• Pageland Chamber of Commerce also honors local industry
  • Chesterfield County shows appreciation for industry
  • What a deal - Sable’s Liquidation opens near Pageland

    A new retail store has opened near Pageland and offers a variety of items at discounted prices. Sable’s Liquidation opened for business Sept. 15 at 7718 Pageland Highway (Highway 601). The official address is Monroe, but the store is actually right at the SC/NC state line on the west side of the highway in a building that formerly was a western wear store.
    Owner Tia Ganzen said the goal is to provide new and quality pre-owned items at the best possible prices.

  • New business - Brandon Price Insurance opens in Pageland

    Pageland Mayor Brian Hough, Councilman Joe Clontz and the Pageland Chamber of Commerce helped officially open Brandon Price Nationwide Insurance at 212 W. McGregor Street on Friday, Sept. 9 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The office is in the former location of the Pageland Post Office.

  • A+ Computers and Repairs opens in Pageland

    Pageland has a new business where customers can find values computers, have their computer diagnosed, repaired or upgraded, purchase accessories or have data backed up.
    A+ Computers and Repair opened at 112 N. Maple Street in Pageland on Thursday, Sept. 1 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony conducted by the Pageland Chamber of Commerce. Owner Doug Horn said he brings more than 22 years of experience with computers to the business.

  • Pageland Merle Norman dealer honored at convention

    From release
    More than 80 years ago, cosmetics pioneer Merle Nethercutt Norman, was one of the first women in cosmetics and a true innovator.
    In addition to creating breakthrough products, she empowered other women to begin their own business selling her beauty products. Her relationship with her franchisees was much like a family, and she took pride in recognizing their years of service with a special annual ceremony.

  • Hair Connection marks 30 years in business

    Progressive Journal Reporter
    With the state of economy in a downslide it remains tougher and tougher for Pageland storeowners to stay in business. Rebecca Seegars said she understands the community is hurting but needs to come together to work as one. Seegars is the owner of the Hair Connection Beauty salon at 102 N. Pearl St. Seegars said she is a people person who is loved by her customers.

  • Pageland Chamber welcomes new member

    From release
    Stegall’s Paint and Body Shop is a new 2011 Chamber member. They are located at 808 North Pearl Street in Pageland. Owner Gary Stegall got his start in auto repair service with his uncle. He worked in Albemarle, N.C. while attending high school.

  • The Chop Shop offers a mix of old and new

    are stylists and then there are barbers. For men who prefer the latter, The Chop Shop, 305 West McGregor in Pageland offers a variety of services and products.
    B.J. Crawford, 40, has been a barber since 2004 and opened The Chop Shop in 2007. He said barber school was a year-long course followed by another year of apprenticeship working at a barbershop. He said he also received barber experience while in the Army.

  • Pageland auto repair shop now under new ownership

    A new owner has taken over a mechanic shop in downtown Pageland, but he’s familiar to many area residents.
    Derrick Vincent opened D’s Car Care at 120 East McGregor Street in mid-May, but was a 12-year employee of Advance Auto Parts before branching out on his own.
    “I wanted to stay in Pageland because I like it here and the people are great,” the Kershaw resident said. “Working here as long as I have I’ve gotten to know the people.”