Traveling waffle vendor gets permanent home.
Ceremonies planned across state to remember victims of workplace fatalities.
Sandusky Newspaper Group, the Reflector’s parent company, has owned the Standard Examiner since 1993.
Plus, Milan councilman welcomed at new job and more
Bone Boy’s BBQ catering portion of the business will continue to operate.
Store’s first inspection results in 19 violations, and follow-up inspection leads to another 12 violations.
Can states force retailers with a “virtual presence” to collect tax on sales?
Also, TSC invites customers to try equipment before they buy at special event; and EMS operators recognized
Lanny Gilbert, owner of Pizza Cravin’, bought the property at 78 Benedict Ave. for the lone bid of $100 Monday.
Tourism brings in $2 billion; focuses on families, couples, friends.
Cooperative sponsors art contest for children of members ages 3 to 14.
Lake Erie Shores and Islands held its annual meeting and state of tourism address Thursday night at Kalahari. Guests got the opportunity to learn more about the newest additions to the tourism industry in the area and what the next year holds for
“All businesses should be paying their fair share of Ohio’s primary business tax.”
Also, new doc in town, free coffee tasting Friday and local employees promoted.
New Caramel Chocoholic Donut brings for spring a new take on the classic combo of chocolate and caramel