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  • Family medicine open Saturdays

    From release
    CHERAW – Dr. Jeff Brock of Chesterfield Family Medicine in Cheraw will begin offering services on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until noon beginning September 8.

    Appointments are not necessary as walk-ins will be seen, but appointments will also be taken for Saturdays.

    Weekday business hours of the practice are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

    Wednesdays the practice will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Property near Pageland ready for commercial development

    The Chesterfield County Economic Development Board announced last week that Chesterfield County now has improved the odds that an industry will find a site on the western side of Chesterfield County attractive. The 22-acre industrial site, located next to Wal-Mart Distribution Center on Highway 601 in Pageland is ready to go.

  • Healthy Woman celebrates three years

    From release
    For women, fulfilling the varied roles and responsibilities required of them – mother, daughter, caregiver, friend, volunteer or professional, not to mention finding time to care for themselves – is a challenge. Chesterfield General Hospital in Cheraw launched Healthy Woman, a free program designed just for women, to help.

  • Carolinas Center Spec Building

    A short six months after the April 12, 2012 groundbreaking, Chesterfield County and the Towns of Cheraw and Chesterfield got a “Certificate of Completion” signaling that the brand new spec building is ready to go.
    The 52,284 square-foot building, expandable to 102,284 square feet and LEED pre-certified is a good fit for industrial manufacturers or suppliers since it has a 24 feet,10 inch clear height.

  • Best time of year for bargains

    Metro Creative Connection
    The savvy shopper knows there is no reason to pay full price if you don’t have to. Timing is everything when bargain hunting, and with a little patience, most people can find deep discounts on items that might have broken the bank just a few weeks prior.

  • ‘Sales Tax Holiday’ is this weekend

    COLUMBIA – The South Carolina Retail Association (SCRA) has announced that the 12th annual Sales Tax Holiday will run from Friday, Aug. 3 at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday, Aug. 5 at 11:59 p.m. Due to the success of the previous tax-free weekends, the South Carolina General Assembly has set aside one weekend free of sales tax on back-to-school related items such as pencils, paper, backpacks, textbooks, computers, shoes and clothing. The three-day event is popular among South Carolina consumers because it provides a tax break as they make necessary purchases for school or college.

  • Another donation to Economic Alliance

    Kip Kiser made a personal pledge to the Chesterfield County Economic Development Alliance’s Campaign Manager, Scott Faulkenberry.  

    “I am pleased to support the Alliance and I am looking forward to the positive work it will accomplish for our County,” Kiser said.
     

  • Donations to Economic Alliance

    Chesterfield County Economic Devolpment Alliance (CCEDA) is a a cooperative 501(c)(3) public/private non-profit organization set to bring jobs and economic stimulus to Chesterfield County.
    The CCEDA is seeking investments from private sector organizations to fully implement its strategic plan initiatives, and hope to reach its $800,000 goal. Local businesses have begun to donate money to help the CCEDA reach their goal.

  • Country’s debt and Naval biofuels

    To the editor:

    Our national debt is rapidly approaching $16 trillion.  It seems that Obama may be afraid he may not be re-elected, so he is trying to bankrupt our country between now and January when a new president may be sworn in.

  • Simple Needs consignment shop opens in Pageland

    Shoppers looking for a bargain or sellers hoping to make a few extra dollars can now go to Simple Needs at 121 N. Maple Street in Pageland. Open only a few weeks, owner Pamela Mitchell said she loves to go to yard sales and accumulated so many things at home her husband suggested she open a store.