Wednesday, January 16, 2013
It's been some time in the offing, but Stone Hearth Pizza is set to open its doors to customers at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16 at the former T Michaels location in Winchester Town Center.
It's been some time in the offing, but Stone Hearth Pizza is set to open the doors of its new location Wednesday evening in Winchester, according to the company's Facebook page. "Dear Winchester, We officially open our doors TONIGHT (Wednesday, January 16) at 5:00 p.m. We can't wait to see you!!! It's been such a long time coming," wrote the company on their Facebook page Wednesday morning. Stone Hearth Pizza will be opening at the former T Michaels location at 528 Main St. T Michaels, which opened in 1986, was the largest storefront in Winchester Town Center before shuttering last winter. T Michaels' closure was due in part to declining sales. Will you be attending the opening of Stone Hearth Pizza Wednesday night? Let us know by posting …
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Let us know your thoughts of today's question in the comments section below.
It's been a little more than four months now since T Michaels closed its doors, after 25 years of service to Winchester residents. While the storefront remains empty, there has been talk of T Michaels' replacement. According to Cathy Alexander, Executive Director of the Winchester Chamber of Commerce, the town's realtor has an interested business and are discussing a possible lease. Well, we want to know, what type of business would you like to see in the location? Are you looking for another restaurant? Maybe you want to see a clothing boutique, similar to T Michaels. Maybe it's something else. Whatever it is, be sure to let us know what you'd like to see move into the location.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
After 25 years, T Michaels, the owner of the largest retail spot in the center, closed its doors.
The Winchester Town Center has seen its share of changes over the past year. From the addition of Piantedosi’s and the Black Horse Tavern to the closing of Cecilia’s and opening of Kids FootStop in that same location. Even away from the center there has been some change. Retail boutiques – Hidden Treasure and Recess Boutique – along Church Street have been opened less then a year. But even with all the influx of new businesses around the center, a Winchester staple for the last 25 years – T Michaels – closed its doors for the final time last month. “Unfortunately it wasn’t a surprise,” Cathy Alexander, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce said. “We’ve known that it might close for the last six months or so. There was a glimmer of …