Digital Doc at 1500 N. Main Street, Suite B, permanently closed its doors in July. For three years, the store provided a one-stop shop for all things digital. Thousands of local customers turned to Digital Doc when their cell phones or computers went on the blink. “We are directing business to iOutlet, 2013 Tiffin Ave.,
Known for its relaxing atmosphere and the connection staff members make with their clients, Journey Salon & Day Spa has been in downtown Findlay since 2002. Mandy and Ben Stevens, who purchased the business in April, 2018, hope to continue that good reputation. “When the opportunity came up for us to purchase Journey,” Mandy says,
Once you’ve tasted the cheesecake at R&J CheeseCake Shoppe you’ll understand how the business owners came up with their slogan: “The Best Cheesecake You Have Ever Eaten.” “We went with the comment we hear from our customers,” says co-owner Jennifer Mathews. Matthews is the baker, creative force and “J” behind R&J CheeseCake, along with Reggie
Smarty Pants Findlay, a family-owned business that sells teacher supplies and quality, play-based educational products and books for children, relocated to 618 S. Main St. (across from the Hancock Hotel) in early September. Previously known as Mother Hubbard’s Learning Cupboard, owner Jane Hassan purchased the store at 219 Broadway in April 2017 and renamed it.
Findlay welcomed a fast casual restaurant serving Chinese food when Panda Express opened its doors in May. Located at 1843 Tiffin Ave., Panda Express offers counter service for in-store guests and a drive-thru for guests on the go. Choices include 13 different entrees served in a one entrée bowl, a two entrée plate or a
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Hancock County recently opened a new facility, located at 306 N. Blanchard St. (adjacent to CVS Pharmacy). The larger facility provides space for all programs, groups and classes to be held under one roof. Their new home is also handicap accessible. NAMI Hancock County offers support, education