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It’s only been a year since Farm 2 Fork BBQ Bistro opened on the city’s south side, but given the customer dedication it already has, one would think it’s been a town staple for years.

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In the past few weeks, DeAndra Beard and her bookstore Beyond Barcodes Bookstore has been mentioned in a viral Instagram post and interviewed by both the New York Times and a major cable news network.

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Heritage Lanes owner David Small said business was booming earlier this year. He said revenue at his five bowling alleys, including the one in Kokomo on West Lincoln Road, was up around a quarter-million dollars compared to last year.

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PERU – A recreation vehicle manufacturer is moving its headquarters to Peru and hiring 250 people to start building motorhomes from its facility on U.S. 31.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is requiring some workers at the Kokomo and Tipton plants who were temporarily laid off during the COVID-19 shutdown to pay back hundreds of dollars of supplemental unemployment benefits – better known as SUB pay.

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For the first time in over two months, around 1,500 employees on Tuesday returned to the Fiat Chrysler plants in Kokomo and Tipton, where COVID-19 safety protocols have changed the face of the workplace there like no other time in history.

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Archie “Jr.” Whitton had just had his haircut at Jeff’s Barber Shop at around 4 p.m. Tuesday. The next minute, he was lying face down in the parking lot, nearly dead after suffering a massive heart attack.

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The Kokomo General Motors Components Holdings plant is set to restart Monday and bring back some 300 workers who were temporarily laid off during the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Hair salons and barbershops across the city have been slammed with customers since Monday, despite being required to implement strict safety protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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City and county officials are encouraging local businesses to come up with a detailed COVID-19 safety plan for employees and customers, as stores and restaurants begin to reopen this month.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced Tuesday it is reevaluating its plans to resume manufacturing operations in the U.S. and will no longer begin progressively restarting facilities on May 4.

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PERU – Small businesses in Peru and Miami County impacted by COVID-19 will have access to $250,000 in funding to help pay the bills after the county was awarded a grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs.

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