Two attorneys residing in Ramona have opened Toothacre & Ames LLP, a law firm, in the Day Promenade building at 850 Main St.
Scott Toothacre and Casey Ames bring more than 25 years of combined legal service to Ramona in the areas of civil litigation, business law, employment law, estate planning, personal injury and wrongful death, and DUI (driving under the influence) defense.
Bright colors, jeans, leggings, jeggings and lace headline the list of back-to-school clothing styles and bring back some of the 1980s and vintage looks.
Very popular, said Ramona retailers, are jeans, especially skinny jeans.
Michele Lobaugh,owner of Fashionably Late, said she doesn’t see the jean trend ending anytime soon.
A new women’s apparel store has opened in the Ramona Business Barn at 369 Main St.
Sweet Cheeks Boutique, owned by Ramona resident Allison Green, offers such clothing as dresses, denim and tops, as well as jewelry, purses and hair accessories.
“There’s some really fun and trendy stuff,” said Green.
Ramona resident Scott Field, a Farmers Insurance of San Diego agent, has been inducted into the Farmers’ “Topper Club” of the company’s top sales producers.
Field received the recognition for outstanding sales achievements in 2010, said Paul Patsis, president of enterprise marketing for Farmers.
“Farmers congratulates Scott on qualifying for this year’s Topper Club,” said Patsis. “Scott is committed to providing quality insurance coverages and industry-leading service to Farmers’ customers.”