Fans of both Farrol’s of old and Rock-N-Rogers’ menu should be pleased.
*Yarn store opens at Fairview Farm*Local Burgerville has new manager*Financial adviser plans open house
*Store reopens in downtown Dallas*Apartment complex set for opening*Financial adviser plans open house*Ugly sweater contest for pets set
Little known hobby store along 99W specializes in model trains
Inside Tom Pryor’s Machines is a world of miniature trains to be discovered.
*Brixius Jewelers celebrates 55 years*Local art studio hosting open houses*Coat, blanket donations are sought*Financial adviser plans open house*Karmic Computers has gone mobile
“I cook,” he said. “It’s what makes my heart beat. I’ve tried (other careers) trying to find what makes my heart beat, when all the time it was cooking.”
Originally set at $4,000 per building, the Dallas Urban Renewal District Board of Directors on Oct. 20 approved an increase to $10,000 per building.
What you thought you wanted to be for Halloween may change when you see the wide variety of costumes, masks and wigs available for rental at the shop, now open Tuesday through Saturday until Halloween.
*the Find relocates to larger location within Monmouth*Sushi, Japanese food coming soon to downtown Monmouth*Marquis Spa seeks input on ideas for company mascot
Jean Love, executive director of the Monmouth-Independence Chamber of Commerce, will join seven other local chamber leaders on a journey to China, leaving Saturday.
The new tiered system was unveiled Wednesday (today) and includes various levels of involvement, said Jean Love, executive director of the chamber.
New owner to offer beer on tap, full bar, sandwiches and pub food choices
New bar is slated to open in early October.
Hops and Barrel House rocked for its last Friday night at its current location in Independence.
AJ Foscoli joins SEDCOR business retention and expansion team to help businesses in Polk and Yamhill counties.
Dallas’ Home Comfort will mark occasion with celebration
The Flande family is proud of the tradition of customer service the company has built, now spanning six decades as the business celebrates its 60th year serving the Polk County area.