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UPDATED: List of Bryan County businesses opening today

POSTED: September 12, 2017 10:38 a.m.

Some businesses around Bryan County are beginning to reopen as power is restored. We'll continue to update this page as more information becomes available.

Fish Tales, which sustained visible damage by the Fort McAllister marina, reported that they will be open Tuesday night serving beer and limited mixed drinks. They do not have electricity at the moment.

Publix in Richmond Hill said they are open until 6 p.m. today.

An automated voice message at Kroger in Richmond Hill said the store was closed "due to circumstances beyond our control." It did not give an indication as to when it might reopen.

Food Lion is open.

Harveys in Pembroke is closed and still without power. They said they are in the process of getting rid of food that spoiled due to the power outage and would open on Thursday at the earliest.

Parker's and Clyde's are open, although neither is selling gas at this time. Clyde's said they are hoping to get gas this afternoon. Baldino's Subs inside Clyde's also is open.

The following have reported on our Facebook page and from the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce page that they are open. Contact these businesses on their websites or social media outlets for hours and more information:

*ExperCare Urgent Care in Richmond Hill.

*Owens Supply Company.

*Melody's Coastal Cafe.

*Perkins restaurant, off Highway 204 and I-95.

*Jeff's beverages.

*Love's Seafood will be open from 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

*McDonald's.

*Storage Depot -- customers can access their units.

*Kings of Steem.

*The Local on 17.

*Molly McPherson's at 5 p.m.

*The Ice Cream Shop

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