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Whitehall Animal Hospital Takes Care of Our Furry Friends

Friday, May 13, 2016

Quality veterinary care is a fundamental offering at Whitehall Animal Hospital. Dr. Anne Duffus, DVM, is committed to providing comprehensive, quality care for each patient to enhance their well-being and quality of life. Their compassionate, knowledgeable and professional team utilizes state of the art technology and is continually implementing the latest in cutting edge medical practices. 

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Meet the Buxton Inn - After 204 Years Still Going Strong

Sunday, May 08, 2016

The Buxton InnWhen the family business is called Urban Restorations and the company’s website touts: ‘The Fusion of Modern Architecture and Historic Preservation’, you might get the impression that owner Bob Schilling and his family concentrate on inner-city homes and properties in central Ohio. But after researching the recent growth of the Licking County community of Granville, the charming and vibrant town just west of Newark, he found out very quickly that the Buxton Inn project was calling his name. Of course, it might have been the famous Inn’s ghosts calling his name…… 

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Heartland Bank is Proud to Support the Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation Gala

Saturday, March 05, 2016

The Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation (GJEF) was created in 2002 to provide a special community focus on education. The purpose of the Foundation is to "Promote Excellence" by funding innovative projects beyond the traditional expenditures of the Board of Education.  Since 2004 the Foundation has provided funding for innovative projects and student support in excess of $1.3 million. 

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Looking Back at 2015 - The Year in Review

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Community support is a year-round endeavor for Heartland Bank and as we look forward to the start of a new year, we’d like to reflect on the events that we were blessed to be a part of in 2015. 

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I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream! Especially Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Johnsons Real Ice CreamThe oldest ice cream shop in Columbus was opened by Robert N. Johnson and his son-in-law James Wilcoxon on September 1, 1950. While they sold their first scoops of ice cream from the middle of a meat market, together they then built a 15’ x 20’ facility at 2728 East Main Street in Bexley and started Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream. Founder Robert Johnson named his ice cream shop Johnson’s REAL Ice Cream because in comparison to other frozen products of the time, Johnson’s quality ingredients, fine flavoring and family recipes were REAL. The ice cream machine he purchased when the shop opened in 1950 is still being used by his great grandson, and current president, Matt Wilcoxon. 

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Introducing Copious - A Combination of Locally Sourced Food, Drink, Music and Art That Will "Feed Your Soul"

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Open for just eight short weeks, the 21,000 sf Copious is a three-level restaurant/bar, event space and live music venue that will serve to “feed your soul” through locally-sourced food creations, special wines and cocktails, an eclectic mix of music in a world-class setting and local artwork displayed in a rotating gallery-like setting. Originally known as the McGowan Building, a neoclassical brick and limestone structure located at 520 South High Street in the historic Brewery District, it’s been redesigned to feature a 150 seat restaurant on the main floor, private event space upstairs and a basement level nightclub, called ‘Notes’, that is patterned after the top jazz clubs in New York City, Chicago and San Francisco.  

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Raising a Glass to Toast Rockmill Brewery's Success

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Five year old Rockmill Brewery, located on a former horse farm near Lancaster, sits on a gorgeous 20 acre property approximately 30 minutes from downtown Columbus. The farm was built in the 1870s and once was owned by Ohio Governor Thomas Worthington. The barn was recently refurbished and expanded and now serves as the brewery’s tasting room and dining room. The stables house the brewery. The idyllic grounds also include a pond and a small chapel. 

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Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea, winner of 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year Award

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Word started brewing early last week that something exciting was percolating over at Heartland Bank Ambassador Greg Ubert’s Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea. The headline in Columbus Business First read, “America's top coffee roaster is from Columbus”. ThisWeek community newspaper’s headline read ‘Crimson Cup gets Toast from Roast’. Both publications announced that Roast Magazine (the trusted source of information on the art, science and business of coffee) had just named Columbus-based Crimson Cup as the 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year

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MCR Services - Removing the Mystery From the Building Process

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Prior to starting MCR Services in 1995, Wade Hungerford spent over a decade as a laborer, cabinet maker, Project Superintendent, Project Controls Manager, and Pre-construction Manager. These roles were mastered during the day while he attended classes at Columbus State Community College and Capital University at night. Talk about working your way up the corporate ladder…. 

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The Partnership with Heartland “Suits” Pursuit’s Banking Needs

Sunday, October 11, 2015

After identifying a hole in the market for a modern suit store and making a decision to build a concept specifically for a modern customer, Nate DeMars opened Pursuit in October of 2011. “Learning an industry from the ground up was tricky. With no experience in fashion retail, nor with suits, we were able to build something really unique,” Nate said. 

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