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ABOVE: Maxine Young, owner of JoJo’s Kitchen is surrounded by Chamber of Commerce members and representatives as she cuts a ribbon for her new restaurant in Lincolnton a few weeks ago. BELOW: Giovanni’s Pizza and Pasta owner Leo Lomangino cuts a ribbon for his Denver restaurant a few weeks ago,…

Couple brings love of reading to Bookstop

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Reading has always been an important part of Sandy and Buddy Dobbins’ lives. The Lincolnton couple are avid fans of science fiction, fantasy and romance novels. Sandy Dobbins is a fan of authors Laurell K. Hamilton and L.J. Smith, while her husband enjoys reading Terry Brooks and R.A. Salvatore. Reading…

Monument store offers tributes to love ones

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Purchasing a memorial for a loved one is a difficult decision, but it is one, that sometimes has to be made. Riverhill Monument Company Artistry in Stone wants to make that choice a bit easier for people, said Kenneth Seagroves, who recently opened the Lincolnton store. “We want to treat…

Triad Corrugated Metal opens Lincolnton office

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Triad Corrugated Metal, a leading North Carolina metal roofing and building system manufacturer, has opened an office in Lincolnton. “We see consistent, aggressive growth as part of our commitment to a superior customer experience,” company president Patrick Smith stated in a news release. “Customers in our new Lincolnton store will…

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East Lincoln native hopes to meet demand for high-end cars

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After graduating college, East Lincoln native Chance Beam moved back home in the hope of stimulating the local economy. In March, Beam opened Lake Norman Imports, a pre-owned luxury car dealership in Denver. “I had wanted to go into real estate, but the market is so bad right now,” Beam…

Geppetos embraces Lincoln expansion

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After 21 years in business and four locations, the owners of Geppeto’s Pizza have no plans to slow down. In 1988, Neal Powell opened the first Geppeto’s Pizza in Newton. Throughout the years, he and his business partners have expanded to locations in Hickory, Morganton and now Denver. Eric Bumgarner…

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Food biz takes off for Grateful Growers

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Five years ago, Cassie Parsons and Natalie Veres envisioned owning a business dedicated to growing organic food for their community. Today, the Grateful Growers Farm not only serves Lincoln County but has also expanded services to other areas in the state. Parsons, a culinary chef turned organic landscaping owner teamed…

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