IGA Supermarket in Midway hosted a grand-opening ceremony Oct. 8 in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.
Several years ago, a book titled "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" was quite popular.
SAVANNAH- United Community Bank-Savannah has announced that James Magness has joined the bank as vice president of business services and will be located at United's White Bluff office.
SNF Holding Company subsidiary Floquip Engineering Company, which manufactures water-soluble polymers and has a Riceboro operation, will expand its business in Liberty County.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Oct. 10-14:
The Savannah Bank, the parent company of Bryan Bank and Trust, announced this week it has entered into a written agreement with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to "take steps to improve the Bank's asset quality, credit risk exposure, strategic planning initiatives, capital planning, and liquidity and risk management," according to a press release.
the water I drink comes from a large limestone aquifer called the Floridan that underlies all of Florida, past Charleston, almost to Macon and past Mobile.
Dana Lewis with the nonprofit Bryan County Pay it Forward Foundation, left, receives a $250 check from Catherine Grant of The Urgent Care Center of Richmond Hill recently. The Urgent Care Center donated $1 for every new Facebook "like" it received from Sept. 15-29.
You may not see it posted on your calendar, but Oct. 16-22 is National Save for Retirement Week. This annual event, endorsed by Congress, is designed to raise awareness about the importance of saving for retirement – so you may want to take some time this week to review your own strategy for achieving the retirement lifestyle you've envisioned.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Oct. 3-7:
SAVANNAH - A Savannah businessman is fighting the state's efforts to restrict him from advertising discounted gas prices on signs outside his service stations.
Bryan County has received $4,700 in federal funds to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area. And now begins the process of determining how the money will be distributed among emergency food and shelter programs of local service agencies.
Admit it: You probably spend more time comparison shopping online than reviewing your annual benefits enrollment materials.
A few years ago, the National Association of Professional Organizers designated the first week of October as Get Organized Week. And while you may have misplaced your notification of this event, it's nonetheless a good time to see just how organized you are in the important areas of your life – such as your finances.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Sept. 26-30:
There was a steady hustle and bustle of holiday shoppers at the fourth annual Holiday Market last Saturday at the J.F. Gregory Park pavilion.
We have a lot of residential subdivisions with ponds on them. We have a lot of farmsteads with ponds. If you have a pond, either your own private pond or one owned and managed by your homeowner's association, now is the time to start planning for next year's management of the pond.
The Golden Corral building on Highway 84 in Hinesville is back on the market. A Realtor's sign was placed on the property sometime this week.
Howard Family Dental, which has been serving Southeastern Georgia since 1980, recently announced the grand opening of its new Richmond Hill office and the addition of Dr. Carlos Martinolas to the practice.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court from Nov. 14-Dec. 8.
Richmond Hill city clerk Ursula Lee recently celebrated 28 years of employment with the city. Lee began her work in 1986 as a receptionist/senior clerk and was promoted to assistant city clerk before becoming city clerk in 1997.
The following incidents are from Bryan County Sheriff's Department and Richmond Hill Police Department reports.
As 2014 draws to a close, you may want to look back on the progress you've made this past year in various areas of your life - and that certainly includes progress toward your financial goals.
You may begin noticing smoke in the air from time to time as tree farmers conduct prescribed burns.
It's Thanksgiving, a holiday that once celebrated the harvest season. Although many of us may not be directly connected to agriculture, we still gather on Thanksgiving with our loved ones to share whatever "bounty" we have. This practice doesn't have to begin and end with food. Why not incorporate the spirit of sharing into your overall financial strategy?
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