Well, I was unhappy to notice this real estate sign. As I mentioned when they moved, my parents always felt that Bob Andrews dealt with them more fairly and competently than the dealer, and that's usually where we took our cars while I was growing up. Still, a 90+ year run is pretty good by any standard.
I recall seeing an articl in The State about upcoming changes to Landmark Square, and this is one of them: Jeffers-McGill have vacated their Garners Ferry location and have moved to Atlas Road.
This follow-on operation to Bojangles seems to be undergoing some sort of remodeling, which is a little odd since I think a lot of work was done after Bojangles moved out.
In the event, it appears the Decker location is now independant (though seemingly with a similar menu). Feel Goods is the new name.
UPDATE 16 April 2015: Added first two pictures of Nick's in operation.
Well, this was quite a shock! Somehow between the last time I drove Two Notch and tonight (12 April 2015), the Waffle House by the I-20 on-ramp has either been completely gutted or completely knocked down and half rebuilt.
It's hard to tell given the night-badness of the pix, but there is a "now hiring" sign up, so they will be back apparently. In the meantime, as far as I know, the WH up the road at the Trenholm Road Extension terminus is still open.
Well, the signs are trying to spin it as a move, but since the 2708 Rosewood store already exists, I can only call it a closing.
Although it was once a grocery, this building has been a pharmacy for as long as I can remember -- It was an Eckerd's before the Rite Aid buyout of that chain. I have not stopped there for many years, possibly because the last time I did I got agressively pan-handled in the parking lot.
It appears that this may not be so much a closing as a re-branding. Conway Stores was acquired by National Stores in 2014, and National Stores operates the Fallas chain, which explains why the next store is already marqueed while the current store still has the property..
(Hat tip to commenter Sidney)
When It Fits, You Feel It!
For about the last 20 years, it has been almost mandatory to attach the word troubled to the front of Murrells Inlet's Inlet Square as in
In yet another blow to troubled Inlet Square Mall..
Anway, the recent closing of this Penny's which was my goto place for towels at the beach, is yet another blow, and seemed to come very quickly after the announcement rather than dragging on like the closing of the Dutch Square Belk's.
The J C Penny at Coastal Grand looks to stay open, at least for now, so they still have a Grand Strand presence, but if this keeps up, the only reason to visit Inlet Square will be to see a movie or look at books you're going to buy online later at Books A Million.