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Home-based business featuring macarons opens

A new home-based business featuring the French cookie, macarons, has opened in Beaufort.

Tout Sweet Macarons makes home-made macarons in a variety of flavors.

The confections can be found in local shops and at https://toutsweetmacarons.square.site. 

Charleston photography tour company opens Beaufort affiliate

A Charleston-based photography tour company specializing in landscape and nature photography tours, has opened a Beaufort affiliate.

Charleston Photography Tours has opened Beaufort Photography Tours. The company enables photographers of all levels to spend more time shooting photos and less time searching for locations.

Beaufort Photography Tours offers half-day and full-day tours in locations around Beaufort and throughout the Lowcountry. For more information visit www.BeaufortPhotographyTours.com.

Home care service company opens Port Royal office

A home care service company providing of non-medical home care services has opened an office in Port Royal.

FirstLight Home Care of Beaufort provides care to people who need companionship and help at home, including seniors, veterans, adults with disabilities and those recovering from illness, injury or surgery. FirstLight caregivers help with many needs including errands, transportation and household tasks to individual responsibilities like bathing and personal hygiene.

The Port Royal office is at 1 Professional Drive, Suite 2. For more information call 843-473-3145 or visit www.firstlighthomecare.com/home-healthcare-beaufort.

Barbers of the Lowcountry promotes Patrick “Paddy” Myers

Barbers of the Lowcountry has promoted Patrick “Paddy” Myers to senior barber, the highest level of employment at the barbershop.

A Spartanburg native, Myers, has worked for the Bluffton business for three years.

As a senior barber, Myers will take on a larger managerial role and will be responsible with helping the barbershop’s associate and intermediate barbers advance their skills.

Barbers of the Lowcountry is in Sheridan Park, in Bluffton, and is planning to open a second shop in Beaufort this March. For more information call 843-815-4423 or visit barbersofthelowcountry.com.

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