COMMUNITY

Without COVID lifeline, new restaurants relying on local support, collaboration

Opening a restaurant is always a risky endeavor, but opening during a pandemic with the ever looming threat of a lockdown is a real roll of the dice. Nevertheless three new restaurants have chosen to make Keizer their new home– and now they’re in need of community support.

Though there is some COVID relief available for small businesses, the grants require records from pre-COVID to . . .

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