The white-tablecloth mainstay serving classic fare to accompany the frequent jazz shows that have entertained guests on Cedar Road since 1966 is closing its doors once again due to the coronavirus crisis.
The days are numbered for the Days Inn and Suites on Lorain Boulevard in Elyria. That’s because Lorain County Common Pleas Court Judge Chris Cook has declared the hotel a nuisance, ordered it to be shut down and sold at auction.
FirstEnergy said the company “determined that these executives violated certain FirstEnergy policies and its code of conduct” during the course of the company’s “previously disclosed internal review related to the government investigation."
To provide a safe hiring experience amid the coronavirus crisis, Macy’s is hosting its National Hiring Event social distance style by conducting all interviews for in-store opportunities over the phone.
Gov. Mike DeWine is placing the blame on weddings and funerals for the rise in COVID-19 cases in Ohio. But LaMalfa event center of Mentor said it’s unfair blame placed on an industry already enduring so much loss.
While details of the order are still being worked on, the Governor said that the order will cap interior venue attendance at 15% of their fixed-seated capacity or 300 people while outdoor venue attendance will be capped at 15% of their fixed seating capacity or 1,500 people.
The Akron-based company behind some of the best-known jewelry chains like Kay Jewelers, Zales, and Jared plans to permanently close about 380 stores, blaming the coronavirus crisis for a major drop in business.
Business owners and workers were able to get back into the city Wednesday to continue cleaning up after the weekend’s protests. For most, it’s the first time they’ve been allowed in the city since around 1 p.m. on Sunday, because of the extended curfew.
“It is very exciting, a nerve racking day for us. But we’re so happy to be back, especially as a small business," said Kathleen Casey-Proctor, co-owner of Casey’s Irish Imports on Center Ridge Road in Rocky River.
Auto repair shops had the distinct advantage of staying open for business, as a state mandated essential service, while many businesses in the state were forced to close as the Covid-19 pandemic began its assault on Ohio.
Although many traditional summer events in Northeast Ohio have been canceled due to the coronavirus crisis, Mentor residents can still look forward to getting their farm-fresh produce and other fare from over 30 vendors at the Mentor Farmers Market.