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  • Business Briefcase 6-21-17

    Headache/migraine seminar June 29
    Carolina Chiropractic & Wellness, 8763 Charlotte Highway, will hold a free headache and migraine awareness seminar at 6 p.m. June 29 as part of National Headache and Migraine Awareness Month. Attendees will learn what causes headaches and migraines and what treatments are available.
    For details or to RSVP, call (803) 548-8452 before June 28.
    SCCL Fresh Produce Market now open

  • PCI Group named Industry of Year

    The Lancaster County Department of Economic Development recognized three businesses with Industry of the Year awards at last week’s County Council meeting.
    Jamie Gilbert, economic development director, presented top awards to the companies in three categories based on their number of employees: small (1-99 workers), medium (100-299) and large (300-plus).
    PCI wins medium firm award

  • IL farm certified humane chicken producer

    From release

    One of the two Panhandle sites on the Lancaster County Ag+Art Tour, Howell Specialty Farmz, 9010 Pryor Drive, was certified as an Animal Welfare Approved farm last year.
    Carey and Natalie Howell raise 60 modern hybrid birds, including Red Stars, White Leghorns and 20 traditional breed birds, including Araucanas, Buff Orpingtons, Partridge Rock and White Rocks.
    The birds are raised outdoors on pasture, where they can perform natural behaviors like running, dust bathing, pecking and scratching for grubs and seeds.

  • Business Briefcase 6-14-17

    New provider joins Novant Health

    Novant Health Indian Land Primary Care, 6237 Carolina Commons Drive, Suite 101, has added a new provider, Dr. Jonathan Jay Liu. 

    A Charlotte native, Liu was previously the medical director of a nursing facility in Rock Hill.

    Now accepting new patients, the clinic is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-noon Friday.

  • Farmers markets open

    If you’re looking to add some fresh produce to your kitchen cabinet, now is the time.
    Farmers markets across the county are now open, many with new products and vendors who come from across the state and beyond to sell.
    Sun City Carolina Lakes Fresh Produce Market offers vegetables, breads, take-home foods and more, including special events during the market season.
    It will hold a craft market today, June 7, featuring fabric arts, pottery and woodworking.

  • Founders reissues 890 debit cards

    Kayla Vaughn
    kvaughn@thelancasternews.com

    Nearly 900 customers of Founders Federal Credit Union had their debit cards blocked last week after a data-stealing skimmer was found on an ATM in Rock Hill.
    The device was placed on a standalone ATM on India Hook Road sometime between March 15 and May 20, when it was discovered, according to Nicki Nash, chief marketing officer at Lancaster-based Founders. It might have been installed and uninstalled numerous times.

  • Business Briefcase: June 7, 2017

    Local real estate agents graduate
    Crystal Horton and Jebbie Zulka of Allen Tate Realty-Doby’s Bridge in Indian Land and Jill Thompson of Lancaster have graduated from Allen Tate’s Winner’s Edge real estate training program. The curriculum for the program includes the latest trends in real estate, technology, license law, sales and marketing techniques and details about the local market.

    Summer Jam offers free haircuts for kids

  • Business Briefcase 6-7-17

    Local real estate agents graduate

    Crystal Horton and Jebbie Zulka of Allen Tate Realty-Doby’s Bridge in Indian Land and Jill Thompson of Lancaster have graduated from Allen Tate’s Winner’s Edge real estate training program. The curriculum for the program includes the latest trends in real estate, technology, license law, sales and marketing techniques and details about the local market.

    Summer Jam offers free haircuts for kids

  • Business Briefcase 5-31-17

    Hospital to host cooking demo June 6

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster and Springs Memorial Hospital, 800 W. Meeting St., Lancaster, will host an evening with Patricia Moore-Pastides, wife of USC President Harris Pastides, on June 6, with a reception at 6:30 p.m. on the hospital’s second floor mezzanine and a live cooking demonstration and discussion in the hospital’s Bistro at 7 p.m. 

  • Shiver me putter!

    Family-friendly fun is about to get a huge boost in Indian Land with a new miniature golf course scheduled to open by the end of June.

    High Seas Miniature Golf is an18-hole pirate-themed course now under construction at 10001 Charlotte Highway near Southern Spirits and Phantom Fireworks.