New Boston Goody’s is one of twenty-five new Ohio stores rebranding to Gordmans Department Store.  The apparel and home décor retailer Gordmans, opening in June, is hiring and will be having a job fair Wednesday, May 22 at the Goody’s store in New Boston.  Gordmans is hiring for a variety of positions.  Interested candidates are invited to first apply at http://www.gordmans.com/careers and then visit the job fair from 11 am to 7 pm.  Walk-ins are welcome!

Full-time Gordmans associates are offered benefits, including health insurance (medial, prescription drug, dental and vision); a 401 (k) savings plan, paid vacation and holidays, as well as an associate discount on their already low prices.  Gordmans offers flexible full-time and part-time schedules.  This is a great opportunity to be among the first to work with the Gordmans team when the new Gordmans store opens in June.

Questions may be directed to New Boston Mayor’s office at 740-456-4103, Ext. 2.

New Boston’s Breakfast with Santa – Christmas Parade to be Held December 1st

New Boston’s annual Christmas celebration will be held this year on Saturday, December 1.

The 25th anniversary of “Breakfast with Santa” will run from 9 am til 11 am.
Residents are invited for breakfast and children will have an opportunity to speak to Santa about their wish list and receive a gift.

The annual Christmas Parade will begin at 5 pm later that day.  The parade route will be from the New Boston Shopping Center (Tractor Supply / Pat Catan’s) turning east onto Rhodes Avenue, north on Park Avenue, west on Gallia Street, south onto West Avenue, east on Rhodes Avenue and ending at the New Boston Community Center where cookies and hot chocolate will be served.  Anyone interested in participating in the parade are encouraged to contact the Village of New Boston prior to the event to register their group. 


New Boston Mayor Junior Williams and Village Council have announced that “Party at the Park II” festival is coming to New Boston’s Millbrook Park on Saturday, September 29. The event is returning after a very successful inaugural event last year. Mayor Williams states that local sponsors and volunteers make the event possible and hopes that the festival will remain for many years to come. Mayor Williams stated “The amount of positive feedback from the public last year certainly contributed to us making the decision to continue the event. Everyone had a great time and we expect the same this year. Local businesses and sponsors have made it possible to provide entertainment free of charge.”

Live music featuring the Shane Runion Band, Frank Grasso, Josh Stewart Band and more will be performing from noon till 8 pm followed by a fireworks display, Kids activities will be from noon till 6 pm and will include a Cartoonist, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Inflatables, Knockerball, Kiddie Barrell Train Rides, Games and Prizes. Concession stand, food vendors, craft exhibitors and more will be available. Southern Ohio Medical Center will be providing a wellness exhibit free to the public.

Vendors and exhibitors wishing to display or sell their goods may contact the mayor’s office at 740-456-4103, ext. 2.

New Boston Fireworks Scheduled for July 4

The village has scheduled their Independence Day fireworks show for Wednesday,  July 4th.  DJ music will be provided, and is being sponsored by Automania.
There will be Inflatables for the kids, and the concession stand will be open as well.
Fireworks will be launched from the lake bottom area and will begin at dark.
Bring your own chair, there will be seating in the ballpark.
Everyone welcome.  See you there!