For one month, Betsy Sikma has served as the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce's Director of Entrepreneurial Development for the Economic Futures Group, and in that short time, she's already turning heads.
The Greenville Chamber finds President Donald Trump's nominees for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to be possibly beneficial to businesses, but finds his nomination of Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) for president of the Export-Import Bank to be potentially troublesome.
A temporary closure is in effect as the Charleston County Transportation Development works on the Rivers Avenue at Ashley Phosphate Road Turn Lane Extension project, according to a press release on the North Charleston website.
Following a U.S. House vote last week, the U.S. Senate is in a position to pass a measure overturning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) rule to prohibit class-action waivers in virtually all financial consumer-service agreements.
Various organizations in North Charleston including the police department, local businesses and others who want to prevent local crime will come together on Aug. 1 for the 34th Annual National Night Out.
Every Republican member of the South Carolina Congressional delegation yesterday voted to pass a measure to overturn the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) rule to prohibit class-action waivers in virtually all financial consumer-service agreements.