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Business

  • Business of the Month

    Williston Crossings RV Resort was chosen by the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as the September Business of the Month. Along with owner, Alan Wallace, center, several members from the Chamber board and Williston's reigning royalty were on hand to congratulate "the hidden gem of Williston."

  • New Chamber Member

    The Williston Chamber of Commerce welcomed Etheridge's U Pick Lane (Etheridge family front from left, Brad, Nancy, Todd, Frank and Shannon) to its membership last week with a ribbon cutting ceremony at its location, 2391 NE 140th Ave, Williston. Every weekend in October, the farm is open to the public for entertainment, food, farm-related fun and of course, picking your own pumpkins.

  • Chamber Notes

    Peanut Festival

    It's time to start thinking about the 29th Annual North Central Florida Peanut Festival, scheduled this year for Saturday, Oct. 7.

    The Williston Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for booth space at the event. Visit www.willistonfl.com or come by the Chamber office at 607 SW 1st Avenue between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Friday for an application.

    Peanut Pageants

  • CRA Facade Grant Guidelines

    Everything you need to know about applying for a grant to improve the looks of your business.

  • Tracy Powers joins Pioneer staff

     Tracy Powers has joined the Williston Pioneer as its advertising sales representative.

    Powers, who lives in Trenton, will be calling on area businesses to help with their advertising needs.

  • All-In Removal keeps waste from landfills

    by ASHLEY McDOUGAL

    amcdougal@chieflandcitizen.com

    It may not smell like roses, but for one Williston company manure is serious business.

    All-In Removal provides dumpsters to farms to fill with manure, said Don Emrick, president and CEO of the company. The company also picks up for those who collect their livestock manure in a pile on their farm. After pickup, the manure is hauled to other outlets that recycle it.

  • Landon Oaks kickstarts subdivision

    By Ashley Thornton

    Special to the Pioneer

    There’s a new subdivision in town.

    Landon Oaks, developed by Coldwell Banker’s Marilyn Deas, it is located off of SW 7th Avenue, just down past the police station.

    “I really am excited,” said Coldwell Real Estate Agent Rhonda Sweat, “I’m also proud of the product, incredibly proud of the house that we did.”

    The eight-lot subdivision features one model home and they already have contracts for two more to be built.

  • Sky High

     

  • Design a new chamber logo

     Your vision and talent are needed.

  • Pamper yourself–or someone you love-at Downtown Beauty Lounge

    After a week of work, children, errands and the demands of others, Missy Maguire and Kay Mayton think the best way to relax is in the company of friends.