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Small businesses should chase seniors

June 11, 2014 The year 2014 marks the 50th birthday of the last of the baby boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964. more »»

The buzz

June 6, 2014 Ashlee Decker is hoping Tiffin will eat local at her new business, The Beehive Café. more »»

Credit union changes name to Your Legacy

June 2, 2014 Change is in the air for Tiffin’s only locally based credit union. Tiffin St. more »»

Hydroponics business moving downtown

May 31, 2014 Teaching people to grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables, and selling them the supplies to do grow them, is the basis for a new downtown business. Ohio Hydroponics, 59 E. Market S. more »»

Owner foresees something special for eatery in Sycamore

May 28, 2014 SYCAMORE — Dawn Riedel is cooking up something special in Sycamore. more »»

Seneca jobless rate at 8-year low

May 21, 2014 Seneca County’s April unemployment rate is the lowest it has been since August 2006, according to civil labor force estimates from Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. more »»

Automotive services shop opens in Tiffin

May 21, 2014 For those with an eye for automotive excellence, Precision Automotive Technologies recently opened in Tiffin. more »»

Tech firm makes JEM of a move

May 20, 2014 After running his business, JEM Consulting, from home for the past nine years, owner Jason McClaflin recently moved the company into the former Warner dealership building, 2226 W. Market St. more »»

CHEAP ‘R’ is just way to do business

May 20, 2014 It’s almost air conditioning weather, and a new HVAC company in Tiffin is ready to help keep customers cool. more »»

Ace store launches new line of paint

May 14, 2014 By Karen Kin Staff Writer kkin@advertiser-tribune.com The paint studio at Tiffin Ace Hardware has a bright new look, and is introducing a new line of paint to match. more »»

Upcycle Ink targets customer satisfaction

May 8, 2014 Audrey Jackson, owner of UpCycle Ink, believes a successful business needs to rely on two principles: Offer customers a product that no one else can and do so at a good price. more »»

Head Shed adds treatments to relax, shed toxins

April 16, 2014 Seeking to fulfill the needs of current and potential clients, Head Shed, 716 W. Market St., recently expanded the services available at the salon. more »»

Brothers closing Court Lee Interiors

April 14, 2014 After more than 50 years in business, Court Lee Interiors is closing its doors this week. Owners Bob and Mike Lee have decided it’s time to retire. “We don’t have to go out. more »»

Owner moving Primitive crafts

April 14, 2014 After seven years of running Primitive Crossroads Craft Barn from outbuildings on her family farm near Bloomville, Angie Weisenauer is ready to move her store to a larger locatio. more »»

Beck’s Supply closing in Attica

April 7, 2014 The Attica office of Beck’s Supply is closing after 18 years and consolidating into its Fremont building. more »»

Tiffin man’s company makes targets

April 5, 2014 After 10 years serving in the military, Jamie Chester has channeled his expertise and adventurous spirit to start a company that designs, produces and sells high-quality shooting targets, 3rd Rock... more »»

Franchising is a popular option for starting a business

April 2, 2014 One of the more popular ways for starting a business is to buy and operate a franchise. more »»

Graphic design business adds retail paper store

April 2, 2014 By Nick Dutro Sunday Editor ndutro@advertiser-tribune.com When a big box retailer closed shop at Westgate, it left Tiffin with a void in the office supply marke. more »»

Ag Credit reports record net earnings

March 29, 2014 FOSTORIA — Ag Credit, a member-owned cooperative, had record net earnings of $42.4 million during 2013, an increase of $14.6 million from 2012. more »»

Papa Jimmie’s back in business

March 21, 2014 Seven months after a fire damaged Papa Jimmie’s in Green Springs, the restaurant is open for business. Jim Kleinhans, owner of Papa Jimmie’s, said the fire, which occurred Aug. more »»

 
 
 

 

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