McGowan says he hopes to open Legal Remedy by Labor Day, and sell craft beer along with lunch and dinner items.
Pew previews the upcoming school year, and says the district hopes the SC Dept. of Education will allow the district to substitute digital textbooks for traditional ones.
Mahony says Winthrop’s enrollment can be increased if the university does a better job of telling its story.
Hart says if impact fees are imposed on new development in Fort Mill, it will be much more difficult for businesses to locate in the town.
Epps previews the upcoming school year, and provides updates on projects approved in the May bond referendum, including a third high school.
Krieghauser says in the coming years as Baby Boomers continue to age, the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of Dementia is going to reach 16 million.
Sosne provides an update on construction projects that were part of a district bond referendum approved by voters in 2014.