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#YeahTHATAgenda: New Taylors Mill Coffee Shop, JM Smith CEO Resigns, BB&T Merger, Boeing Goes Supersonic, Magic Mushrooms

Feb 07, 2019 09:02AM ● By Chris Haire
New coffee shop and coffee roaster Junto Coffee is set to open tomorrow Friday, Feb. 8 at Taylors Mill: Service runs from 9 AM until 4 PM at the cafe located at 232 Mill St in Taylors.

Junto is run by Alex Medina, formerly of Coffee and Crema and the green importer Ally Coffee, and head roaster Connor Fagan. 

According to the coffee house's website, "Junto’s coffees are thoughtfully and responsibly sourced, inspected, and roasted. From the hands of farmers into our hands; from our hands to yours."

In addition to the cafe, Junto sells its coffees direct to the consumer and wholesale.

‘Legendary’ Columbia seafood market reopens after tragedy takes son (The State)

As longtime Charleston hardware store relocates, residents worry about changing peninsula (Post and Courier)

Hundreds more MOX workers issued layoff notices at end of January (Aiken Standard)

International Graduate Applications and Enrollments Continue to Decline at U.S. Institutions (Council of Graduate Schools)

The Push To Legalize Magic Mushrooms for Depression and PTSD (Wired)


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50 Most Influential
Rev. J. M. Flemming
NAACP Greenville Chapter

Rev. J. M. Flemming is the president of the Greenville chapter of the NAACP. He was first elected in 2013. Each year, the branch has focused on rebuilding the community, partnering with agencies, business, churches, organizations, schools, and other branches to draw us together as a collective community.

Focused on improving law enforcement relationship with the community, the annual agenda includes many meetings with law enforcement and government officials. The Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement committee has made positive differences in the Greenville community with the passage of state legislation for body camera for law enforcement.

Over the last six years, Flemming has included historical recognition of Greenville’s true civil and social rights leaders. The annual Freedom Fund Banquet booklet has historical up-to-date tributes to civil rights activists of the 1960s, Black educators before integration, Blacks who made history in Greenville, social justice organizations, human services agencies, and veterans.