LANCASTER - A local bank branch will get a new name on Oct. 10. The Community Bank will be called Unified Bank after that date. The bank is part ofÂ The Citizens Savings Bank/The Community Bank chain, which is changing the name of all its branches. The company website lists Lancaster locations at 201 N. Columbus St., 1321 E. Main St. and a drive-up location at 218 W. Wheeling St. The company is owned by United Bancorp, Inc.
LANCASTER - Feather Your Nest co-owner Denise Griffith said she has gone to large vintage markets in other states and thought Ohio needed one of its own. Therefore, she and her daughter, Caitlin Perdew, will present the Vintage & Made Market from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. The event will feature vintage and modern handmade items, boutique clothing, signs, artisan jewelry, farmhouse-style decor, food trucks and more.
LANCASTER - The signs that someone may be afflicted Alzheimer's disease or dementia may often be subtle. "Early-on signs and symptoms that you may see in your loved ones may be some forgetfulness," Home Instead Senior Care Lancaster site owner Erica Blosser said. "EspeciallyÂ people that have a good sense of humor - 'Oh, I lost my keys again.' They can sometimes mask those symptoms because they've kind of learn to roll with it." Losing track of the time of day could be another sign.
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Selecting a term
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