ONTARIO — Ontario has been dubbed the 11th best commuter city in Oregon by Obrella, a company that sells insurance across the United States.
ONTARIO — Value Penguin recently conducted a study of 57 Oregon cities and found Ontario is among the 15 costliest cities to insure a home in. The average annual cost to insure a 2,000 square foot home in Ontario is $951, the study said, which is 3 percent higher than the state’s average of $920.
ONTARIO — Treasure Valley Community College’s Small Business Development Center hosts a veteran outreach from 10 a.m. to noon July 6.
FRUITLAND — Senior citizens and disabled residents who face challenges maintaining their homes got a helping hand from Zions Bank volunteers out in force during the bank’s 25th annual Paint-a-Thon service project.
FRUITLAND — Kathy Davidson has been appointed the assistant vice president and assistant manager of D.L. Evans Bank’s Fruitland branch, which celebrates its grand opening at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Ontario Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director John Briedenbach, left, and Chamber member Sharon Wada hold the ribbon as Michelle DeVoe cuts it at the Chamber’s Nov. 14 ribbon cutting at Snake River Pediatrics, 1050 S.W. Third Ave., Suite 3200, Ontario. Matthew Berria with Snake River has a stethoscope around his neck.
Allan Wadley, general manager, stands behind the counter of Red Apple Marketplace’s new “Filling Station,” or growler bar, which opened this month. Patrons make a one-time purchase of a growler, shown to the right behind Wadley, and then can come back to the bar and have them refilled. There are 24 different local and other craft beers on tap, Wadley said, and they will be rotated out so new beers can be brought in. “We will do samplings, too,” he said. There will be videos to explain the different brews.
TWC Inspire operates in the front of Cali Burzoto’s B&B Printing in downtown Ontario. The home decor business is open one weekend a month.
Submitted photo Pictured, from left: Tammie Wilson (EOU), Kylie Banks (EOU), Olivia Banks, Andrea Recla (EOU), Scott Ruch (TVCC), and Jamie Galligar (EOU).
FILE - This Thursday Jan. 23, 2014, photo, shows the Public Service Company of New Hampshire's Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. The frigid winter of 2014 is setting the price of natural gas on fire. On Friday Jan. 24, 2014, the price in the futures market rose to within a whisper of $5 per 1,000 cubic feet, the highest level in three and a half years. The price of natural gas is up 25 percent in two weeks, and is 45 percent higher than last year at this time. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
From left, Donna Shoemaker, customer service; Kerry Frye, escrow assistant; Brooke Brennan, VP, county manager; Gerin Powell, escrow officer; Joe Wellard, title officer.