Business Briefs

Amazon Stone moves to Palmetto

Amazon Stone has moved from Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard in Newnan to a larger location on Weldon Road in Palmetto.

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Something Special holding open house

Something Special events center on Greenville Street is holding its annual open house today from 2 to 4 p.m. Visitors can tour the facility, an 1859 home and garden, and meet staff, as well as floral designers, photographers, event planners and musicians. There is also a collection of antique wedding dresses on display.

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