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Owner worked to save eatery

...restaurant will not reopen, and the building will be put up for sale, the owner said Tuesday. Augusta restaurateur Jim Heaney closed the Washington Road establishment Monday after more than a decade in operation. He cited weakening sales brought...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/29/bus_367100.shtml
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...Augusta-North Augusta area (www.augustarotary.com), recognizes the following club member as Rotarian of the Week: JIM HEANEY OCCUPATION: retired Burger King franchisee CLUB: Martinez-Evans OFFICES: President-elect 2008-09, board member...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/03/23/yrb_515589.shtml
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Used-car dealer moving to new site in Augusta

...pre-owned cars on the one-acre parcel previously occupied by a Burger King. The property's owner, Augusta restaurateur Jim Heaney, said he decided to lease the land to avoid a costly renovation of the Burger King building, which is about 20 years...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/10/bus_347624.shtml
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Firm puts prints on checks

...several local businesses, including grocery stores and restaurants. "You can only get burned so many times," said Jim Heaney, owner of Damon's restaurant on Washington Road, who said he lost about $1,000 in revenue to bad checks last year...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/09/bus_241314.shtml
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Retro rides

...well as manufacturers because neither offer specials or rebates, at least during the first couple years of production. Jim Heaney recalls paying $1,000 over list price when he purchased a new PT Cruiser two years ago as a delivery vehicle for his...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/24/bus_360284.shtml
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Legislature OKs cut in jobless tax

...history can end up paying high rates. Augusta restaurateur Jim Heaney said he ended up paying $40,000 in unemployment taxes...history can end up paying high rates. Augusta restaurateur Jim Heaney said he ended up paying $40,000 in unemployment taxes...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/23/met_257008.shtml
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Dirt's no longer cheap

Local restaurateur Jim Heaney would have liked to buy property at Augusta Exchange, the city's hottest retail destination during the past three years. His...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/02/07/bus_281777.shtml
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Martinez-Evans Rotary Club handed out dictionaries to children at South Columbia Elementary School as part of its literacy project. Pictured are Lisa Reeder (from left), the principal; Sandra Carraway, the deputy superintendent; Ricardo Bravo, Rotary Club president; Mandy Lombardo; and Jim Heaney, the club's president-elect.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/07/13/yrb_540478.shtml
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