Earlville has become the home of several new businesses in recent months. One of those new businesses is the Earlville Corner Stop, which opened in the vacant convenience store on the southwest corner of the main intersection along Old Highway 20. West Delaware’s new softball coach, Tiffany Rave, co-owns the business with her dad, Al Kruse. Her family has had many years of business experience.
The Earlville Corner Stop opened last July, and Rave says it’s a place where you can enjoy dinner, fill your vehicle with gas and pick up a few groceries.
Earlville doesn’t have its own grocery store, so Rave says they are hoping to expand their grocery section at the Earlville Corner Stop to provide better convenience to area residents.
The Manchester Chamber Ambassadors recently visited the Earlville Corner Stop, presenting the business with its “first official dollar”. (Photo by News Director Janelle Tucker)