Nov. 15, 2018: The Burchfield Homestead Society’s annual “Trees and Trains” show is returning this weekend in Salem to celebrate Charles Burchfield.
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3 Minutes With: Carol Potter, President, Better Business Bureau
A Christmas Trees and Trains Show
Toy Stores Ready for the Holidays
Preparing for Small Business Saturday
Wentling Builds One-of-a-Kind Guitars
The Better Business Bureau of the Mahoning Valley has #1 membership retention rate in North America.
The Burchfield Homestead Society’s annual “Trees and Trains” show is returning this weekend in Salem to celebrate Charles Burchfield.
With the holiday shopping season fast approaching, local retailers are getting ready for one of their biggest days of the year: Small Business Saturday.
Out of his basement in Farrell, Pa., Ed Wentling, owner of Bayou Blues Guitars, spends 20 hours a day making guitars from unusual items.
In part one of this week’s Thought Leaders, Woodlands Health Care owner Kathy Prasad shows us the pictures from her recent adventure – challenging herself at something most of us wouldn’t do at any age!