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#YeahTHATAgenda: Cantina 76 Now Serving Brunch, Domino's Fixing Simpsonville Potholes, Greenfield's in Greer, Clemson-Prisma Partner, Nuking the Moon

Feb 13, 2019 12:00PM ● By Chris Haire
Cantina 76 Debuts Brunch Menu in Greenville: When we last spoke with the gang at Cantina 76--the Columbia-based taqueria with outposts in Greenville, Mt. Pleasant, and Kiawah--they mentioned they were interested in expanding their Sunday brunch offerings at their Lowcountry spot. Little did we know, they had plans to offer it in Greenville. 

Starting this Sunday, Feb. 17, Cantina will debut their new brunch menu, with plans to offer the most important meal of the week every Sunday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

The brunch menu will feature two South of the Border staples--huevos rancheros, steak and eggs migas--in addition to avocado toast and chicken and waffles. They'll also be serving Bloody Marys and two mimosas, honeysuckle and peach.


Domino's Pizza plans to fix potholes in Simpsonville (Greenville News)

Greenfield's bagel and deli shop to open in Greer (Greenville News)

Snyder Electric property in downtown Spartanburg could be sold (Spartanburg Herald-Journal)

Why Mayor Tecklenburg has been unable to stop Charleston’s ‘hotelification’ problem (Charleston Post and Courier)

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin rocket company breaking ground on Alabama engine plant (The Birmingham News)

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Richard Hagins
US&S, Inc. 

After serving his country for 23 years as a U.S. Naval Officer and retiring with the rank of commander, Richard Hagins followed his entrepreneurial spirit and passion for service when founding US&S, Inc., previously Universal Supplies & Services, Inc., in 2003. US&S is a facility maintenance and support service provider specializing in operations and maintenance, repairs, renovation, janitorial, grounds maintenance, and professional services. US&S, Inc. was accepted into the Savannah River Nuclear Site Mentor-Protégé Program in 2018.

Hagins was recently named a participant in the St. Francis Forum, and elected the 2020 chairman of the board for the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.

Previously, Hagins was appointed by the governor as a state commissioner of minority affairs. In 2007, he served on the board of the S.C. State Port Authorities (SCSPA). Mr. Hagins was heavily involved in developing the board’s five-year strategic plan. Subsequently, he was elected treasurer of the SCSPA Board and became a member of the executive committee until 2011.

Additionally, he has served as programs committee chair of the Greenville Metro YMCA Board, board of trustees for the Blood Connection, chairman of the board for the Blood Connection, and chairman of the Hillcrest Hospital Advisory Board. He has served as a board member of the Mauldin and Simpsonville Area Chambers and chairman of the American and Red Cross Armed Forces Committee. Mr. Hagins is a Charter Member of 100 Black Men of the Upstate and a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He is also a member of the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation Board.