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Arlington’s Appleseed IGA To Close

The Appleseed IGA, a locally owned grocery store in Arlington, is closing. Owned by Larry and Kay Lovell, the IGA has been part of the community since 1985. In a Facebook post, the couple wrote: “For the past 33 years, Lovell’s Appleseed IGA has had the privilege of being part of this great community. Three

RooBarb Studios

Tell your story with the “Your Life’s Treasure…Your Stories” necklace at RooBarb Studios. With custom sterling silver hand stamped names and charms, you can create your story and keep it close to your heart. RooBarb Studios offers a variety of one-of-a-kind hand stamped jewelry. Prices on custom pieces vary. 622 S. Main St 567-250-9440 |

Arlington Village Festival

Are you ready for some family fun? Head out to the Arlington Village Festival just a short drive from Findlay. A community tradition, the festival kicks off with a parade on Friday evening at 6:30pm on State Route 68. Additionally, there will be food, Kids Zone, Family & Entertainment Zone, a cornhole tournament, Blast of

Flag City Clothing

Show support for your favorite area businesse with a t-shirt from Flag City Clothing. The local business section at their shop features t-shirts from favorites such as Dietsch Brothers, Findlay Hope House, Oler’s, Darnall’s Christmas Trees and more. Show your local pride! T-shirts are $19.99. 521 S. Main St. 419-722-2233 | flagcityclothing.com “Flag City Clothing”

Charming Finds

Looking for the perfect paint for DIY family projects? Check out Chalk Paint at Charming Finds in a variety of colors at $12.95 for a 4oz. can or $38.95 for a quart. Chalk Paint workshops are available to teach techniques, or Chalk Paint can be used easily right out of the can. It requires no

Penn Station Opens New Location

Fans of East Coast-style subs should visit Penn Station’s new Findlay location at 1044 Interstate Drive. The restaurant opened its doors on June 3 and features a new line of food based on the chain’s Penn Station 2020 concept with a menu that includes new cold subs, wraps and salads. Penn Station is famous for