OC Imageworks is Proud to be a “Made in DeKalb” Creative Agency

Little did Brian Oster know that less than five years after joining a restructured OC Imageworks, he would purchase the creative agency.  But that was the case for Oster, Creative Director of OC and newly minted President as of January 2, 2016. The team at this creative agency has high hopes and aspirations under his new leadership, including the serious possibility of a Rockford, IL … Continue reading OC Imageworks is Proud to be a “Made in DeKalb” Creative Agency

Glidden Florist is #proudlydekalb

Glidden Florist is #proudlydekalb because DeKalb has been the home of our business for over 75 years.  We have been reinventing ourselves every 10 years or so – We have grown with the DeKalb Community! So we are #proudlydekalb as DeKalb reinvents itself yet again to be a town where community members encourage and support each other every day – discovering and enjoying the “Local … Continue reading Glidden Florist is #proudlydekalb

Whiskey Acres Distilling Co is Proud to be Illinois’ First Estate Distillery

Jim and Jamie Walter, and Nick Nagele gazed out at their cornfields this year with a different perspective than most farmers – calculating bottles per acre rather than bushels per acre.  As founders of Illinois’ first estate distillery, their outside the box thinking has helped them to gain notoriety in both the distilling and agriculture worlds. Whiskey Acres began distilling in December of 2014.  Only … Continue reading Whiskey Acres Distilling Co is Proud to be Illinois’ First Estate Distillery

Room to move: Oak Crest breaks ground on expansion project

Published: Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Source: The MidWeek By KATRINA J.E. MILTON DeKALB – Most people don’t have the stamina or diligence to go to the gym regularly, but 84-year-old Sally Stevens of DeKalb exercises at least five times a week. “I exercise all the time,” Stevens said. “I use weights and stationary bicycles regularly, as well as working on my motion and balance. Balance … Continue reading Room to move: Oak Crest breaks ground on expansion project