After 18 years with Bryan Bank and Trust in Richmond Hill and almost 40 years as a teller, Pat Moore recently joined her husband, Teddy, as a retiree.
Lovin' Spoons owner Diane Kahn had a ribbon cutting Thursday for her frozen yogurt shop with city and Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce officials. Lovin' Spoons, at 60 Exchange St., is open from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and noon-10 p.m. Sunday. Visit www.lovinspoons.com or call 459-1490.
West Therapy Rehab owner Becky West marked the opening of a new clinic in Pembroke Monday. City and North Bryan Chamber of Commerce officials and West employees were there to help celebrate. West Rehab, at 205 W. Bacon St., is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and now offers nutrition counseling and personal training in addition to physical, occupational and speech therapies. Visit www.westrehab.com or call 653-0040.
The Savannah Bancorp recently announced that Lynne Haines joined the company as director of human resources.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Nov. 7-10:
DAHLONEGA - A Methodist church leader and representatives of a Virginia company were in north Georgia to launch an alternative burial method in which memorial trees are chosen as a final resting place for cremated ashes.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, but, not everyone will have a turkey for the holiday dinner.
BRUNSWICK - An official with a mining company says it's exploring in southeast Georgia's Brantley and Charlton counties for the mineral zircon and could eventually turn its attention to Glynn County.
These days, you can purchase just about anything you want on the Internet. However, you can still benefit from a human, face-to-face experience for some purchases – such as your investments. And that's why you may want to work with a financial professional.
COLUMBIA, S.C. - The board that oversees South Carolina's environmental agency will decide whether to issue a permit for a dredging project for neighboring Georgia.
This week starts the cotton harvest in Bryan County. The cotton is short this year, and the yield likely will be as disappointing as we have feared.
The Tybee Island Community Resource Committee is accepting exhibitors' applications for the Tybee Island Water and Energy Fair, which is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 11 at Tybee Gym.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Oct. 31 - Nov. 3:
RPI Residential owner and president Marci Reynolds recently received a certification from Savannah's Minority/Women-Owned Business Enterprise program.
The Parker Companies, a fuel retailer at convience stores across Southeast Georgia and South Carolina, recently announced that company president and CEO Greg Parker has been honored as the Southeast C-Store Innovator of the Year.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court from Feb. 2-10:
JESUP -U.S. Rep Earl "Buddy" Carter, R-Georgia, began a series of town-hall meetings last week in some of the coastal counties that make up Georgia's 1st District.
Matt Jensen had a plan to land a job as a coding developer in the computer industry. He would first earn a bachelor's degree in information systems, which would immerse him in business management, coding language and computer security.
During her Academy Awards acceptance speech, actress Patricia Arquette delivered a message about equal pay for women.
I'm always writing about the virtues of flexible schedules and work-life balance.
Participating in your employer’s Going Out of Business sale is a solid indicator that a job change is inevitable. However, if your employer’s books are solidly in the black, how do you know the right time, if ever, to change jobs?
The ability to communicate, whether written or spoken, was recently noted by the Pew Research Center as the skill American adults think is most necessary to be successful.
Wal-Mart's recent decision to raise its minimum wage to $9 an hour may not be as altruistic as some would believe.
Thanks to the Internet, the world has come to expect instant gratification in its quest for information. But the expectation of cheap, fast delivery has come at a price: It has become harder for artists, writers and musicians to make a living selling their work.
Many factors will affect your results as an investor. Some of these factors are beyond your control, such as interest-rate movements or the eurozone debt crisis or the sales results of the companies in which you invest.
Lego has long been a favorite toy, but the company’s recent growth has spurred it to new heights.
As millennials begin to overtake the baby boomers and Gen X in size it will become increasingly important for businesses to target them as customers.
Business owners and managers in Bryan County now have a new digital agency to help grow their customer base.
The First Bank of Coastal Georgia board of directors approved promotions of four employees during its January meeting.
Tina Flesher-Harrington with RE/MAX Accent in Richmond Hill has earned the Military Relocation Professional certification.