Josephine Peterson Delaware News Journal Published 6:03 PM EST Feb 12, 2019 A car was rear-ended into a store near Elsmere on Tuesday afternoon. A 36-year-old Wilmington woman was driving west on Del. 4 near West Reamer Avenue, and rear-ended a 58-year-old Wilmington man's car, state police said. His vehicle rammed into "Pride Klean," a home-cleaning business, and the car when through the wall into an office. Both of the drivers and the owner of the business were evaluated for possible minor injuries, state police said. Owner Peter Chakonas said he was sitting at his desk when the car drove through his business. "I saw my windows come crashing down on top of me at my desk," he said. "But I'm fine." The Wilmington woman was cited for inattentive driving. POLICE: Wilmington police officer charged with rape Police look for man filming in Concord Mall fitting room Contact Josephine Peterson at (302) 324-2856 or [email protected] … [Read more...] about Rear-ended car drives through business near Elsmere
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Mary Hance Nashville Tennessean Published 11:23 AM EST Feb 12, 2019 As Ms. Cheap, I'm always looking for lunches that my readers and I can enjoy for $10 or less. Here are my columns on some of my recent finds for good food, good price, and in most cases good free parking. Most require that you drink tap water rather than soda or tea to stay under my $10 limit. But they are all great meal deals. And as I build this list of good affordable lunch spots, I always welcome your suggestions of places to go, and what to order when you get there. Check back because I will be adding new options every couple of weeks. This list is making me hungry. Dairy King This South Nashville mainstay serves affordable meat and three lunches and dinners Monday through Friday, as well as burgers and assorted ice cream treats. The menu rotates from day to day, but owner Jeff Jones says popular items include the Thursday … [Read more...] about Lunch near me: Nashville restaurants offer meals for $10 or less
Move over Thanksgiving shopping and Black Friday - it’s time for Small Business Saturday.Small Business Saturday is Nov. 24. It’s designed as a time to celebrate and support small businesses and their contributions to their communities.American Express launched Small Business Saturday in 2010 as a way to bolster community businesses in the middle of an economic recession. It has since become an annual shopping tradition on the Saturday following Thanksgiving. “What began nine years ago as an effort to support local stores during the holiday shopping season has become the Shop Small movement, bringing together millions of shoppers, small businesses of all kinds, civic leaders and organizations in thousands of towns and cities across the country,” said Elizabeth Rutledge, Chief Marketing Officer at American Express. “Shopping small has a significant and positive effect on local communities, and we hope Small Business Saturday will help to amplify that effect … [Read more...] about Small Business Saturday 2018: What stores near me are participating?
Luann Gibbs Cincinnati Enquirer Published 10:35 AM EDT Oct 25, 2018 It's craft show time again in Cincinnati, where shoppers can find something for everyone on their holiday shopping lists. From handmade treasures to rustic gifts, shopping local means your dollars stay in the community and help support local businesses and charities. This list is by no means comprehensive. We will be running a new one weekly through the end of the year. To get yours listed, send the details to [email protected] Friday, Oct. 26 Holiday Bazaar, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Maple Knoll Center, 11275 Springfield Pike, Springdale. The Maple Leaf Auxiliary hosts annual Holiday Bazaar. Crafts and other treasures. Charm at the Farm, 3:30-7 p.m. Friday VIP only, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, 4953 Bunnell Hill Road, Lebanon. $15 VIP, $5 general. Final event of the season. Open air shopping vintage market located on 56-acre farm. Features … [Read more...] about Craft shows near me: Cincinnati craft show calendar
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