Business In Savannah
Last weekend 400 attendees came together for Geekend, Savannah’s annual tech and innovation conference. For two days we devoured presentations and discussions from more than 60 technologists, entrepreneurs, designers and game developers who shared their stories about building innovative companies, products and experiences.
Spring may not have sprung yet, but this is definitely the month when love and romance are in the headlines. Everything is coming up roses and chocolate–covered strawberries. Perhaps your thoughts are turning to romance. Maybe the co-worker in the next cubicle is beginning to look awfully attractive. Could be you’d like to strike up more than a casual friendship. If so, what should you do and how should you go about it?
The footprint at Savannah Quarters in Pooler continues to grow as officials broke ground Tuesday on a new apartment complex.
Officials with Tynes Development, the city of Pooler and Savannah Quarters break ground on The Station at Savannah Quarters on Tuesday. The 244-unit apartment complex is being developed by Alabama-based Tynes Development. (Katie Nussbaum/Savannah Morning News)
Savannah-based Enmarket has acquired Brabham Oil Company, Inc., the company announced Tuesday.
Savanah-based Enmarket has acquired Brabham Oil Company, Inc. The sale will add 34 Brabham stores, which are branded as E-Z Shop to Enmarket’s store count and also includes the purchase of Brabham Oil’s wholesale fuel distribution company. (Photo courtesy of Enmarket)
BiS in brief: Downtown grants available, United Way seeks top volunteers, money for disaster planning
Association calls for grant applications
It’s one of the biggest homes in Savannah, the birthplace of Armstrong Junior College and the former home of one of the city’s oldest law firms.
The grand main staircase has been encapsulated to protect the marble treads and the handrails during the construction process. (Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News)
NEW YORK — Peyton Manning takes a family to Universal Parks &Resorts. Chris Pratt works out to get in shape to tout Michelob Ultra. Bill Hader takes a break on set to snack on some Pringles.
This photo provided by Lexus shows an image of the Lexus “Black Panther” Super Bowl spot. For the 2018 Super Bowl, marketers are paying more than $5 million per 30-second spot to capture the attention of more than 110 million viewers. (Courtesy of Lexus via AP)
NEW YORK — While customers are watching the Super Bowl at Boston’s Common Ground Bar and Grill, waiters and bartenders will pause to see key moments as well. General Manager Jeff John understands his staff wants to see if the New England Patriots can win their third NFL title in four years.
Jeff John, general manager of Common Ground Bar and Grill in Boston, says he understands his staff wants to stop and see if the New England Patriots can win their third Super Bowl title in four years. (Steven Senne/Associated Press) In this Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, photo, Jeff John, of Boston, general manager of Common Ground Bar and Grill, stands for a photograph at the restaurant, in Boston. When customers watch the Super Bowl at Common Ground Bar and Grill on Sunday, waiters and bartenders will be pausing now and then to watch, as well. John may need to remind them to work, but he also understands his staff wants to see if the New England Patriots will win their third NFL title in four years. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)