Q: My wife and I are working the Baby Steps, and we have our budget in place. Sometimes the budget gets busted because of home improvements and various other things. I think we should take money from our emergency fund when this happens, but she says it should come out of our restaurant and fun money. What do you think?
In January, a ribbon cutting was held at Zaxbys on Wade Hampton Boulevard after owner Mike Godfrey opened the businesses doors on Nov. 30.
The Jane Crawford Skin Clinic, which helps restore and maintain skin health, opened on Jan. 4.
Coldwell Banker Caine recently welcomed Holly May as a residential sales agent to its Greenville office.
Q: What do you think about using an online bank for my emergency fund?
Sandra Hawkins of Duncan received one of two 2013 Outstanding Site Manager Awards for the territory of Lisa Oglesby at the Partnership Property Management annual awards banquet, held at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, N.C.
Olde Tyme 50’s Grill has opened its window for business.
The food truck, located at 2339 Locust Hill Road in Greer, offers a variety of subs, sandwiches, wraps, salads and specialty items.
The relocation and expansion of Wild Ace Pizza & Pub received approval during the Board of Architectural Review meeting Tuesday morning.
CertusBank celebrated the opening of their flagship branch in downtown Greenville last week. The branch is located in the ONE building on Main Street, which will also house the company’s corporate headquarters in early 2014.
Greer has one new restaurant and one notorious chef who has moved closer to home.
Marmalade, at 906 W. Poinsett St., serves “traditional breakfast with French flared in,” said Jason Bailey, owner and chef.
It’s his third restaurant in his career, but the first in Greer. The restaurant is also available for catering and parties.
Q: Should I pay a nominal fee to be enrolled in a mortgage accelerator program?