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Business

  • RedStone prepares for Phase 2
    Almost a year after its grand opening, the RedStone shopping center has almost completed Phase 1, consisting of over 70,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and commercial space, in addition to the Stone Theatres 14-screen movie complex.
    RedStone, which is being developed by MPV Properties of Charlotte, is located on U.S. 521 at S.C. 160 in the heart of Indian Land.
    “We’re very pleased with Phase 1,” said MPV Properties Development Manager Mike Bilodeau. “We’re happy with the execution. We love the location.”
  • RedStone prepares for Phase 2

    Almost a year after its grand opening, the RedStone shopping center has almost completed Phase 1, consisting of over 70,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and commercial space, in addition to the Stone Theatres 14-screen movie complex.
    RedStone, which is being developed by MPV Properties of Charlotte, is located on U.S. 521 at S.C. 160 in the heart of Indian Land.
    “We’re very pleased with Phase 1,” said MPV Properties Development Manager Mike Bilodeau. “We’re happy with the execution. We love the location.”

  • Business primer for Lancaster 5th graders

    Discovery School fifth graders boarded buses Jan. 10 and headed for downtown Charlotte to spend a day immersed in the business world.
    The “Junior Achievement Biztown” economic simulation was designed to teach students about how business works, and how different businesses connect to the wider economy.
    Junior Achievement is a nationwide, nonprofit organization that develops programs to foster economic and financial literacy for K-12 students. The same “Biztown” program is also used at the high school level.

  • Reopened Red Rose Café keeping the Hartleys busy

    Brenda Hartley just couldn’t keep out of the kitchen after retiring and closing her home-style country-cooking restaurant 10 years ago.
    The Lancaster native reopened the doors of the Red Rose Café in December and has since been welcoming new and old customers alike. The restaurant is at 2704 Flat Creek Road, about 3 miles east of Lancaster.
    “She’s got some good food,” said one of Hartley’s regular customers, Rodger Payne, who eats at the Red Rose Café twice a day when he can. “She’s good!”

  • Movement buying Eagle Home Mortgage

    Indian Land-based Movement Mortgage announced Jan. 9 that it is acquiring construction giant Lennar Corp.’s mortgage subsidiary, Eagle Home Mortgage.
    Movement Communications Director Adam O’Daniel described the acquisition as a terrific opportunity. “Eagle Home Mortgage is a company that we’ve respected for a long time,” he said. “We have been actively recruiting their top loan officers for the last few years.”

  • Hilton-Jones, 18-year veteran, is LPD Employee of the Year

    Kayla Vaughn
    kvaughn@thelancasternews.com
    Melvenia Hilton-Jones has been a welcoming smile at the Lancaster Police Department for more than 18 years, working as a records clerk.
    She was recognized for her dedication to the job at the office Christmas party when she was named 2018 Police Department Employee of the Year, along with Officer Elizabeth Catoe, who was named Officer of the Year.

  • County launches job-search site

    The Lancaster County Economic Development Department has launched a new website that showcases open jobs that are available at local manufacturers and corporate facilities. 
    The standalone website – www.lancastercountyscjobs.com – is designed to connect manufacturing and corporate industries to prospective employees, and sorts open jobs into manufacturing or professional categories.

  • Suncrest plans to build 235 townhomes by Sugar Creek

    Stephanie Jadrnicek
    For The Lancaster News
    A mixed-use development of 235 townhomes with open spaces for public and private recreational use is in the pipeline for the Panhandle.
    At a recent public hearing, the Lancaster County Planning Commission recommended approval of Suncrest Real Estate and Land’s master plan for a 75-acre development along Sugar Creek.
    Lancaster County Council will consider a resolution on the plan at its Jan. 28 meeting.

  • Wells Fargo settles for $575M

    Wells Fargo will have to pay $575 million nationally to resolve claims that it violated state consumer protection laws, S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson announced last week.
    Nearly $6.8 million of that will be paid for infractions in South Carolina alone.
    “Today’s settlement sends a message loud and clear that South Carolina’s consumer protection laws must be obeyed,” Wilson said. “Hard-working families who must make every dollar count can ill afford such alleged deceptive and unfair practices by their bank.”

  • Zamek named chair of S.C. Alzheimer’s Association

    From release

    Seth Zamek, owner and executive director of Senior Helpers, has been appointed chairman of the S.C. Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. His term began July 1, and lasts two years. As chairman, Zamek leads a board of 21 board members from around South Carolina.