Bedingfield Pharmacy will be celebrating 40 years of business in Pembroke on Saturday with a Customer Appreciation Health Fair at the Pembroke Senior Citizens' Center.
Did you notice all the big piles of large trash items on your neighbor's lawn last week? Thanks to Richmond Hill's Public Works Department, operated OMI, it should all be gone. This large trash pickup initiative was the kick off to our celebration of Georgia Cities Week.
You may not be familiar with its formal name - the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 - but you're almost certainly aware of its key outcome: a tax rebate. Now comes the big question: What should you do with it?
Do butterflies attack your stomach whenever you are asked to speak before a group? Can you confidently express your thoughts and ideas? Do you have the nerve to ask your boss for a raise?
If you've been investing for a while, you know that there are few guarantees in the investment world and that, in one way or another, you're going to be taking some risks with your money. Still, you'd like to know that you're participating in a system that is fair to everyone and that is governed by rules. So you may ask yourself: "Who's looking out for me?
According to the people that are supposed to know about these things, the weather is going to be great this weekend. That makes the folks participating in the fourth annual Business to Consumer Expo very happy.
The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce has been pretty busy. While that is typically the case, I wanted to take a minute to pull out some of the highlights.
You may or may not engage in many of the typical activities of "spring cleaning" - de-cluttering the attic, reorganizing your closets, touching up the paint, etc. - but you can almost certainly benefit from "sprucing up" your financial situation.
The next time you are at your computer, take a minute and Google the phrase "creating a strategic alliance."
When you're working, you probably focus on how much you're putting in to your investment portfolio. But when you retire, how much you take out will be a matter of considerable interest. And that's why you have to prepare the proper withdrawal strategies.
We spend a lot of time watching businesses come into the community. We watched with great anticipation while Publix was built. There are more banks, gyms and retail outlets going up. We have three McDonald's locations around town. Rotary was packed to hear Paul Fletcher talk about Water Ways Township (formerly Genesis Point). The grand opening of Kroger was nothing short of spectacular. We are waiting with great anticipation to find out what ...
If you own a small business, you've got a lot to think about: attracting customers, holding down expenses, keeping up with trends and competitors - the list goes on and on. In short, you do everything possible to make sure your business can support your family. But if you want to keep the business in the family after you're gone, you'll need to prepare a strategy - and the sooner you start, the better.
Spring is here. If you're a gardener, you know it will soon be time for you to put in your flowers or vegetables. But even if you don't have a green thumb, you can still take advantage of the season by "planting the seeds" for the growth of another valuable piece of property - your investment portfolio.
Our city became all abuzz last week when word got out that a letter had been sent to the city requesting a referendum to allow Sunday alcohol sales in restaurants. But, we are not alone. There are discussions going on about this very topic in our state legislation now. In fact, Senate Bills 137 and 138 would apply to retail stores as well as restaurants. It would not make the sale on ...
We have been watching the progress for some time now. The Station Xchange project has gone from cleared land, to ground breaking, to hardhat only areas to opened shops. Where are they now and where are they going?
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, Aug. 2, 14-21:
The jobless rates in metro Savannah and coastal Georgia saw decreases in July, according to the state labor department.
If you're starting out as an investor, you might be feeling overwhelmed. After all, it seems like there's just so much to know. How can you get enough of a handle on basic investment concepts so that you're comfortable in making well-informed choices?
For the second time this year, Effingham County has landed a significant economic development project.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, August 1-13:
Georgia's net tax collections for July totaled $1.41 billion, an increase of $88.5 million, or 6.7 percent, compared to July 2012, according to Gov. Nathan Deal.
If you have children, you're keenly aware that it's getting close to back-to-school time. Today, that might mean you need to go shopping for notebooks and pencils. But in the future, when "back to school" means "off to college," your expenditures are likely to be significantly greater. Will you be financially prepared for that day?
Following the groundbreaking of the $400,000 Bryan County fire station on Resource Way in WaterWays Township, community developer Fletcher Management Company formally welcomed its newest featured builder, Dream Finders Homes. The builder broke ground on its design center showcase home as well as its initial offering of four new home plans.
ATLANTA - Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler will be a keynote speaker during an employment-law and legislative-issues update from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday at the Coastal Electric Membership Cooperative, 1265 S. Coastal Highway 17 in Midway.
It is the middle of summer and the kids are back in school. I am not used to that and I don't think I want to get used to it. I remember Labor Day signaling the return to school, but that is not the topic for today.
Richmond Hill could have a Goody's department store just in time for Christmas.
The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly Business After Hours from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn Express at 4601 Highway 17.
STATESBORO - U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., will host a veterans and military job fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, at Georgia Southern University's Nessmith-Lane Conference Center, 847 Plant Drive.
The following property transfers were recorded with the Bryan County Clerk of Court, July 26-31:
Ericka Danielle Oliver of Pembroke was recently awarded the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in recognition of outstanding work with young children.