Here’s a roundup of local business events, awards and promotions.
Eatery featuring coffee and baked goods plans grand-opening celebration June 30
'This is going to provide a real boost to their services'
Jason James: 'If I can’t be a rock star with my guitar, I’d be one with concrete'
1847 Tavern and Grille “doing great” and promoting heritage-rich food; it’s located in former home of Mill Street Bistro where “Kitchen Nightmare” episodes were filmed.
Deer Creek Woodworks is on a fourth-generation family farm in rural Norwalk.
Norwalk winery wins gold for “He Said She Said” wine.
O’Reilly’s Auto Parts has opened it new Norwalk location, something manager John Young said the city needs.
Norwalk’s R&D Equipment has a rich history, one that has led to its distributing high-quality printing worldwide.
Events are free and open to all; another safety fair is slated for June 10.
Caffeinated Ideas takes place at 9 a.m. Tuesday; small-business financing panel follows at noon.
Sheri and Bill Thomas saw their dream materialize in May 2004 when their Norwalk coffee house opened.
Company, headquartered in Olmsted Township, has been selected as an honoree for the 2017 Smart Business Smart Culture Awards.
Two area residents inducted in Ohio Senior Citizen Hall of Fame.
Miller Ferry is offering free passage to active military and American veterans during Memorial Day weekend.