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EarthFIT expands, re-opens Lady’s Island facility

A local fitness training facility has re-opened after expanding its facility and offerings.

EarthFIT has added an additional 5,000 square-feet of training space, including new equipment, to its facility at 37 Sams Point Road, on Lady’s Island.

The business, which offers personal and group training, back pain relief among other programs, will hold a grand re-opening and 10-year-anniversary celebration from 5-7 p.m. on Nov. 12. 

Corner Perk opens new location in Port Royal

Corner Perk has opened a third Location in Beaufort County. The coffee house and brunch cafe is now open at 1628 Paris Avenue, in Port Royal.

With locations in Bluffton and Okatie, Corner Perk features crafted drinks using house roasted coffee and homemade syrups.

New pet food and supply store opens in Port Royal

A pet food and supply business has opened in Port Royal. The All Natural Pet, at 1351 E. Ribaut Road, provides human-grade pet food and treats, made locally, along with natural alternatives to pet care.

The veteran-owned business is opened 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

New home and gifts store opens in downtown Beaufort

A new home and gifts store has opened in downtown Beaufort.

Otis Dry Goods Co., on the corner of Carteret and Bay Streets, will bring a Southern California vibe to Beaufort and will feature “carefully curated items for interiors, lifestyles and scents,” according to a news release.

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