The mural featuring vikings, Pokemon, video game characters and superheroes is still being painted, but the games they represent are being played and purchased at the new Black Swamp Games store in downtown Bowling Green.
Labor shortages and immigration reform were discussed in a meeting that included local area Congressional offices, employers and issue advocates.
Employment scams are on the rise in the turbulent job market created by the coronavirus pandemic, a new Better Business Bureau study finds. BBB warns job seekers to verify employment offers to avoid illegal jobs, identity theft and fake checks to which millions are exposed annually.
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce held its annual Golf Scramble on Aug. 25. This event began over 36 years ago at BGSU’s Forrest Creason Golf Course and moved Stone Ridge Golf Club in 1991.
Novel Blends owner Michael Stoepler says he hopes the new bookstore and coffee shop on South Main Street will provide an atmosphere that allows community members to get comfy.
TOLEDO — Impact Ohio will hold its first in-person regional conference of 2021 in Toledo on Friday at the Stranahan Theater and Great Hall from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The 2021 Impact Ohio Toledo Regional Conference is a partnership effort with the Success Group and the Toledo Regional Chamber of C…
SYLVANIA — Employers seeking entry-level talent are encouraged to register for the 2021 Fall Career Expo sponsored by Lourdes University. The Career Expo will take place Sept. 29 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Franciscan Center, 6832 Convent Blvd. Masks are required when inside the Franciscan Center.
Joshua Auten is excited to be the student voice on the Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, encourages entities in a Wood County city to apply for the Vibrant Community Program. The program focuses on distressed communities that face hardships for implementing economic development and job creation.
The Bowling Green Community Foundation has a new round of grant funding for 501(c)3 organizations within the 43402/43403 zip codes or within the Bowling Green City Schools District. Applications can be found at http://www.bgohcf.org/applyforagrant and can be submitted until Oct. 15.
FOSTORIA – ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital now offers wound care services. Wound Care treats individuals with hard-to-heal wounds, caused by diabetes, poor circulation, pressure sores or other medical problems.
MILLBURY — The home of American solar is doubling down.
FINDLAY – PaperTech, a manufacturer of sustainable paperboard packaging products to the food and consumer products industries, is expanding due to strong customer demand driven by broader sustainability trends in the consumer goods packaging industry.
LUCKEY — A solid manufacturing supply chain and Ohio stability were praised at the groundbreaking ceremony on Monday for the new $400 million Peloton Output Park in Troy Township.
PERRYSBURG — Buckeye State Bank is slated to open anew building adjacent to Costco-Perrysburg.
Phil Hollenbaugh is so passionate about his work, that the I Love BG Award recipient used his time at Wednesday’s ceremony to promote the beauty growing in Bowling Green.
NORTH BALTIMORE — Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative’s President and CEO is retiring his after 24 years of service.
Have you had an excellent experience with a home remodeler, or landscaper, or car repair service? Perhaps it is a dental or physician office or law practice? Do you know a business that follows the highest standards in the way it treats its customers and employees?
PERRYSBURG — Mercy Health has announced that Andrea Gwyn has joined the Mercy Health team as administrator of Mercy Health – Perrysburg Hospital.
PERRYSBURG – First Solar will hold a virtual career fair, supported by OhioMeans Jobs - Wood County.
I sat through a Zoom call recently entitled “Crisis and Recovery: How to market your business in the wake of the COVID-19.” It was excellent. There were technical and marketing gurus making observations and recommendations. I found it very enlightening and the Zoom call delivered as billed.
ROSSFORD – Ella Flora, a locally owned business since 2014, has opened its first retail location.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The owners of restaurants, amusement parks and retail shops, many of them desperate for workers, are sounding an unusual note of gratitude this summer:
Nexus Engineering Group LLC recently announced plans to expand both its downtown Cleveland headquarters and engineering operations in Maumee, cementing the engineering group’s commitment to better serve clients in the region and engage with Ohio’s diverse talent pool.
Accounting and advisory firm William Vaughan Company had announced its merger with Radel, Smith & Associates in Bowling Green.
Last week I attended an open house for one of my clients. I facilitated their strategic plan just over three years ago. The open house was to share with their suppliers, customers and business partners the company’s expanded offices. This company literally doubled their office space.
Lunch and Learn about Manufacturing Industry’s Labor Shortage and Immigrant Workers & Immigration Regulations on Wednesday.
Binkelman Corporation, a conveyor belt manufacturer and servicing company, is relocating their and headquarters to Bowling Green from Toledo.
Even during a pandemic, the tattoo business has been busy.
A number of ideas have been implemented to bring more business to downtown Bowling Green as it recovers from the coronavirus shutdown.
WATERVILLE – After closing in April, Dale’s Diner will be opening under new ownership on June 22.
If a mimosa with a Three Meat Omelet sounds like a tasty way to start the day, then a stop at a Bob Evans Restaurant could be in the future.
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce has announced a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Ninja Hibachi Sushi Steakhouse on June 22 at 2 p.m.
Around the world, stop in a Peloton store and get a piece of clothing that is only sold there: Peloton New York, Peloton London.
With a career spanning more than 50 years, Mary Newlove Noll is selling Almar Property Management LLC., effective Tuesday.
PERRYSBURG — Advances in the industrial robotics field were put on display during an Automation Technology Expo at the Robex manufacturing facility last week.
NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are going back to one of their favorite pastimes: store shopping.
WALBRIDGE – Metal Construction News has ranked Rudolph Libbe Inc., of the Rudolph Libbe Group, among the 2021 Top Metal Builders for calendar year 2020.
FINDLAY – Cooper Tire & Rubber Company (NYSE: CTB) announced that its stockholders overwhelmingly voted to approve the agreement and plan of merger with The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (Nasdaq: GT), which was announced Feb. 22.
MILLBURY — A state-lauded program that teaches students how to manage money is coming to Lake Local Schools.
WALBRIDGE – Gail Ritchie, of Oregon, Ohio, has been promoted to human resources director for the Rudolph Libbe Group.
TOLEDO – The ProMedica Cancer Institute received high praise in a recent reaccreditation report from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
For Thomas Shultz, a former MMA fighter, record-holding powerlifter and strongman competitor, high-quality workout supplements and nutrition are key to his performance.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Economic Development Administration has awarded two CARES Act Recovery Assistance grants to Bowling Green State University and the Wood County Port Authority totaling $3.15 million.
TOLEDO — The Toledo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has named Salim Elwazani, Ph.D., AIA, the 2021 Architect of the Year in recognition of his commitment to the profession.
Mary Davenport-Yant, CFP, ChFC, CRPC, CMFC, ADPA, CLU, a financial adviser with Ameriprise Financial, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. in Bowling Green, has has earned the 2020 Ameriprise Client Experience Award.
OhioMeansJobs Wood County is creating a new consortium to address the labor shortage in the Wood County region.
Peter Lavalette, managing partner, RCO Law, Toledo, announced the addition of partners, and promotions.
BRADNER — A private buyer based in San Diego is the new owner of the Dollar General property in the village.
For three years, Jesus Vasquez Garcia has been wanting to open his own restaurant on 425 E. Wooster St.
Ryan Dauterman, investment adviser representative for Savage and Associates, is the recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Securities Award – the second time he has earned the recognition.