Home News Business


Minster Bank employees donate to Warrior Ridge


MINSTER — Throughout the month of May, the employees of Minster Bank raised funds in support of Warrior Ridge through the “Casual for a Cause” program.

Minster Bank appoints Monnier as commercial lender


MINSTER — Minster Bank has announced the appointment of Alex Monnier as commercial lender. Monnier is responsible for loan production, relationship management, business development and continuing the Bank’s mission of helping local communities thrive through positive funding opportunities.

Photo: Goffenas’ new Ashley Furniture store opens in Troy


Members of the Goffena family and city of Troy officials, as well the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce and its ambassadors, celebrate cutting the ribbon on the new Ashley Furniture store at 1831 Towne Park Drive, Troy, on Thursday. The grand opening will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday with food trucks, ice cream and giveaways. The regular hours will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m on Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Matt Goffena and his sons, Drew and Evan, are the fourth generation owners of the family furniture business that includes stores in Sidney, Dayton and Lima as well as the Troy location.

Farm Credit Mid-America organizing food drive


VERSAILLES — Farm Credit Mid-America and Rural 1st has announced the fourth annual Fight Hunger, Stock the Trailer event. Presented by Farm Credit Mid-America and sponsored by its consumer lending division, Rural 1st, the initiative brings together junior fairs statewide in a friendly competition to raise donations for their local food banks.

DeWine announces expanded sales tax holiday


COLUMBUS — Gov. Mike DeWine today announced the 2024 expanded sales tax holiday will take place from midnight July 30 until 11:59 p.m. Aug. 8.

CenterPoint invests in safe, reliable natural gas delivery


DAYTON — CenterPoint Energy is continuing its multi-year effort to replace aging bare steel and cast-iron natural gas pipelines throughout west-central Ohio. This year, CenterPoint is investing more than $70 million in Ohio communities where crews will be retiring nearly 90 miles of pipeline.

Business Spotlight: JR and Sons have been fixing cars since 2008


JACKSON CENTER — JR and Sons is a staple business in Jackson Center. When something goes wrong with a car, village residents often call here first.


scattered clouds
72.6 ° F
75.4 °
68 °
85 %
49 %
88 °
87 °
77 °
83 °
87 °