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Masters’ Guests Drawn Back to Favorite Restaurants

Penelope Ballas-Stewart saw some familiar golf week faces at her family's restaurant April 7.

Outdoor Markets Have Plenty to Offer

'Tis the season for outdoor markets. For people interested in fresh produce and other goods, there are plenty of options. In its second season, Boondock...

Projects and Partnerships Growing at USC-Aiken

A project at the University of South Carolina-Aiken has taken the next step toward becoming reality. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Environmental Management...

Medical Cannabis is Coming to Georgia

The Georgia’s Hope Act (House Bill 324) authorized the cultivation and production of low-THC cannabis oil under the supervision of the Georgia Access to...

Dine and Dish – Sweet Suite Cake & Candy Supply

For a lot of people, including me, the rise of COVID-19 has brought out skills that I didn’t know I had. Like baking— lots and...

The Strippers Are Wearing Masks, But The Club Doesn’t Have A Valid Liquor License

Strippers are wearing nothing but masks. The clubs however are not operating with a valid liquor or business license.

Real Estate Is The Best Hedge Against Inflation

Inflation is likely to grow at a larger rate the next 10 years than previously expected. Financial experts nationwide are not in agreement as...

Groundbreaking Held For the HUB for Community Innovation

The HUB for Community Innovation, a project designed to revitalize the Harrisburg and Laney Walker neighborhoods, marked a major milestone April 6 as officials...

Evans Community Center For Sale

(Editors Note: Joe Edge is the president and broker in charge of Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate Co. and listing agent for the property...

At Work With: Adam Fulmer

(Editor's Note: At Work With is a weekly feature focusing on different types of occupations.) It started out as a hobby. “About 13 or 14 years...

Your Weekly CSRA Business Digest

The COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged the confidence of U.S. adults nearing retirement age. One in five (19%) have reported the pandemic and its effects...

New Coffee, Donuts, and Desserts Coming to Evans

Columbia County stands to gain at least 4 new local eateries. Many restaurants closed their doors over the last 12 months, but there seems to be a glimmer of hope as the market stabilizes. The evidence is that new concepts and businesses are starting to replace empty storefronts that closed due to the pandemic.
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