STANTON — Zerka’s Party Store at 134 W. Main St. has changed hands but remains in the family business as Scott Zerka’s son, Eric, is now the owner. As of April 1, Eric Zerka put his nursing training on hold and accepted the role of owner of the party store/gas station, taking over a business [...]
By Candy Kerschen Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce co-director GREENVILLE — The Chamber often sponsors educational seminars about “branding” and “consistency in marketing” for our members so we believe it’s time we practiced what we preach. In order to keep our image current, we are rolling out a new logo. It is a big bonus [...]
Yes, Easter is here, and we must remember that it isn’t just time to eat the ears off chocolate bunnies and hide eggs for the kids. We must think of its religious meaning as well. Yes, this is true and all well and good. But the coming of April also heralds some things of importance to the average sportsman, hunter, fisherman and other out-of-doors folks.
I haven’t always been a “buy locally” consumer. After all, those colorful, well-organized catalogs that come in the mail from big box companies are enticing. And it’s so easy to Google the products you need from the comfort of your home and find a great bargain. But after living in Greenville for three months and working the past couple of weeks with a team of locally based businesses to remodel a house, I am fully on board to shop and do business close to home.
Lakeview’s girls soccer team was the Central State Activites Association (CSAA) champions last season, and there’s an expectation it will do it again. “We have high expectations for the season,” Coach Chris Smith said. “The girls are excited to compete for the lead spot in the CSAA again as well as in the tournament.”
Greenville wrestler Jordan Thomas prepared for college wrestling by participating in the National High School Coaches Association 2012 tournament in Virginia last week. The senior finished second in the 170-pound class, going 5-1 at the tournament.
The new director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety comes to town with a strong background in law enforcement and many ideas for the future. Michael Pousak began his new position on March 26 and is already taking strides to be in the public eye and make himself accessible. Pousak, 47, retired from the Oak Park Department of Public Safety as a detective lieutenant last September, where he started in 1987 as a public safety officer.
Read the Police Reports for April 6, 2012
Read the Funeral Notices for April 6, 2012