Fish market sports new nameSeafood of Harlem, formerly Inland Seafood, has changed its name. The fresh fish market at 159 Milledgeville Road, off Gordon Highway, is under the same management. Store hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays.
Historic Augusta recently received the Roger Warlick Local History Achievement Award for Affiliate Chapter of the Year by the Georgia Historical Society at the state's Local History Conference.
Thomson Roofing and Metal Co. has been recognized by Firestone Building Products of Carmel, Ind., as a recipient of the 2000 Master Contractor Award and Inner Circle of Quality Award for commitment to providing consistent, quality commercial roofing system installations.
Fitness Express For Women has opened a second location, in La Pavillion Shopping Center at 106 Pleasant Home Road, Suite 2D. The center's 30-minute workout studios are sponsored by PHC Weight Loss Centers. The second location is owned and operated by Elaine Foss.
Monetta Drive-In Theatre, which originally opened in 1951, will celebrate its sixth decade of operation March 3. It was reopened in 1999 by Richard and Lisa Boaz.