Togo's sandwich shop has opened a second Medford site, at 1310 Center Drive, in the Harry & David Country Village.
Franchise owner Will Brake said the restaurant in the former Little Feet Children's Shoes location will employ 20 and be managed by Chad Wimberly.
Togo's recently marked its 40th anniversary and has more than 250 locations, including one that opened at Blue Sky Plaza on the corner of Biddle and East McAndrews roads two years ago.
The new store's hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is 541-772-3263.
Property management firm Active Property Service has relocated to 2680 N. Pacific Highway, next to Wild River Pizza in Medford.
The company has been located on Bullock Road near the airport. Its phone number remains 541-772-5334.
Oregon's "Wine Country" license plate has been a big hit with the state's motorists. More than 6,000 sets of the specialty plates have been purchased since they went on sale in May 2012.
The plates, authorized by the Oregon Legislature in 2011, are the first specialty license plates to recognize wine production by any state in the U.S.
Through the end of April, 6,022 sets of the plates have been sold, according to the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division.
As of April 30, only Crater Lake specialty plates had surpassed Wine Country plates in annual sales. The state sold 11,178 Crater Lake plates in 2012.
Net proceeds from Wine Country plates directly support tourism and culinary efforts in the state. Oregon's tourism agency, Travel Oregon, administers a grant program that will open in spring 2014.
A spokesman for the Oregon Wine Center said details of the grant opportunities will be posted at industry.traveloregon.com later this year.
Compiled from staff reports