Dogs 'N' All Pet Sitting of Richmond Hill is now part of the Savannh-based At Home Pet Sitters.
As an investor, you've pretty much seen it all in 2011 – including slow-but-steady gains early in the year, a market correction during the debt ceiling debate and the U.S. credit downgrade, and huge one-day price movements, both up and down – and there's still a month to go.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Nov. 18-23:
It's Thanksgiving week. And if you're fortunate, you can look around your Thanksgiving table and see several generations of your family.
Dean O's Pizza held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting Monday to mark the grand opening of the restaurant at 31 E. Bacon St. in downtown Pembroke.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Nov. 14-18:
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.
Georgia's net tax collections for the month of August totaled $1.39 billion for an increase of $47 million, or 3.5 percent, compared to the month-ended August 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal's office recently announced.
Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday announced that Area Development magazine has ranked Georgia as the No. 1 place in the nation in which to do business. Area Development is an executive magazine covering corporate site selection and relocation.
The calls are coming in about bugs up in the trees.
Curves International announced last week that participating Curves, including two locations in the Richmond Hill area, are hosting open houses the week of Sept. 15-20, in which new members can receive 30 days free, in addition to a free workout.
Howard Family Dental announced Friday it is delaying the opening of its Richmond Hill office. The opening date will be announced later.
CivilianJobs.com, a site that helps connect America's military members with civilian careers, is holding a job fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16, on Fort Stewart. The event is sponsored by the Fort Stewart Soldier for Life: Transition Assistance Program.
Armstrong State University's latest Coastal Empire Economic Monitor reports the Savannah-area economy continued to expand during the second quarter of 2014 and should experience strong growth throughout the year.
A Georgia State University economist is predicting that Georgia's economic growth will be solid in the coming years.
I got surprised again last week. I get used to working with local growers and gardeners and mercifully forget that there are people in charge of food and fiber resources who are well meaning but profoundly ignorant.
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