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After operating an ice cream truck in the Twin Ports for seven summers, a Duluth couple are opening their first brick-and-mortar store this weekend. The King of Creams ice cream shop and burger restaurant opens Saturday at 502 E. Fourth St. in Duluth. It'll be open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. with longer hours in the summer. "We wanted to open our first spot in the Hillside because it is one of our best neighborhoods," said Rebecca Powe, who owns the business with her husband, Courtland. "The Hillside and Lincoln Park are our best neighborhoods.
A new activewear line. More plus-size offerings. Integrating online and store sales. Maurices officials point to recent initiatives like these as a reason the Duluth-based women’s apparel chain continues to...
Duluth’s only Thai restaurant — Sala Thai — is moving from its storefront on Woodland Avenue to downtown. With the move, owner Sumlee Beede is returning to her restaurant roots...
After Princess Bride closed and Wild Birds Unlimited moved out of a small retail building on Mall Drive in Duluth last year, it sat empty for months. The two-story building...
For the first time since Allegiant Air started its direct Duluth-Las Vegas service in 2006, it is suspending the twice-weekly flights. It’s a seasonal suspension during Duluth’s slow time, according...
Last week, all seemed quiet at the new La Quinta Inn & Suites under construction on Maple Grove Road in Duluth. With windows in and most of the brickwork done, the exterior work was nearing completion.
The Entrepreneur Fund is launching a program to help Cook County businesses grow. The initiative — called enfuse: Cook County — is designed to help businesses in the county increase revenue, reach new markets and adapt to seasonal changes in the local economy. The effort will connect Cook County businesses and entrepreneurs with the information and financing they need to grow their businesses.
For the past year, it's been one quarter after another of record sales for Ikonics Corp. So it comes as no surprise that the publicly traded Duluth company is reporting record sales for 2014 — $18.5 million, a 6 percent increase over 2013. However, earnings for the imaging technology company were down 5 percent in 2014, according to the company's annual financial statement.
Dunkin' Donuts is, indeed, coming to Duluth. But not this spring as initially promised.
Arlette Abrahamson helps small businesses get subcontracting jobs on projects that receive government money. She works with woman-owned, minority-owned, veteran-owned and other small companies to get the certifications they need so they can vie for jobs on projects that receive at least $1.5 million in federal money or at least $650,000 for related products and services.