Restaurant opening Nov. 19 in Clover

November 14, 2013 

Restaurant opening in Clover

Pop-Pop’s Blast from the Past malt shop-theme restaurant is opening at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 824 N. Main St.

The restaurant will serve pizza, grinders and sandwiches with dine-in, carry out and delivery available. Owners of the family-owned and operated shop are Tim and Sarah Harvell.

Tim Harvell said this is their first restaurant, though not their first business. He owns Harvell Construction.

“It’s just something we’ve always wanted to do,” he said of opening the restaurant. His grandchildren helped name the business.

They will hire about 10 employees, mostly family. A car enthusiast, Harvell plans to hold a cruise-in in the spring and fall.

Hours will be from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday.

For details, call 803-610-0022, or find more information on Facebook.

Florist shop holding open house

The Palmetto House Holiday Open House will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 21-22 at 306 N. Main St.

For more information, call 803-222-1125.

Comporium holds Fountain Park Place ceremony

Four months after its groundbreaking, Comporium on Monday celebrated the placement of the last steel beam at the construction site of its four-story professional office building called Fountain Park Place at the corner of East Main Street and Elizabeth Lane.

Comporium and Leitner Construction Co. had a 22-foot beam painted white; then asked the workers to sign it. Comporium President and CEO Bryant Barnes and city of Rock Hill Mayor Doug Echols completed the beam signing after addressing a crowd of nearly 60.

The only tenant that has been publicly identified is Morton & Gettys, a local law firm.

In addition to the construction of the park, the city also is building a parking deck with 194 spaces adjacent to the new professional office building. The city also plans improvements to public streets and sidewalks linking Old Town East to the heart of the Main Street business district.

For more information, visit

Holiday after hours event Dec. 2

The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce will hold its Holiday Business After Hours from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2 at Good Things Consignment and More, 104 S. Main St.

Sponsored by Good Things Consignment and More and Wells Fargo Bank.

Edward Jones to host open house

Robert Winkler, an Edward Jones financial adviser, will host a holiday open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the Edward Jones office at 128-A N. Congress St.

Lunch will be served.

In addition, Winkler is supporting the Toys for Tots holiday gift drive by using his office as a drop-off location. Local residents can help needy area children by bringing a new, unwrapped toy to the office during regular business hours now through Dec. 20.

Clover Vet taking pet food donations

Clover Vet will accept donations of pet food during November. These items will be taken to area assistance programs and distributed during the holiday season.

Assistance programs supply food and other items to more than 20,000 people in Western York County, but pet food and supplies can be overlooked.

Donations will be accepted at the Clover Vet, 1565 S.C. 557, Clover.

For more information, call Clover Vet at 803-222-7381 or Billy Bolin at 803-417-3145.

Siopa on Main plans holiday market

Siopa On Main in downtown Clover is hosting a Holiday Market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 21 at the shop, 112 S. Main St.

The organizers are looking for vendors of arts, hand crafted items, home decor and home-based businesses to participate. For details, contact Mary Goforth at 704-813-2882 or Andrea Meglii at 704-648-7600 or go to and complete the contact form.

Inman Farms to host Christmas event

Christmas in the Country hosted by The Market at Inman Farms, will be Saturday, Nov. 30 at the historic peach packing shed. The event will offer handmade gifts and items from local growers.

For details on the events, email, call 803-207-6682 or visit

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