Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Saturday, June 27.
Ohio restaurants are still struggling weeks after the state allowed dining rooms to reopen. But the Ohio Restaurant Association, which conducts weekly surveys of restaurant operators in Ohio, has found that sales are slowly improving. Pizza and fast casual diners are seeing the most sales. Read more.
States such as Texas and Florida reversed course and clamped down on bars. They’re seeing an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases among the young there. Locally, there was one new death in Hardin County. Read more.
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Chuck E. Cheese is Lima’s latest casualty from the coronavirus pandemic. Its owner is emptying the games and tables out of the kid-friendly restaurant as part of a bankruptcy plan. The Lima location was among a 45 underperforming venues shut down. Read more.
The winning Class Impact Project for this year’s Allen Lima Leadership was about workforce development. The team’s plan outlined a detailed survey for millennials to discover data that could help retain high school and college graduates as well as attract new residents. Read more.
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