by: Tim Renaud
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Together with shortened retailer hours, Harris Teeter introduced to its e-VIC clients there can be no particular offers provided on Friday.
The specials, provided as a reward for being loyal customers, have been halted because of provide chain points and staffing shortages. They’re additionally involved about additional deliveries because of anticipated winter climate throughout a lot of the area.
“As everyone knows, we live in unprecedented instances on the subject of supplying our shops. Challenges with the provision chain have brought on main disruptions in our operations. Our vendor companions are additionally experiencing supply and staffing challenges, which ends up in a major lower in product availability for shops. Even unpredictable climate has made an impression, with winter storms disrupting and delaying product shipments to distribution facilities and shops,” the shop mentioned in its e-blast Friday morning.
It’s simply a number of the causes the grocery big mentioned it might not provide any e-VIC specials on January 14th, heading into a vacation weekend.
Harris Teeter mentioned they hope to renew providing the particular Friday offers on January 21st.
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BOILING SPRINGS, S.C. (WSPA) – With the winter climate coming, it could make take first responders longer to get to you. So, it is essential that you’re staying secure, particularly while you’re making an attempt to maintain heat.
Boiling Springs Hearth Chief Scott Miller mentioned they’ve doubled their staffing for the storm. Miller mentioned throughout these instances, they see a rise in home fires, hearth alarms, and carbon monoxide calls.
DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — An Amber Alert was issued Friday evening that was later canceled for a lacking boy from Durham.
The alert was issued simply earlier than 10 p.m. for 9-year-old Andrake Zacharich Paulk, in keeping with the North Carolina Division of Public Security.
GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Winter climate preparations are underway throughout the Upstate. In Greenville County, crews have been at work since earlier this week.
SCDOT crews have been pre-treating main roadways, like Interstate 385, since Wednesday and can proceed to take action over the subsequent 24 hours.