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Times-News opens ShoreLine bureau

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Denver gets family touch in car care

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A local family makes automotive care easier for Denver residents. Judy Yarbrough, co-owner of Yarbrough Automotive and Truck Service, said the company offers free pick up and delivery to locals and business owners. “It’s really convenient for those who work during the day and can’t make it to a service…

Breaking Ground

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Grand Opening

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Small animal hospital thrives with 8 vets

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In 1978, pets and their owners walked through the doors of the East Lincoln Animal Hospital for the first time. Thirty years later, the building has not only grown in size but also in technology. “We are a full service small animal hospital,” said David Wilson, doctor of veterinary medicine.…

Realtors Honored

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SHORELINE—BUSINESS
Owner sees vision turn into reality

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Business owner Deborah Maynor says that her store is a reminder that any dream can become reality. Maynor opened Honeysuckle, a store specializing in accents and gifts, Sept. 15 in Denver. “I knew that I had always wanted to open my own store,” she said. “I just didn’t know what…

Family-friendly atmosphere at Beef O’Brady’s

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Specializing in sandwiches and chicken wings, Beef O’Brady’s recently opened its doors at Catawba Springs Promenade in Denver. “It’s a very family friendly business,” said Todd Stevermer, owner of the Denver restaurant. Beef O’Brady’s opened for business Jan. 8. “It’s been great so far,” he said. “We’ve gotten a pretty…

Grill is sign that struggle leads to good

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Kiki Kaloudis, co-owner of Everest Grill, says the restaurant is a reminder that a struggle can lead to success. Kaloudis, along with her husband Peter and brother-in law Gus Spirou, opened Everest Grill in 2003. “After my husband was laid off from his previous job, we thought that we should…

‘Dentinator’ brings work, paintless, to his customers

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Tom Rogers moved to North Carolina from California to take advantage of the lower cost of living. And he brought his knowledge of cars with him. “I’ve been an auto body repairman for about 30 years,” Rogers said. In moving to Lincolnton, Rogers brought along his skill set, opening a…