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The traditional office space with workers clocking in to a 9 to 5 job is waning as more companies are offering work-from-home positions and entrepreneurs are seeking shared workspace options. “Telecommuting has become more popular.  And finding a shared…

After 38 years as a first responder, Fire Chief Russ Mason, wanted to work for himself and build a family owned and operated business in the same area that he had served for 21 years with Central County Fire…

The neighborhood barbershop is a place rooted in tradition and integrity, serving as a favorite hangout for men and young men, fathers, and sons. It’s a place men can feel comfortable, and recharge. They come for the haircut and…

The Tough Get Going

Have you ever heard the saying when the going gets tough, the tough get going?  Recently I overheard this advice being shared by a 4th-grade student to his classmate. It got me thinking… how has this youngster come to…

My father was a hotel chef. Along with visits to the Chase Park Plaza to witness big-time acts like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr, Dad would sometimes invite me to his kitchen. There I watched a master chef…

While Larry Gerstein , or “Chef Larry,” has mastered the art of putting together fabulous food dishes, he is also highly skilled when it comes to managing an all-star team of men and women to help run his catering…

The Academy of the Sacred Heart had its start nearly 200 years ago in a log cabin in Saint Charles, with just three boarding students and 20 commuting students in 1818. At present, the Catholic elementary educates 250 students…