Laura Elder

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I'm pretty sure they planted the seed when they posted it on social media.

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Just need to point out I'm not advocating for a name change. I'm reporting that GypsyJoynt was considering one, which caused a stir on social media. It's buzz-worthy when businesses change their name because of controversy. Interestingly, this appears to be happening at other restaurants …

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Call 832-632-6731 to schedule an antibody test through the county’s program. Testing is free to county residents and people who work in the county, though people will be asked to provide proof of residency. People with health insurance also will be asked for their insurance information.

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I've had ICEES too. I found this online: "The ICEE and Slurpee are literally the exact same deliciously frosty product. Thanks to some digging on our part — thanks Wikipedia — we learned that the “slushie” was originally named ICEE, but 7-Eleven later bought it and changed its name to Slu…

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And thank you for reading all my lead-ins and Biz Buzz. It's my favorite thing to write. I appreciate it.

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It's Monday. The story posted earlier than we intended. We apologize for the confusion.

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Thanks for the tip! I'll see what I can find out.

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This helps a lot. Thank you for shedding some light on it.

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Wayne, those are good questions. I was going on information provided by those involved in the real estate transaction and tried researching the history of the building but couldn't find anything. I'll try to get those answers.

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The fourth encompasses 129 properties on Golfcrest Drive and Fairway Drive, and most properties on Oleander Avenue, an area off Stewart Road.