Local Business Spotlight
Independent local pharmacy does “little things” right; free delivery, multi-dose packaging add great value for customers.
Popular boutique thrives thanks to family’s dedication; Business’ stylish impact felt from California to Florida.
Popular Canton jewelry store has grown annually since opening in 2007; will move to a new location with twice the retail space later this year.
Florist has been in business since 1909, is still family owned and was Stark County’s favorite again in 2018.
Independently owned Stark County company has put more than 75,000 Northeast Ohio cars and trucks on the road again by mastering the art of auto body repair.
Locally made pasta sauce is selling in thousands of supermarkets across 30 states; newly upgraded manufacturing facility is enabling additional growth.
Ford Motor Co. popularized the slogan “Quality is Job 1” in its 1980s ad campaigns.
Stark County family business is one of the largest independent tire dealers in the nation; has sold Firestone tires longer than any other dealer.
Family business' cheese sold nationwide, and in 23 countries; employs 500 locally.
Some things haven’t changed much since E.J. Grove started his own refrigeration business in Alliance in 1935.