First Citizens Bank announced Wednesday that beginning this fall, Irmo's Blue Flour Bakery will become a tenant in the Brennen Building’s First Citizens Café space at 1210 Main St. in Downtown Columbia next door to Bourbon whiskey bar and Creole kitchen.
Beauty supply store Beauty World has signed a lease for the last remaining available space in the Food Lion-anchored shopping center at 1063 Broad River Rd., Colliers International announced last week.
Pittsburgh-based Little Earth Productions is introducing new bags to the college market. A long-time NCAA licensee, Little Earth has created an assortment of Gamecock-themed, stadium-approved bags to choose from, with various styles and sizes for all types of fans.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Columbia unveils its newest Ronald McDonald House at a ribbon cutting ceremony today. Columbia's new house, located directly next to the old house on 2800 Colonial Drive, features 16 rooms and will be able to serve twice as many families as the previous house.
On Aug. 18, Style Encore will open at 1150 Bower Pkwy. A sister brand to Plato's Closet and Once Upon a Child, Style Encore is a women’s consignment store that buys and sells gently used apparel, shoes, handbags and accessories.
After signing a lease for the former Moe Levy's space, local Famous Toastery franchise owner Kim Kenney told The State on Tuesday that the eatery has canceled that lease and signed a new lease for 1301 Main St.
South Carolina welcomed its first Teen Challenge Super Thrift on Garners Ferry Road last month. Sales at the thrift store benefit teens and families who are involved in substance abuse recovery programs.
As a result of his apothecary product line's success, Wayne Powers expanded his Wayne Powers Salon with the opening of Wayne Powers Apothecary and Salon at 2321 Devine St. The salon previously operated out of a space on Sunnyside Drive.
Steve MacDougall, Lexington mayor and general manager of the restaurant, told The State that he is buying Mr. D’s Steakhouse from current owner, Steve Deese, who also owns Lexington County's Encore Boat Builders ("Home of Bentley Pontoons"). MacDougall said the sale will be final by mid-August.
The landmark Moe Levy's Reliable Loan and Pawn store closed shop at its Assembly Street location at the end of February. At the time, owner Harold Rittenberg, son-in-law of the late Moe and Florence Levy, hinted there might be something else on the horizon but did not release details. Last week, Rittenberg revealed his secret when he opened Moe Levy's Army Store at 1727 Laurel Street across from Columbia Fire Dept. Station No. 1.
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