Off a dirt road, in the rural nooks and crannies of southwestern Ramona, is a new business striving to make elderly residents feel at home.
It’s called Ramona Senior Lodge and is a six-bed assisted living facility for the elderly. The lodge, which sits at 15855 Marmac Drive, is the brainchild of longtime San Diego resident Serena Nelson, now a Ramona resident.
Subway owners Lara and Wayne Mosser will celebrate the grand opening of their new location in Old Town on Nov. 1 and 2.
The Mossers, who live in Ramona, said they decided to open a franchise on the east side of town to take pressure off their other store at the west end.
“Mainly to have better customer service because we are so busy over there,” explained Lara Mosser, noting that sometimes they lost customers because they were so crowded
This year marks two decades since Sears, Roebuck and Co. did a final run of its legendary “Big Book” catalog, closing its catalog stores and shifting to a new retail model of locally owned and operated dealer stores.
The move not only ushered in a new era for shoppers, but provided opportunities for entrepreneurs to operate their own local Sears Hometown Store. In Ramona, Amy and Jeff Ruland opened their Sears Hometown Store at 220 Rotanzi St. on the corner of Main in June of 1998. They marked their 15th year here last month.
A new storefront that pays homage to the past is scheduled to open on Main Street today.
The Mason Jar is an antique and collectibles store that owner Debbie Roelle says has been in the works for about five years. Thousands of items, from vintage toys and tools to jewelry and kitchenware, await customers in a 3,500-
Ramona’s newly remodeled UPS Store will host a grand re-opening celebration this month, complete with prize giveaways and other treats.
The celebration is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 29, at the Main Street business in the Stater
Trez Gotredson, owner of Trezette’s Catering, prepares to cut the ceremonial ribbon marking her membership in the Ramona Chamber of Commerce. Based in Julian, the catering company specializes in creative gourmet appetizers and caters corporate events, wine-pairings, parties and weddings.
Milagro Farm Vineyard and Winery’s off-the-beaten-path location is spot- on in delivering a peaceful and picturesque setting for tasting award-winning estate grown wines.
The scenic drive to Milagro is just part of the adventure. From State Route 78 east, one turns north onto Old Julian
It’s been a long haul for the owners of Richardson Recycling of Ramona, but they are ecstatic about their new digs on A Street.
“We were all outdoors,” Debbie Richardson said, explaining that their former operations at the site consisted of orange bins and seatrains. “This is like an extreme makeover took place. This is so much better.”
Giving elderly people a comfortable home and their families peace of mind was the intention behind building the new Ramona Senior Manor, said its owner.
“Providing affordable, sensible care solutions,” is how Harris “Jim” Jamil described his residential care home for the elderly.
After receiving the Ramona Business of the Year award, Pamo Valley Winery owner Jennifer Jenkin noted that 2012 was a good year for her winery.
In addition to the award, presented at the Jan. 13 Ramona Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards Banquet, Pamo Valley Winery was voted Best Wine in the Ramona Sentinel’s Best Of Ramona readers’ poll, was voted best wine-tasting spot in the Patch.com readers’ poll, and her tasting room achieved a five-star rating on