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Business

  • 'New building, same old friends'

    Creative Kids Preschool & Child Care has found a new home.

    The daycare has moved to 66 Brunerstown Road, near the Great Escape movie theater, into a facility that previously housed the Academy of Learning.  

    Creative Kids co-owner Kim Seewer said management already has invested $25,000 to renovate the building and make it their own.  

  • New Shelby store to be called Goody's

    Shelbyville’s new store is going to have an old name: Goody’s.

    That new retail outlet Stage Stores is opening next month will carry the Goody’s name.

    Stage obtained the Goody’s chain July 3 and decided to trade on that store’s popularity among shoppers in Shelby County. Originally the plan had been to open a Peebles store here on Aug. 20.

  • EARLIER: Peebles is coming to Shelbyville

    Shoppers for name-brand clothes soon will have another option if they want to buy locally. Peebles is coming.

    Peebles will open a department store in Shelbyville on Aug. 20, said Barry Lester, new store development administrator for the company.

    Peebles will occupy the space formerly leased by Goody's in Village Plaza on Midland Trail.

    Peebles bills itself as a specialist “in bringing nationally-known, brand-name apparel, accessories, footwear and cosmetics to small towns and communities across the U. S.”

  • Revere Packaging earns Supplier of the Year award from Continental

    For a short time, the production floor at Revere Packaging in Shelbyville was a sea of blue – and not everyone was a UK fan.

    The workers' sky blue shirts were a token of recognition of the food packaging company's latest award from one of its customers. Continental Airlines named Revere its Supplier of the Year for 2008.

  • Targeting a surge in shooting: Shelby man opens Shooters Roost

    Earl Adkins knows a trend when he sees one, and he's poised to take advantage of a surge in interest in gun-ownership and shooting.

  • Business briefcase: July 24, 2009

     Insight employees

  • Shelby boy learns business from growing strawberries

    D.J. Mikels grows and sells his own strawberries.

    And though that's not completely unusual in Shelby County, this local farmer is unique — he's 10 years old.

    D.J.'s interest in strawberries started when he was 5 years old and visited a friend of his dad's who grew strawberries.

    Though D.J. came back from that visit covered with the remnants of a strawberry fight with some friends, he also came back with an idea.

  • New Business: CJ's Candies

    New Business CJ's Candies

      We are: CJ's Candies Owned by: Carol and John Flannigan Address: 610 Main Street, Shelbyville Phone: 437-5344

    Hours: Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Closed Sundays.

  • Big move for the big movers

    Edwards Moving & Rigging, Inc. moves into former-84 Lumber property

    When you make a living moving hundreds of tons worth of structures and equipment, every move is a big move.

    But for Shelby-based Edwards Moving & Rigging, Inc., this could be the biggest move yet.

    With business growing, expansion was inevitable, and now Edwards has purchased what he said is an ideal location for the future of his company.

  • Associates in Pediatric Therapy has new audiologist

    Associates in Pediatric Therapy has a new audiologist, Amy Oliver.

    She provides complete hearing evaluations for both pediatric and adult patients and is trained to perform tympanometry, Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions testing and pure tone audiometry testing within a sound booth.

    Oliver recently completed her doctor of audiology degree from Salus University. She also holds state licensure in the department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology as well as Hearing Instrument Specialists.