

January 10, 2011 Mike Dumonte is now operating the Stop Shop auto repair business under the new name, Mike’s Stop Shop. The business, at 895 S. Bon Aire Ave., reopened Dec. 1 after being closed for several months. more »»

 
 

 

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