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Company headed by former SRS employee hired to two contracts

A former Savannah River Site (SRS) employee has announced that his company has entered into contracts with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS). Keith Willingham, who started his career at SRS 35 years ago, is now the Vice President and General Manager of Aecon-Wachs, a U.S.-based corporation providing single-source solutions for virtually every aspect of nuclear industry…

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Cookie business EXPLODES in CSRA!

While Charles Terry III (photo at right) is in Evans today through Wednesday, training his employees at Crumbl, his business partner, Tobias Harris of the Philadelphia 76ers is training for tonight’s NBA game with the Phoenix Suns in Pennsylvania. In October, the two childhood friends from Long Island, New York purchased the highly successful cookie franchise…

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Augusta Chick-fil-A location celebrates grand re-opening

ABD wondered how many millions of dollars in acquisition or renovation costs Chick-Fil-A paid to expand its store to include the old Mi Rancho property. The operators didn't want to discuss those numbers or how many millions in increased sales they believe is possible. Chick-fil-A, 3066 Washington Road, celebrated its grand re-opening yesterday morning. The new…

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Augusta company expanding, adding jobs, to build EV battery parts

An Augusta company plans to build a new plant that will bring 600 jobs to the area and help electric vehicles drive farther on a battery charge. Last week, the federal government announced that Solvay Specialty Polymers, an international company with a facility in Augusta, will receive $178.2 million through the infrastructure bill passed earlier this…

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Evans restaurateur acquires closed restaurant, plans Asian fusion concept

The closing of one Asian restaurant in Evans has led to the expansion of another. In May, Sally Chan, owner of Fuji Asian restaurant in the Evans Village Shopping Center on Evans to Locks Road, announced her retirement and closed the restaurant. But Manuel Ortiz, owner of Thai Kitchen, bought the restaurant as a second location…

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