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D Johnson

Uber releases its Savannah St. Patrick’s Day guide with discount code

Uber has released its 2017 St. Patrick’s Day guide for Savannah with some tips to stay safe and get to the right vehicle as well as a discount code to get $10 off a ride downtown.

BiS in brief: HOS buys Berwick center

Hospitality and property development company HOS Management recently acquired a neighborhood shopping center located at 50 Berwick Blvd. in Savannah, directly adjacent to a Kroger grocery store.

BiS profile: Terry Post, Laser Light Engraving

Our main business is awards and trophies. Also corporate incentive awards, plaques, acrylic awards. We are an engraving shop. We can do individual style engraving like stainless steel and marking the metal with the laser. Also promotional products like ink pens, coffee cups, nametags. And we do signs.



Paul-Neal Sansom

BiS in brief: Marina plan, franchise advice, TEDx speakers

The latest offering in Savannah SCORE’s popular “Taking Care of Business” lecture series focuses on helping aspiring business owners decide if they should consider investing in a franchise rather than building a business from scratch.

BiS in brief: sales tax talk, cyber security, Hospice donation

The Technology Association of Georgia Savannah plans a lunchtime learning discussion on cyber attacks and new technology.

BiS in brief: Vet clinic zoning, Pooler OKs tract, pub cuts ribbon

The Pooler City Council this week approved a pair of requests to subdivide tracts in the Savannah Quarters community for future development.

BiS in brief: Vidalia onions, Sandfly meet, Waycross hospital transition set

State sets date for Vidalia onion sales



John Massey

BiS in brief: Bags & Bangles, new Banana web, Kroger supports heart health

Kroger, customers raise funds to battle heart disease

BiS in brief: Hotel gets honor, stores raise funds for health

Tracts pulled for future development

BiS in brief: Dick’s to open, Hospice plans thrift store, law firm forms

Dick’s Sporting Goods will open a Hinesville store for preview March 8 with a grand opening planned March 10-12 at 863 Oglethorpe Hwy., Suite 101.



Hunter Smoak

Comcast app lets you track cable technician

Comcast on Monday launched a new mobile app feature for the Savannah area, which aims to streamline maintenance notifications and information.

Tech ETA, a new feature on the Comcast mobile app allows customers to see information about their cable technician and alerts users when the technician is within 30 minutes of their home. (Photo courtesy of Comcast)

BiS in brief: Vet clinic zoning, Kroger fundraiser, Armstrong win

The Bloomingdale City Council at its Thursday meeting voted on second reading to amend the city zoning ordinance to include veterinary clinics and animal boarding places as conditional uses in R-1 or single-family residential zones.



Larry Evans

BIS in brief: Morrisons honored, Allegiant starts Cleveland flight, job fair

Allegiant launched its new, nonstop service Thursday to Savannah from Cleveland, Ohio. To celebrate, the company, known for its exceptional travel deals, is offering one-way fares on the new routes for as low as $48.

BiS profile: Savannah Wine Cellar, Bridget Michalski

We teach people about wine through tastings. It’s all about the beauty and love of wine. When you come in, you’re buying an experience, whether you enjoy the wine at home—share the right glass of wine with your spouse—or whether it’s a special occasion.