Sunday, February 18, 2001
Tristate business notes
Account firm has new high-tech division
ST. BERNARD The accounting firm of Collins, Cornell, Heeb, Miller & Co. has announced establishment of a new division. Infinity Information Systems offer accounting and business software solutions and information technology services such as print sharing, and local and wide area networks. According to company spokesman Ryan Collins, the division can also provide Web site design, development and hosting.
Collins, Cornell, Heeb, Miller & Co. started in 1969 and has a location in Harrison as well as in St. Bernard.
Two Bigg's stores to open in Groesbeck and Indiana
GROESBECK Within the next month, the Bigg's store at Colerain Avenue and West Galbraith Road will be open for business, along with a second new store in Lawrenceburg. Both locations will carry food and related merchandise.
This will bring to 12 the number of stores for the Milford-based company established in 1984. Biggs is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SuperValu.
Hiring has started for a variety of positions at both new locations. Interested persons should submit their qualifications via fax to 248-9731.
YesterYears shop moves operations nearby
There's something new at YesterYears Used Furniture & Accents: its location. After more than five years at Rutledge and Glenway avenues, the specialty shop has moved to 4934 Glenway Ave., Price Hill.
YesterYears owner Bill Haass said the store buys and sells clean used furniture, from antique to contemporary items. Store hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
Towne physical therapy adds another office
MONROE Peter A. Towne Physical Therapy Inc. has added an
office at 30 Overbrook Drive, Unit B. The practice, which opened Jan. 10, honors almost all insurance plans and offers a variety of pre- and post-operative programs.
Mr. Towne established his first physical therapy office in 1978 in Hamilton and has since expanded into Fairfield and West Chester. Each location has its own physical therapy staff.
Hours of the Monroe office are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Information: (513) 539-2886.
Veterinarian moves to temporary office site
OXFORD Veterinarian David C. McGrew has moved his practice to a temporary location while awaiting construction of new offices. Fido and Fluffy will now be treated at 339 Foxfire Drive in Oxford rather than Dr. McGrew's longtime location on U.S. 27 south of Oxford.
Several months ago, Dr. McGrew and Oxford veterinarian Ronald A. Reagh announced they will build a facility to house both practices. They broke ground at 5131 Morning Sun Road in early February and expect to move in during the fall. Meanwhile, Dr. Reagh's practice continues at his location at 5455 College Corner Pike.
Customers can call Dr. McGrew's office for directions to the temporary facility: 523-8602.
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