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The Gazette is delighted to present a new segment highlighting the latest companies that have opened their doors in the region; and also say goodbye to those who have left our community. If you know of a new business that has just arrived or has recently closed, please let us know by email. [email protected]atwest.ca, with […]

The river: where to start? With great s...

(Editor’s note: Captain Don needed a little break to mind his personal affairs – and he’ll be back soon. We thought this would be a good time to celebrate a great storytelling tradition that has started on December 10, 2017 with a question that will not surprise its readers: Where do I start? (The captain […]

The Arch of Cathie Wood “considerably” c

Updates from ARK Investment Management LLC Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about ARK Investment Management LLC news. Cathie Wood, chief executive of Ark Invest and one of the world’s most watched investors, said her fund had significantly reduced its exposure to China, leaving only a portfolio of companies […]

Senior file for September 5 | Where is

WHERE IS Westerly Senior Center is located at 39 State St., Westerly. The opening hours of the center are Monday. to Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Staff will be available Monday through Friday at 401-596-2404. Messages can be left on Lucy’s voicemail otherwise. The on-site dining option for meal service is back. “Take away” […]

Weston’s Appliances Opens New Location i

Weston’s Appliance recently opened a new store in Noblesville. The store is located in downtown Hamilton, 14120 Brooks School Rd., Suite 100. It officially opened on August 26th. Weston’s Appliance, originally from Anderson, has also recently expanded to Muncie. Weston’s Appliance is owned by Fishers Lane resident Ely. Store General Manager Ron Baldwin is pleased […]

Chef Gabriel Pascuzzi’s cereal and veget

Fans of Chef Gabriel Pascuzzi’s pop-up Cereal Bowl restaurant have something to feel good about—Feel good is now a brick and mortar restaurant selling crisp, colorful cereal and veg bowls on SE Belmont Street. The take-out restaurant is Pascuzzi’s third, after Stacked Sandwich Shop and the wood-fired chicken restaurant Mama Bird. The Oregonian reported last […]

5 new openings to discover, including Ro...

Author Olivia Moses – 23 Aug 202123 Aug 2021 Reading time 3 minutes We are excited about the opening of Rock N Roll Sushi in Southside. Photo via Rock and Roll Sushi’s Facebook From your new neighborhood pool hall to your next pizza destination, great things are brewing, Birmingham. Ready to see what this new […]

The Harrington family made Dutch history

In his book “Holland, Michigan”, Robert Swierenga writes “the first [white] The Americans who lived among the Dutch were the families of George Smith, Isaac Fairbanks, George Harrington, Henry Woodruff, Anton Schorno and Gilbert Cranmer. George Smith and his wife, Arvilla, were missionaries to the Odawa at the Old Wing Mission. In 1844, George hired […]

Clark County businesses hampered by disr...

Wait times to receive the products are unpredictable, she said. A supplier dropped six product lines, forcing the company to modify the devices it was installing in new homes. Lumber prices peaked in June at Cole’s supplier, which cost $ 45,001 for a bundle of lumber for a 1,595 square foot home. At the start […]

Upper Makefield’s Dwight Ely to lead US

According to Dwight Ely, Upper Makefield “has grown a lot of houses” in recent years. But it still has some of the best farmland in the country. “The area is incredible. Where there are still farms, it is very fertile,” he said. He knows from experience. His family has operated a farm in Bucks County […]