Business: Berry Shop N Go replacing former Circle K/Exxon store on Martha Berry near Summerville Park. ACC delays meeting, will review Brewhouse underage sales complaint in August. Wade C. Hoyt III resumes full-time practice.

Business: Berry Shop N Go replacing former Circle K/Exxon store on Martha Berry near Summerville Park. ACC delays meeting, will review Brewhouse underage sales complaint in August. Wade C. Hoyt III resumes full-time practice.

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A popular stop for residents of Summerville Park and commuters on Martha Berry Boulevard is returning soon with a new name.

The former Circle K/Exxon at 1501 Martha Berry closed in March, drawing considerable feedback especially for morning commuters who stopped in for coffee or other needs. Simple Kapoor was on the July 13 agenda of the Alcohol Control Commission for a beer and wine package permit to open Berry Shop N Go at that address. Kapoor did not attend but the ACC issued a temporary permit with Kapoor due back at the August meeting (more below) As signage says, the store is opening soon. Much of the new inventory already is on shelves.


City Clerk Joe Smith says the ACC will meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 5, combining the July and August meeting dates. One issue up for review: A server at Brewhouse Music & Grill has been accused of serving an underage patron, Smith says. A license review will be part of that August meeting.


The Hoyt Firm announces that former Floyd County Attorney Wade C. Hoyt III is back in the office full-time and is accepting new clients. The office is at 408 E. First St., Rome. Phone: 706-295-7804. Hoyt recently resigned as county attorney and has been succeed by Virginia Harman.
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