BAR OKs Hardee’s new look

BLYTHEWOOD – The Hardee’s restaurant in downtown Blythewood is going to soon be sporting a new look with cleaner lines, updated canopies, bolder color and a new star logo. The Board of Architectural Review (BAR) approved a certificate of appropriateness (COA) Monday evening to permit exterior alterations to the restaurant, which is located at 100 […]

Industrial Appreciation Dinner

In Stitches

WINNSBORO – The Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the newly opened To Be Stitched shop at 158-B S. Congress St. in downtown Winnsboro. Owner Jerrica Beam and Winnsboro Town Councilman John McMeekin, center, cut the ribbon. Beside Beam are her husband, Mitch and Winnsboro Town Councilwoman Janice Bartell-Prather. Behind McMeekin […]

Scott Benny Opens

BLYTHEWOOD – Cutting the Ribbon for the new Scott Benny restaurant in McNulty Plaza are Owners Scott and Mimi and Blythewood Mayor J. Michael Ross. Also pictured are, from left: Chamber Interim Director Phil Frye, Town Administrator Brian Cook, mayor-elect Bryan Franklin, the owners, Ross, Councilman Malcolm Gordge, councilman-elect Donald Brock, Economic Development consultant Ed […]

Umm, Good!

WINNSBORO – Cutting the ribbon for the grand opening of the town’s new Burger King are, front row, from left: Fairfield County Chamber president Gene Stephens, Winnsboro Town Clerk Lorraine Abell, Town Manager Don Wood, Town Councilwoman Janice Bartell Prather, Burger King representatives Benjamin Wasser and owner Bruce Daniels, Town Councilman John McMeekin, County Councilman […]

New Chef on the Block

WINNSBORO – Chef Meocia Coleman, center, assisted by Winnsboro Mayor Roger Gaddy and Fairfield County Council Chairman Neil Robinson, cut the ribbon last week for Coleman’s new restaurant, Quay’s, at 1418 Hwy 321 South in Winnsboro. The grand opening will be next March, Coleman said, when the bar area will open. The restaurant is open […]

Thank You!

WINNSBORO – Fairfield Behavioral Health Services (FBHS) recognized departing board members Rev. Quincy Pringle, Jannita Gaston and Randy Small during a board meeting Aug. 19. They also welcomed new board member Sean McNight.

Something to Talk About

WINNSBORO – Erin Bagwell, Marybeth Miller and Deborah Rollison cut the ribbon for their new shop last week. Located at 1130 Kincaid Bridge Road in Winnsboro, the consignment shop is spacious and full of everything you’ve been looking for, Rollison said. The store is open M, T, and Th – Sat from 10 – 5. […]

Shades of Blue

WINNSBORO – Robbie Martin opened her third shop recently, this one in downtown Winnsboro, with a ribbon cutting, assisted by Mayor Roger Gaddy, friends and family. Called Shades of Blue, the boutique is located at 143 S. Congress Street and will be open W – F from 11 – 5, Sat from 10-6 and Sun […]

Burger King opening in Winnsboro

WINNSBORO – A new Burger King is going up in Winnsboro and is expected to be open around Oct. 5. Located on the Bypass adjacent to KJ’s Food Mart, the 3,200 square-foot fast food restaurant will be the chain’s prototype store with a double drive-thru, according to Ben Wasser, Chief Operating Officer of Carolina Franchise […]