105 Tim Hortons restaurants planned for Northeast Ohio

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CLEVELAND– The Canadian-based restaurant chain Tim Hortons is taking over Ohio.

Franchisee Jeff Linville plans to open 105 locations in Northeast Ohio by 2025, a news release on Monday said. The spots will start popping up next year.

Tim Hortons are already scattered across western Ohio, as well as in Detroit and Indiana.

The chain is known for its coffee, baked goods and breakfast sandwiches.

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