“Scan, Bag, Go” now offered at Kroger
Kroger has rolled in a new service to make shopping easier, and quicker at their Perrysburg location. The “Scan, Bag, Go” program allows customers to scan and bag their items as they shop, making checkout less of a hassle. Customers use a handheld scanner (a number of them are available at the entrance of the store) or the “Scan, Bag, Go” mobile app on their phone to scan the items, and the total will ring up as they shop. Once done shopping, customers finish at the self-checkout scanner, where the data will be downloaded, and pay for the groceries.
This service must be activated with a Kroger Plus Card. The service will also be offered at Kroger’s Maumee, Sylvania, Holland, and Bowling Green stores.
Balance Grille opens downtown location
Last October, Balance Pan-Asian Grille announced opening a fourth restaurant, this one in downtown Toledo. Also, Balance Farms, an 8,000+ square foot urban farm is being developed adjacent to the restaurant, where produce for all Balance locations will be grown. The new location opened May 10 in the arcade area of the Tower on the Maumee parking garage at the corner of Summit and Jefferson. Balance serves healthy Asian fusion tacos, snacks, bowls (along with smaller portioned kids bowls), and seasonal items with a refreshingly changing menu.
215 N Summit St | 419-243-2222 | balancegrille.com
Hours: Everyday 11am-9pm
Northwood welcomes new gaming spot
On May 26, Level 419, a new arcade, opened, hosting a launch party for the public. Home to a variety of old-school arcade and console games that any retro gaming fan will appreciate, some offerings include Street Smart, Vigilante, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and pinball machines.
Check out their Facebook page to see other classics. facebook.com/Level419
Inside Indoor Sand | 2538 Woodville Rd | 567-277-0537
Churchill’s Religious Goods and Gifts closes
After 36 years of business, family-owned Catholic shop Churchill’s Religious Goods and Gifts located at 2748 Tremainsville Rd. closed its doors May 12. Since opening in 1982, the store has provided religious items, books, rosaries and gifts for Catholic milestones. Owner Rose Churchill, deciding that it was time to retire, made the decision to close the store.