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Becker joins Claxton foot specialist office

Dr. Todd Becker has joined Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists' offices in Claxton and Savannah. He recently graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and completed a comprehensive three-year surgical residency. He received extensive training in forefoot and rearfoot reconstruction, trauma, diabetic ulcers, limb salvage, heel pain and sports medicine.

July 20, 2009 | Sepcial to the Herald | Business

A new role for Frank Rozier

Local businessman Frank C. Rozier, III was recently named chairman of the board of the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association. Owner and president of Rozier Ford Lincoln-Mercury in Statesboro, the second-generation automobile dealer assumed the helm of the association at a time considered by many to be the most difficult ever faced by the industry he represents.

July 13, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

School finance chief adjusts to tough times

Over the last several months there have been numerous reports regarding budget cuts by the state of Georgia. One area that has been particularly impacted is education, both at the primary, secondary, and post secondary levels.

July 13, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Designs that fit the times

As Americans spend more of their leisure time at home during tough economic times, many want their homes to be a calming, uplifting haven to combat the outside forces of recessionary turbulence.

July 06, 2009 | By JENNY LYNN ANDERSON Special to the Herald | Business

Sharri Edenfield named law review editor

V. Sharon "Sharri" Edenfield was named to serve a second term as co-editor of "The YLD Review," the newsletter of the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the State Bar of Georgia, and installed June 19 during the organization's annual meeting at Amelia Island, Fla. She was sworn in by Presiding Justice George Carley of the Supreme Court of Georgia.

June 29, 2009 | Sepcial to the Herald | Business

A Rushing family tradition

The T. E. Rushing family has been part of Statesboro's farming scene for three generations encompassing almost 90 years. With peanuts in the ground, Tommie and Stevie Rushing are gearing up for another harvest at the family's peanut processing facility, the T. E. Rushing Peanut Company on Harville Road.

June 29, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

‘Bobby Joe’s BBQ Sauce’ gains recognition

One local family has turned their three generation barbeque sauce recipe into a money making venture producing Ole'-Time Bobby Joe's BBQ Sauce for sale in local markets and restaurants.

June 29, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Downtown Rotary donates books

Stella Maris Polytechnic, a small faith-based college in Monrovia, Liberia, will receive 100 new business textbooks courtesy of the Rotary Club of Downtown Statesboro. The club's Service Committee chairman, Phil Waldrop, delivered the boxed books to the Wal-Mart Distribution Center last week, for transportation to the port in Baltimore, where they are to be loaded on a ship destined for Monrovia.

June 22, 2009 | Sepcial to the Herald | Business

Numbers swell at job temp agencies

Last week's announcement by the Georgia Department of Labor that Georgia's unemployment rate had soared in May to 9.7 percent may have surprised many, but not those working in the employment/staffing industry.

June 22, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Pladd Dot fulfilling its recording dreams

Chris Mitchell's vision of a state-of-the-art commercial recording studio at Pladd Dot Music on North Main is a reality as Mitchell just recently released the fourth full CD produced and engineered there.

June 22, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Downtown Board’s goal: Revitalization

The Downtown Statesboro Development Authority (DSDA) recently installed four new board members - each with a slightly different perspective regarding priorities for the continued redevelopment of downtown.

June 15, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Even dollar stores adjust in tough times

This may be surprising to many of you, because it is somewhat counterintuitive. You would think that a "dollar" store, a store that sells everything for a dollar, would be booming right now.

June 15, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Leon’s: 25 years in the Mall

Using an eclectic mix of inventory to lure customers into his clothing store, Leon Shelkoff is a master of retail parlaying his unique sense of style into a successful business. For the last 25 years, Shelkoff has operated Leon's Menswear, a clothing mainstay in the Statesboro Mall.

June 08, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Search Statesboro creates a new marketing tool

From a marketing perspective, we are never going back. Relying on simple advertising in a couple of key venues may no longer get the job done. Today, businesses must have an online presence. It just isn't an option.

June 08, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

Boost for Waynesboro will boost region

The economy of neighboring Waynesboro (Burke County) is getting a much needed "shot in the arm" from a huge construction project that is headed our way. Elba Express, a subsidiary of the El Paso Corporation is in the process of constructing its new 190-mile Elba Express interstate natural gas pipeline which is going to run through Chatham, Effingham, Screven, Jenkins, Burke, Jefferson, Glascock, Warren, McDuffie, Wilkes, Elbert, and Hart Counties, Georgia, joining the Transco Pipeline in Anderson County, South Carolina.

May 25, 2009 | By JAN MOORE | Business

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Boro attorney Josh Tucker earns national recognition

The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized Statesboro attorney Josh D. Tucker as one of 2016's "10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for ...

November 28, 2016 | Special to the Herald | Business

Soda taxes gain support

NEW YORK - After years of stamping out soda tax proposals with well-financed campaigns, Big Soda is suddenly finding itself up against bigger adversaries.

November 14, 2016 | By CANDACE CHOI AP Food Industry Writer | Business

Boro's Wendy Brannen trading apples for grapes

The Lodi Winegrape Commission, which represents more than 750 winegrape growers and 85 wineries in the Lodi American Viticulture Area of California, has recently announced ...

November 07, 2016 | Special to the Herald | Business


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