South Side Business News & Notes
Groundbreaking ceremony set for Acme Fresh Market project
GREEN — Albrecht Inc. will host a groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 21 at 11 a.m. at the Heritage Crossings of Green development on Massillon and Graybill roads.
The project involves the construction of a 77,500-square foot Acme Fresh Market grocery store, along with an additional 30,000 square feet of small shop retail and restaurant space. The complex is being built on a 75-acre site and is expected to open next summer, according to company officials.
Company officials and city employees are expected to take part in the ceremony, which will include a light lunch.
Parking will be available along Franks Parkway.
For more information, visit www.albrechtinc.com or call 330-376-6611.
Release Yoga now open in Green
GREEN — Release Yoga, a new studio offering a variety of yoga classes and massage therapy, opened July 22 at 880 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road.
Owner and certified yoga instructor Pattie Wagner said she has practiced yoga in many different parts of the country.
“I wanted to take my love for yoga and share it with my local community,” said Wagner. “My vision for Release is to foster a welcoming environment that will offer something for everyone.”
Release Yoga offers both heated and unheated classes in a variety of styles, including power vinyasa, gentle flow, beginner’s series and specialty workshops. Massage therapy also is available.
Wagner said her studio aims to offer outstanding yoga taught by outstanding teachers. She also said she aims to incorporate unique qualities to the business. Those unique qualities include an Indie Boutique selling green and organic products (most of which are made by local artists), a mini fresh produce market offering locally grown organic produce, and a commitment to service by giving back to the local community.
A full schedule and description of classes and events is available at www.releaseyoga.com. The business can be reached at 330-896-0705.
Best Bib and Tucker reopens
HARTVILLE — Best Bib and Tucker reopened for business Aug. 14 at a new site located at 127A Mill St.
The business, a consignment shop also carrying handcrafted items, had been closed for a time.
The shop carries women’s, juniors, formals and maternity clothing and accessories such as jewelry, scarves, hats and purses. It will no longer carry children’s items. Also, the selection of handmade items has been expanded, according to company officials.
Hours are Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed Tuesdays and Sundays. For more details, call 330-877-3308.
For more information about the business, visit www.shopbestbibandtucker.com.
Maria Lindsay contributed to these reports.
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