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Green Heron Grocery gone - Residents: Store was part of local flavor

SULLIVAN'S ISLAND â€" Island resident Cheryl Clark remembers popping into The Green Heron Grocery for an occasional ice cream or "awesome" handmade pizza to take home and cook.

Smart Carts standing idle - Owner hopes to revive short-lived taxi service

Rickshaw and taxi drivers decried the golf cart look-alikes that popped up on their turf over the summer.

Television makers offer cool bells and whistles to lure tech-savvy consumers

LAS VEGAS â€" Television makers are adding sexy new features like streaming Internet movies and 3-D capabilities this year, betting that they can keep consumers away from basic, no-frills sets, even in a weak economy.

Retailers get the numbing numbers

NEW YORK â€" Retailers reported dismal December sales figures Thursday as even Wal-Mart Stores Inc., one of the bright spots in the industry, finally buckled under the pressures of the deteriorating economy.

The State fills No. 2 news post

COLUMBIA â€" The State has promoted Steve Brook to managing editor, the newsroom's No. 2 post. Brook, 54, has been the newspaper's deputy managing editor since 2005. He started at The State in 1991 as executive business editor.

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