The Daily News of Newburyport A million dollars is a lot of money, but in the five years since Salisbury resident Rob Werner opened thrift shops in Salisbury and York Maine, that's the amount he's donated from their proceeds to charities in both areas.
Portsmouth Herald Employees and volunteers of Leeward Landing Thrift Store recently presented Jodi Bissonnette of York County Food Rescue with a check for $5,000. The donation will be used to pay for electrical provisioning and other facility modifications needed to complete the food charity’s move to a new warehouse location
Portsmouth Herald Leeward Landing Thrift Store is expanding. The manager for the Route 1 thrift shop received Planning Board approval Thursday, May 12, to build an 824-square-foot addition to the back of the current 2,180-square-foot store. Construction will start as soon as possible, according to store manager Jon Werner.