The Orvis Company, Inc., an international, multi-channel retailer and the oldest mail order business in the United States, is making plans to open a new retail location at 1 N. Main St. in Greenville.
After waiting 10 years to come to the United States, Pascal Cochard has finally made his dream of moving to the states and opening a bakery a reality.
Q: Can you explain the “asset allocation” theory when it comes to investing?
Southern Thymes customers can expect more of the same when the restaurant reopens under new management.
Wendy Mitchell, who now owns the business once again, said she is excited to return to the location on Trade Street.
Q: Do you recommend that people continue tithing and giving while getting out of debt?
Q: Some friends recently offered me a timeshare. It’s an older place on the beach, and they’ve had it for about 20 years. I’d have to pay a transfer fee of $100, plus a yearly association fee of $500. I know you’re not a big fan of timeshares, but does this deal sound okay?
Q: My husband and I have been living on a budget for a few months, and for some reason there seems to be leaks in our budget. It’s just a few dollars here and there, but added together it makes a huge dent. Can you give us some advice?
Southern Thymes restaurant has been sold to its former owner, Wendy Mitchell, who currently manages Lakeview Steakhouse on Highway 14.
Mitchell is making strides to reopen the Trade Street restaurant, which closed recently.
Southern Thymes, a restaurant located at 219 Trade St., has closed its doors to Greer customers.
A sign currently displayed outside the business’ window states, “Southern Thymes has closed. Thanks to everyone who supported us!”
Q: I’m getting married soon, and my fiancée and I together have saved about $9,000 for our wedding. Right now, we’re doing really well on our budgets and almost always have money left over each month. Should we use the extra money to continue paying down our debt, or is it okay to use it for a few wedding incidentals?