VERSAILLES — Midmark Corp., the only company transforming healthcare experiences through innovative design within the medical, dental and animal health environments, has announced Matthew Logan as vice president, marketing.
Men work on a new Donatos Pizza that is being constructed on West Water Street in Piqua Tuesday, July 18. The target open date is unknown at this time.
By Sheryl Roadcap
By Kathy Henne
Hillary Ellingson, center, owner of The Hair Barre, located upstairs on East Main Street in Tipp City, snips the ribbon during a ceremony celebrating five years in business that was hosted by the Tipp City Area Chamber of Commerce, with her husband Chris Ellingson by her side, left center, along with Tipp City Mayor Mike McFarland, second left from center, and others, on Monday morning, June 12. The Tipp City salon is Ellingson’s first location; she has a second location in Miamisburg, which has been established since April 2022.
By Matt Clevenger
By Kathy Henne
TIPP CITY — For the Tipp City Chamber of Commerce and the Tipp City area, 2022 proved to be a year with incredible growth and resilience, said Executive Director Liz Sonnanstine in her report on the organization’s progress.
SIDNEY — Overall, 2022 was a strong year for Ferguson Construction as they worked their way out of the pandemic slowdown. The unprecedented supply chain delays created unique challenges and opportunities for their team to overcome. In an environment of ever-changing conditions, we were able to collaborate with our clients to develop creative solutions that enabled their vision to move forward. This heightened level of creativity has remained and sparked a wonderful energy within Ferguson. Through it all, they have stayed focused on crafting spaces that enrich lives, enhance workplaces, and celebrate communities.
SIDNEY — President Todd Ratermann reports, “2022 was another great year for our company. The economy has been strong for the construction industry the last several years. Building materials and lead times are slowly returning to what we consider ‘close to normal.’”