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The Better Business Bureau is warning of stolen identities through unsolicited 1099-G forms consumers are receiving through the mail.

Results of the COVID-19 Business Impacts and Recovery Study conducted by the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce will be presented on March 10 at 8 a.m. through a Zoom meeting platform.

TOLEDO – The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority has provided $44.46 million in financing in 2020 to various organizations across the region through its multiple financing programs. A total of 11 Small Business Administration and Ohio Regional 166 Loans were closed totaling $7.46 million, set…

TOLEDO — Home Instead offices serving Toledo and surrounding communities are looking to fill dozens of permanent caregiver positions.

Bowling Green’s Business Revolving Loan Fund was established in 1987 as a means of offering “gap finance assistance” for those businesses desiring to create employment for persons at lower income levels within Bowling Green’s corporation limits.

FOSTORIA — AgCredit, one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders for farmers, rural homeowners and agribusiness has announced the recipients of its 2020 Mission Fund.

Dick Eppstein, president of the Better Business Bureau for northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, recently offered the following warnings about scams for the new year:

TOLEDO – Mercy Health is introducing a consolidated air and ground transportation services company to provide quality care to those who require medical transport services, including critical care transport.

Bowling Green without a Stimmel’s wasn’t something that Jim Grames could comprehend.

The Bowling Green Community Foundation, a non-profit entity, dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Bowling Green area, has announced its grant recipients for 2020. Over $40,000 in funding will be awarded.

All of the best in local arts and crafts come together at Inspired Mindz. The shop hosts many eclectic local arts and crafts vendors, with merchandise ranging from quilts, soaps, cocoa bombs and custom metal signs.

FREMONT — Quality Steel Corporation, a subsidiary of LT Corporation, has announced plans to create 22 new positions, retain 164 employees and invest approximately $13.9 million into its 721 Graham Drive facility.

FINDLAY — On Dec. 4, “Spangler Candy Company: Four Generations of Making Dum Dums and Candy Canes for the World to Enjoy” will be presented completely virtually from 8-9 a.m. and is free to the public.

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Haraz N. Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, voted in favor of House Bill 621 during session Wednesday. This legislation allows any business that can comply with safety standards from government orders or regulations to stay open.

FOSTORIA — ProMedica Physicians welcomes Ehad Afreen, MD, to ProMedica Physicians Neurology, located at 605 3rd Ave., Suite E, Fremont, and 501 Van Buren St., Suite 202, Fostoria.

TOLEDO — Mercy College of Ohio’s Master of Physician Assistant Studies program has received approval from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) to launch its first class in May of 2021. Physician Assistant (PA) program admission is highly compe…

LIMA — Munger Munger + Associates, a Toledo firm with Wood County ties, is are serving as architects for the new Borra Center for Health Sciences at Rhodes State College on the Town Square in downtown.

TOLEDO — Humana Inc. announced earlier this month it has signed Medicare and commercial plan network agreements with University of Toledo Medical Center and University of Toledo Physicians.