Sauk Valley Physical Therapy is open
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STERLING – The first tenant has opened up shop in the newest Sterling Commons building.
Sauk Valley Physical Therapy opened Dec. 18 at 4204 E. Lincolnway; Donald Early is its physical therapist. The clinic is one of seven operated by Byron-based Orthopedic and Sports Therapy Institute.
Go to ostipt.com or call 815-548-9444 for more information.
Relax Therapeutic Massage moves
MORRISON – Relax Therapeutic Massage has moved to 219 E. Main St., owner Christina Wetzell said.
Wetzell opened in July at 209½ E. Wall St., and moved Nov. 1. The 34-year-old said she will offer more services in the new year, such as a detoxifying foot bath.
“I’ve always wanted to try it, I just bought it, and I’m going to offer it,” she said.
Call 815-772-9944 to make an appointment.
Stars now serving ice cream
MORRISON – Stars, the ice cream shop and pizzeria that will deliver a movie with your pie, is now serving ice cream, co-owner Brad Tregloan said.
Pizza and sandwiches likely will be available in mid-January, he said.
The restaurant at 633 E. Lincolnway, is next door to Movie Magic, which Tregloan also owns.
Call 815-772-8781 for more information.
Pampered Pawz moves in Sterling
STERLING – Pampered Pawz is no longer at McCormick Place, the shopping center at 3512 E. Lincolnway, landlord Larry McCormick said.
Owner Kayla Hunt moved her dog grooming business shortly after Thanksgiving. Hunt did not return an email seeking comment, and she was not available by phone.
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