Two New Businesses In The Tri-City Area

Parma Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Megan Cooney, Parma City Councilwoman Linda Kohar from Ward 5, and others join Parma Bazaar in cutting the ribbon for their new business. 

The Parma Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed two new businesses to the Tri-City Area last month. The first was Parma Bazaar, at 8255 Day Drive in Parma. This is a year round inclusive indoor market, with different vendors featuring a diverse pool of local small businesses offering hand made products, arts and crafts, fresh produce, services, culturally diverse food, and a farmers market. 

The second new business is Little Italia, at 6863 W. 130th Street in Parma Heights, across from the Southland Shopping Center. Tasty, authentic Italian food is what they server here, and from the delicious sampling, I would say that this location will be quite popular before too long. 

It is great to welcome two new businesses to our community, and they will join the many others that we are blessed to have in the Tri-City Area of Parma, Parma Heights and Seven Hills. 

Daniel P. McCarthy

I am the publisher of the Parma Observer. Lifetime resident of Parma for over 50 years.

Volume 15, Issue 1, Posted 6:13 PM, 01.01.2023