Once per quarter, we randomly select a small business, which has been featured in our “Indie Acts of Kindness” blog series, and give them $1,000 to donate to a local charity or organization, in their name.
Michigan-based PPG Pittsburgh Paints dealer O’Leary Paint is celebrating the historic milestone – with plenty of paint for the entire community.
Community-supported fisheries are programs created by groups of local fishermen to provide sustainable, fresh seafood to local consumers.
By Alex Gladu, Independent We Stand In the ever-changing world of technology – and, more specifically, search engine optimization (SEO) – businesses have to think ahead. Usually, that means anticipating algorithm changes and adapting SEO efforts quickly once those changes are announced. In 2016, it could mean adapting to a whole new channel of searches, thanks to the growing popularity of voice search. What is voice search? Voice search refers…read more →
Through different community organizations, annual local events and regular day-to-day activities, Osterville House & Garden has become known in the community for more than paint and power tools.
Downtown Lynden showed its community pride and patriotic spirit by celebrating its downtown businesses during a big block party to thank its residents for their participation during the three-month-long contest.
Today, the Lynden Downtown Business Association (DBA) is preparing for a July 4th block party celebration to celebrate its status as the first ever, America’s Main Streets Contest winner. The DBA came up with the idea of a block party to thank residents for their support during the three-month long contest. The block party will take place on Front Street in Downtown Lynden, and the first 300 attendees will be…read more →
Big or small, every community has that one event that locals and visitors alike enjoy year after year.
As such, Local First Chicago uses these research studies to its members’ advantage
North Dakota has no chain pharmacies within its borders. It’s a scenario that sounds impossible for a modern society, but the 100-percent local system is a big win for the state.