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FROST Doughnuts evolves into whimsical dessert lounge

FROST Doughnuts announced that it is doubling its current space with a May 2014 move to a new location in Mill Creek Town Center and expanding its offerings into a dessert lounge, complete with cupcakes, soft serve frozen custard, full service coffee bar with custom FROST roast and more.

June 3, 2014 update.

Frost posted the following on their facebook page on Tuesday morning:

FROST will host it's Grand Re-Opening Celebration this Friday, June 6th on National Doughnut Day! Join us for FREE Treveri Sparkling Wine, our annual Doughnut Eating Contest, and taste samples of contestants' Design Your Dream Doughnut contest submissions!

While our celebration will take place on Friday, FROST will be open to the public starting tomorrow, (Wednesday) June 4th, at 6AM (no joke this time)!

Mill Creek MOD Pizza had successful grand opening

MOD Pizza will be making a $3,453.59 donation to the Mill Creek Food Bank representing a percentage of their sales the first day. Rob Briggs was the winner of the "Pizza for a Year" grand opening drawing on May 1st.

May 5, 2014, update.

Charlotte Wayte, MOD Pizza spokesperson, reported that the delayed grand opening went very well, "We had a great opening last week and a fabulous first weekend – wow!"

Wayte said that MOD Pizza will be making a $3,453.59 donation to the Mill Creek Food Bank representing a percentage of their sales the first day.

Rob Briggs was the winner of the "Pizza for a Year" grand opening drawing on May 1st.

Be sure to drop in and wish them a welcome to Mill Creek!

Spring – time for home repair – Do you really have a warranty?

A number of siding, roofing, window, and painting jobs require installing expensive products. Luckily many of them include warranties that can stretch as long as 30, 40 or even 50 years.

With spring in the air, thoughts turn to home repairs and maintenance. A number of those jobs require hiring a contractor, as well as expensive products to install. This is especially true for a home's exterior surfaces such as siding, roofing, windows and painting. Jobs like these can easily cost thousands of dollars. Luckily many of them include warranties that can stretch as long as 30, 40, or even 50 years. But if you want or need to rely on those warranties, you might want to read the fine print.

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