Ashland Business Grapevine

The 2020 "Best of Ashland"

Part 1

The 2020

It was a wild and crazy year since the last “Best of Ashland” was published in January/February 2019. First, a whole new Congress decided to put Pres. Trump’s feet to the fire, and instead of maintaining a low profile and being a good boy, he goes off and tries to extort a promise from the president of Ukraine to help him undermine the U.S. elections.

Ashland’s Newest Store Downtown: The North & East Co.

January 2020

Ashland’s Newest Store Downtown: The North & East Co.

One of the newest stores to open downtown is North & East Co. at 242 E. Main (where Unicorn Toys used to be), a “family shop that features a variety of cute and adventurous modern crafts and apparel along with vintage items and a selection of Chinese and other East Asian antiques.”

As You Like It – Love Revolution Has a New Owner

January 2020

As You Like It – Love Revolution Has a New Owner

Love Revolution, located at 383 E. Main Street, has a new owner and a new name. Kim Marks is a long-time business owner and community organizer who says she is “honored to carry on the groundbreaking work that Brenda brought to the Ashland community through Love Revolution.”

A New Collaborative Divorce Service in the Rogue Valley

January 2020

A New Collaborative Divorce Service in the Rogue Valley

For couples contemplating a divorce or separation, the greatest fear is an unknown future and animosity, which is often heightened by individual attorneys complicating the process. There is a better path forward, one grounded in respect, fairness, and guided discussions about family needs.

Tax Season Approaches for Reid, Hanna, Johnson & Co.

December 2019

Tax Season Approaches for Reid, Hanna, Johnson & Co.

Estimates of the U.S. tax code range from 3,000 to 70,000 pages depending on whom you talk with. Even at the lower number, it’s extremely daunting, and on April 15, most Americans bow down to the accountants and CPAs who can figure it all out.

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