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  • SUV Crashed into Craft Business

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An SUV came crashing through the front doors of Jo-Ann Fabrics and Craft, taking out the front doors in the process. Police say an elderly woman drove a small SUV right through the front doors about 1:45 Wednesday afternoon and into the store. Officers couldn’t say what caused the wreck, but no … Continue reading »

  • Biz Expo Showcases Local Businesses

    LEBANON, Ore. — More than 1,800 people came out for the annual Biz Expo in Lebanon on Tuesday. One hundred thirty vendors from Corvallis, Albany, Lebanon and Sweet Home showcased their businesses. Community members went from booth to booth to learn more about what services are available in the area. The Lebanon Chamber of Commerce says … Continue reading »

  • Lime Prices Affect Local Businesses

    EUGENE, Ore. — Some bars and restaurants are feeling the squeeze, now that the price of limes is soaring, and they’re passing some of the cost on to customers. Owners of The Barn Light in downtown Eugene say a case of limes used to cost $20 to $30. Now it’s closer to $130. They’ve been … Continue reading »

  • Oregon’s Brewery Business Booming

    EUGENE, Ore. — All it takes is a drive through the Whiteaker neighborhood to see that the beer business is booming in Oregon. That was also the findings of a new report by the Oregon Employment Department. Oakshire Brewing says during the past year its business has grown by about 40 percent. Last year, the … Continue reading »

  • Businesses Concerned After Shooting

    EUGENE, Ore. — Police say the suspect in an attempted robbery of an armored truck in Eugene, 28-year-old Sam White of Salem, is still in the hospital but was arraigned Monday on robbery charges. Police say an armed guard shot White just outside the Albertson’s store on Division Avenue around 3:45 p.m. Businesses in the … Continue reading »

  • Spring Break Slows Down Businesses

    EUGENE, Ore. — Despite a Duck loss, many students are still in high spirits because it’s spring break but that’s also translating into low sales for nearby businesses. Businesses on campus say that’s typically the case during all the major breaks in the school year. Employees at Yogurt Extreme on 13th Avenue say Sunday was … Continue reading »

  • New Snack Delivery Business

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – If you have the midnight munchies but don’t want to order an entire meal, you can now order snacks to be delivered to you if you live near Oregon State University. “Well you know people like sandwiches and pizzas and everything else delivered to them,” said Brandon Arceneaux, the founder of Store … Continue reading »

  • Lundquist College of Business Success

    EUGENE, Ore. — Young entrepreneurs from the University of Oregon are making a splash onto the business scene, challenging well-known companies like Heinz Ketchup and Facebook. The Portland Business Journal recently featured some companies started by students at UO and the list of entrepreneurs on campus is steadily growing because students say the innovation is … Continue reading »

  • Springfield Chamber Business Expo

    EUGENE, Ore. — The Springfield Chamber of Commerce held its 18th annual Business Expo Saturday. The event started this morning at the Valley River Center Mall. Over 80 businesses were set up throughout the mall, giving out free samples and other giveaways to the public. Coordinators say businesses throughout the years have enjoyed being a … Continue reading »

  • Auto Body Shops See Rise in Business

    EUGENE, Ore. — While many businesses suffered during the storm, it revved up sales for others. The owner of Downtown Automotive Center in Eugene says a number of people brought in their vehicles for emergency repairs over the weekend and he expects it to be a busy couple of weeks. They saw lots of problems … Continue reading »

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