Grand Island’s oldest established business, Bartenbach Galleries, 209 N. Locust St., is closing after being founded by George Bartenbach and his son, Henry Bartenbach, in 1880 as Bartenbach Paints.
Members of Youth Leadership Tomorrow spent Wednesday learning about agriculture in Hall County.
The Principal Foundation awarded Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska a $7,500 grant for Goodwill’s Employment and Career Services Program.
Two businesses in Hall County and one in Howard County failed alcohol inspections conducted by the Nebraska State Patrol on Friday evening.
Switching buildings will allow Amur Equipment Finance to stay downtown. The new location will also allow the company to expand.
Over the years, Grand Island has grown into a regional trade center in an area of 250,000 people. But while Grand Island has seen its share of growth from new retail businesses, new restaurants and new motels, the community has also become a regional medical center.
ALDA — Bullet Weights in Alda was presented the Above and Beyond Award Nov. 1 by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program.
Pinnacle Bank announced Monday it will open its first full-service branch in Grand Island’s Railside District.
A long tradition came to an end Sunday when Olson Auction Service held its final consignment sale.
October was National Manufacturing Month, and it was a time for us to step back, admire and recognize how much of an impact manufacturers have on our everyday lives.
Nearly 20 members of the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity to tour Penrose Machining, 2810 E. U.S. Highway 30, on Thursday as part of National Manufacturing Month.
Wave Pizza of Grand Island was one of the top stops of people participating in the Nebraska Passport program.