Garnering praise from The Citadel for its deep level of local involvement, Charleston County School District’s after-school enrichment offering, the “Kaleidoscope” program, recently scored a 2017 South Carolina Engaged Community Partner Award from the institution.
Pledging that all children can learn and that teachers must provide tools for success, experienced instructor Elizabeth Nicodin recently earned a promotion to the position of principal of Oakland Elementary School in Charleston.
A lighter, brighter Salvation Army Family Store welcomes Greenville customers as staff celebrates the facility’s first face lift in 23 years — thanks to the benevolence of Fluor Corp., a nationwide engineering construction firm with a local branch.
Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce advocacy team member George Ramsey recently earned the distinction of Honorary Commander through Joint Base Charleston’s Honorary Commanders program, which forges connections between the local military and civilian communities.
The outcome of any 911 call lies partly in the hands of unseen emergency dispatchers and call-takers — who will be honored during Charleston County’s National Telecommunicator Week April 9-15 within its month-long public awareness campaign.
County residents can collectively celebrate Earth Day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at North Charleston’s Riverfront Park, the jurisdiction’s 18th annual popular observance of a worldwide day dedicated to environmental awareness.
Charleston runs the risk of economic stagnation if it follows the example of other once-dynamic regions, such as Manhattan and San Francisco, by passing overly strict land-use regulations, author and economist Tyler Cowen said.
Allocating $40 million for facility expansion, Chicago-based medical technology provider GE Healthcare recently announced plans for expanding MRI equipment manufacturing operations in South Carolina, creating 100 new jobs in the process.