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Business

  • Medical to culinary: Second chance at a career

    Elisha Neubauer 

    For the Chronicle

    Just about everyone loves pizza. What’s not to love? It’s one of the most popular foods served across the world these days. But for Carl Ehresman, pizza gave him a second outlook on life. 

  • EDA Part Four: Stakeholders drive local development

    By Don Taylor

    Editor’s note: This article is the fourth (and final) of a four-part series aimed at defining the various aspects of Economic Development, which is receiving a great amount of attention in Florida and Citrus County. At the request of the Economic Development Authority for Citrus County (EDACC), the articles are provided by Jeff Hendry, executive director, North Florida Economic Development Partnership (NFEDP). 

     

  • Economic Development Authority: Performance-based incentives spur jobs

    By Don Taylor

  • High-quality sites imperative to development: Part two of four

    By Don Taylor

     

    Editor’s note: This is the second of a four-part series aimed at defining the various aspects of economic development, which is receiving a great amount of attention in Florida and Citrus County.  At the request of the Economic Development Authority for Citrus County (EDACC), the articles are provided by Jeff Hendry, executive director, North Florida Economic Development Partnership (NFEDP). 

     

  • Understanding economic development: Part One of Four

    By Don Taylor

     

    This is the first of a four-part series aimed at defining the various aspects of economic development, which is receiving a great amount of attention in Florida and Citrus County.

  • Nonprofit Briefs 3/18/2017: Free merchandise for nonprofit charities

    By Dr. Fred Herzog

    Governmental agencies, both state and federal, provide benefits for which nonprofits can apply. Foundations provide financial grants that fund the operations of nonprofits to support of their mission and purpose. There are also large national nonprofits in the business of providing both service and product to other nonprofits.

  • Experience Matters:SCORE welcomes new business mentors

    By Dr. Fred Herzog

     

    SCORE Citrus recently added two new volunteers to its roster of certified SCORE business mentors. Welcome to Mark Green and Pete Grogan, who both bring strong credentials and years of significant experience in their respective fields of business.

    Mark Green

  • For skin's sake

    Elisha Neubauer

    For the Chronicle 

    For those who are diagnosed with skin conditions, simple things — such as finding the right soap — can become quite tricky. Citrus County native Melissa Brandes struggled with this herself, but decided she wasn’t going to let it hold her back and took matters into her own hands. 

  • Move over, slow drivers!

    Diane Dobry

    For the Chronicle

    Bertram Burke is like a rolling stone — he gathers no moss. The Black Diamond resident has a laundry list of past careers and accomplishments including working as a psychoanalyst with a 21-year practice in Chatham, New Jersey, and a consultant to top corporate executives, listening and learning all the while. 

  • State of the mall

    CRYSTAL RIVER -- Mark Twain in 1897 famously said reports of his death published in a New York newspaper had been “greatly exaggerated.”

    Given a rash of bad publicity and an exodus of stores during the past year, the same can be said of the Crystal River Mall.

    “Some people don’t think the mall is still open,” said manager Millie Bresnahan.