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Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

Accent on Business 2013

Accent on Business 2013 focuses on left-field transportation. Check out our digital edition to read more.
Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

2013 Accent on Business focuses on left-field transportation

It's the season for hearing a high-performance engine propelling a sizzling hot car up a rural road, or spotting, in the rear-view mirror a wisp of metallic red disappearing around a corner.
Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

Unique, distinctive little car put Athens on the map

By Lindsay Boyle, Athens NEWS Contributor
Cars that were manufactured in Athens more than 40 years ago are still owned by many local residents. While Athens native Sandy Heck has only been back in the Athens area for about six years, her family roots in the city can be traced to the early 1800s. A manager at local property management company Housing Hotlink full-time, Heck uses her spare time for a different hobby.
Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

Local auto mechanic source of comfort for owners of European cars

By Elizabeth Cychosz, Athens NEWS Campus Reporter
From the front stained-glass window made to reflect the German flag to the lobby couch made from a Volkswagen bench seat, everything about Athens Euroworks screams European cars. And for a good reason: this local auto mechanic specializes in repairing Volkswagen and Audi vehicles.
Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

A Picasso of motorcycle painting operates just outside of Athens

By Lindsay Boyle, Athens NEWS Contributor
One local motorcycle painter's talents have reached far beyond the Appalachian area.
Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

‘Sound’ business expands into new territories, and gains acclaim while doing it

By Jim Phillips
Ten years ago, Aaron Thomas was a 24-year-old Ohio University graduate (class of '01), and working at a local sandwich shop, when he started Class A Sounds, a car stereo business, in Athens. Since then, the business has greatly expanded and diversified, and now offers all kinds of high-tech goodies and services for the vehicle, as well as home entertainment equipment.

Monday, June 10,2013
Accent on Business

Motorcycle racing is a calling for Athens County dad and boys

By David DeWitt
When it comes to motocross in Athens County, Drew Wolfe has been leading the charge for more than three decades.
Monday, August 13,2012
Accent on Business

Accent on Business 2012

Accent on Business 2012 explores the varied of thrift stores available in the Athens County Community. Check out our digital edition to read more.
Monday, August 13,2012
Accent on Business

Nelsonville thrift store manages to grow despite troubled economy

By Ashley Evans
At the cusp of a tough economic downturn, Gary Johnston, head of This N That in Nelsonville, has worked to provide top-quality goods at a reasonable price to the local market.
Monday, August 13,2012
Accent on Business

ReStore – a win-win fundraising tool for Habitat for Humanity

By Lindsay Boyle
In Athens County, the Habitat for Humanity ReStore is going strong and quickly approaching its one-year anniversary. Located in The Plains, the ReStore is almost overflowing. One half of the store
 
 
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