News about Fin Feather Fur, Ballreich’s, United Community Financial and FRMC included in this week’s roundup.
Norwalk factory big enough to house seven football fields.
Farmers are complaining that they can’t find people willing to work their fields.
The East Walton Street store had been closed since a November fire in the back storage room.
Featured bands include The Island Band, Rock n’ Roll Stew, North Coast Goats and 100 Mile Haul
Man, who was unable to graduate from Western Reserve High School after contracting spinal meningitis during his senior year, overcomes many obstacles in becoming successful businessman.
For 27 years, she has served in various capacities in the surgery department.
Students awarded trophies and a $10 restaurant gift card.
Other news items include Fisher-Titus, Firelands Electric, Bettcher Industries and African Safari Wildlife Park
Blue Ribbon Catering has been a family-owned and operated business since it opened in 1985.
Company disagrees with the EU’s decision and says it’s considering an appeal.
Neil Hansberger right at home with Miller Landscape and Garden
Struggling Illinois-based retailer announces latest round of store closures.
Goodwill program helps local 78-year-old woman re-enter work force.
Here’s a roundup of local business events, awards and promotions.