*5 Year Tax Abatement
Hogs and Clover is a nifty antique shop on the square in Eastland, owned and operated by Ina Reed-Craighead. Once a busy shop with people shopping on the square and out of town visitors, Hogs and Clover has been in business for over 20 years. Ina, soon to be 80 years young, says she is ready to retire. The building and business is now for sale and everything inside is on clearance. Ina started out with a small antique shop called the Denim Patch years ago. By: Brooke Reep
Docs Deli has reopened. Jay Urban and Andrea Ibarra have taken over operating the deli. They are busy planning the addition of new items to the menu, such as taco Tuesday, and a new bean soup. “We will keep a lot of the traditional items on the menu, but along with some new and exciting ones”, Jay and Andrea said. They started working a couple weeks before the reopening to make sure everything was in order for their customers. By: Brooke Reep
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has many wondering if high school athletics could be sidelined again, the Eastland High School athletes are continuing to prepare for the upcoming volleyball and football seasons in hopes that the 2020 season can be played.
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