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Business

  • Business Briefcase 5-8-19

    Sun City Fresh Produce Market open
    Sun City Carolina Lakes Fresh Produce Market is open every Wednesday, through the end of September.
    It has local vendor booths offering vegetables, breads, take-home foods, eggs, fresh-baked goods, dressings, olive oils/vinegars, fresh seafood, fresh flowers, cheese, pickles and knife-sharpening services.
    The market is open to all at The Lodge, 3955 Sun City Blvd., at the corner of Del Webb Boulevard. For details, call (704) 651-6671.
    Ribbon-cutting at new dental office

  • TLN wins 36 prizes in S.C. Press contest

    The Lancaster News won 36 awards, its highest total ever, in last month’s South Carolina Press Association annual competition, including 11 first places.
    The entire staff won the top honor for election and political coverage for the fifth straight year, propelled by coverage of the Indian Land incorporation fight, two Lancaster mayoral elections and a second year of articles about Lancaster City Council member Linda Blackmon’s run-in with state ethics officials.

  • Business Briefcase 5-1-19

    Sun City fresh market opens May 1
    Sun City Carolina Lakes Fresh Produce Market will be held every Wednesday, beginning May 1 through the end of September.
    It has local vendors’ booths offering vegetables, breads, take-home foods, eggs, fresh-baked goods, dressings, olive oils/vinegars, fresh seafood, fresh flowers, cheese, pickles and knife-sharpening services.
    The market is open to all at The Lodge, 3955 Sun City Blvd., at the corner of Del Webb Boulevard. For details, call (704) 651-6671.

  • HomeGoods to open April 28 in IL

    The Promenade at Carolina Reserve is filling up, with another big retailer set to open this month at the 300,000-square-foot shopping complex in Indian Land.
    HomeGoods will open its doors to customers for the first time at 8 a.m. Sunday, April 28. It will be the company’s seventh store location in the Charlotte regional market.
    HomeGoods merchandise includes furniture, rugs, lighting, décor and more.
    “We are happy to provide Indian Land with a local HomeGoods,” said John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods.

  • Therapy Institute offers rehab help

    from the Therapy Institute of the Carolinas
    The Therapy Institute of the Carolinas, which opened in January in Indian Land, is helping children and adults from both Carolinas reach their fullest potential.
    Dr. Brian Lengers is the founder and national board-certified director of therapy operations for evidenced-based specialized therapy at the institute in the Carolina Commons Medical Center.

  • Business Briefcase 4-24-19

    Social Media Boot Camp for farmers
    The Catawba Farm and Food Coalition will hold a Social Media Boot Camp for farmers 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 27 at the Fort Lawn Community Center, 5554 Main St., Fort Lawn.    
    A beginner session is 10 a.m.-noon, farmer panel lunch is noon-1 p.m. and an advanced session is 1-3 p.m.
    Sessions are $15 each or $25 for both or free to S.C. New and Beginning Farmer Program members. Register by April 25. For details or to register, visit catawbafarm-andfood.org/workshops.

  • Business Briefcase: April 17, 2019

    Farmers Market meeting April 23
    The Lancaster County Farmers Market, in conjunction with the Catawba Food Coalition and the local Clemson Extension, will host a training and kick-off meeting for farmers and gardeners interested in selling at the market this year 6-7 p.m. April 23 at Springdale Recreation Complex, 260 S. Plantation Road, Lancaster.
    Seasonal vendor locations will be selected at 5:30 p.m. April 30 at Springdale. The Farmers Market opens May 4 at 1920 Pageland Highway, Lancaster.

  • MUSC considers expansion to IL

    MUSC Health, which bought Springs Memorial Hospital last month, is eyeing Indian Land as a location for a future facility.
    Mack Wallace, MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center professional outreach director, spoke to a curious audience during an April 5 Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce event at CrossRidge Café in Indian Land.
    “Indian Land is a focus for MUSC Health,” Wallace said. “So they’ve already deployed some resources to look at land and look at the needs of the community.”

  • Red Ventures shifts 260 jobs to IL

    Red Ventures is bringing 260 more jobs to Lancaster County.
    The internet-marketing company announced April 10 that it was closing its north Charlotte call center and merging it with its Indian Land headquarters.
    The Charlotte location is at University City, near the UNC Charlotte campus.
    Red Ventures CEO Ric Elias said all the employees at the Charlotte operation will be offered sales jobs in Indian Land.  

  • Business Briefcase: April 10, 2019

    Founders announces management changes
    Founders Federal Credit Union has announced the following management changes:
    ◆ Denise Helms of Indian Land was named senior vice president of core integration of Founders Federal Credit Union. She will assist with the preparation and implementation surrounding the operational side of the company’s new core processor in 2020. Helms joined Founders in 1993.