FHL Bank Atlanta; Family Services, Inc.; and Operation Palmetto Employment have collaborated to host a comprehensive workshop that will cover a wide range of available services and programs that help support veterans and their families. The workshop begins at 10 a.m. on June 23 at Family Services, 4925 Lacross Road, First Floor Conference Room, in North Charleston, and aims to help veterans better connect with their local communities through these service opportunities.
The Cassina Group, a Charleston real estate firm, has opened its third office, located at 132 East Bay St. in downtown Charleston, adding to the company's existing locations at 309 Coleman Blvd. in Mount Pleasant and 69 Morris St. in downtown Charleston. “Our growth over the past few years has been significant and sustained. We attribute much of our success to our passionate and team-driven agents, as well as our supportive and loyal clients,” Cassina Group co-founder Jimmy Dye said.
Berkeley County School District in South Carolina is attempting to remove the gap between its teachers’ salaries and the compensation other districts offer by increasing the millage rate. “The compensation teachers receive in Berkeley County is significantly lower than that of surrounding districts,” Berkeley County School District Interim Superintendent Michael Turner said.
Cushman and Wakefield/Thalhimer said it recently sold a retail/flex property in Charleston. The facility is located at 1005 St. Andrews Boulevard. The building, which measures 7,354 square feet on 0.84 acres, was purchased by Savannah Office, LLC, for $550,000 from James Randall Frisch et al. John H. Tison of Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer brokered sale negotiations on the seller's behalf.
The eGroup, Technology Solutions for Serious Competitors, said on Wednesday that it has been named to the Channel Company's 2015 CRN Solution Provider 500 list. The annual list includes eight categories ranging from software sales to hardware to managed IT services. The purpose of the list is to recognize leading revenue-generating technology integrators, IT consultants, and MSPs based in the U.S.
Google’s CS First program originally started off in the Lowcountry of South Carolina before it rapidly spread around the world, with its curriculum's reach recently passing the 50,000-student mark, Google said on Wednesday.Google’s own program managers and teaching fellows created the computer-science curriculum.