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Enrollment opens for Greenville Citizens Fire Academy

Applications are being accepted for Greenville City Fire Department's (GCFD) free Citizens Fire Academy's seven-week program.

Innovation Challenge awards scholarships to young techies

Do you know a child that is very innovative and interested in building technology-based projects? If so, the upcoming Innovation Challenge is the competition to join.

Spartanburg podcast covers downtown development

The City of Spartanburg's latest podcast features a discussion about downtown development.

The Rutherford offers space for large and small events in Greenville

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently featured a writeup online about The Rutherford, the newest events rental space in town.

Special reception kicks off pastel art show at North Charleston City Gallery

Works from the Pastel Society of South Carolina will be shown at the North Charleston City Gallery Tuesday through Sept. 28, with a special ceremony and reception at the gallery Sept. 7 from 5-7 p.m.

SunTrust Foundation donates $20,000 to Youth Apprenticeship Program

The SunTrust Foundation helped kick off the fourth year of the regional Youth Apprenticeship Program by making a $20,000 donation, according to a press release from the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.

Charleston County School District elementary schools win arts grants

Two elementary schools within the Charleston County School District have won Distinguished Arts Program grants from the South Carolina Department of Education.

Waring to receive 'Big Joe' Leadership Award

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce has chosen Perry Keith Waring as the recipient of this year's Joseph P. Riley Leadership Award.

COMET Soda Cap Connector, Blythewood Express to launch Friday

The COMET's new Soda Cap Connector and Blythewood Express are launching in Columbia Friday with a kickoff press conference and ride-along.

Greenville Chamber congratulates 7 local Inc. 5,000 companies

Seven investment companies that are members of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce have been named to Inc. Magazine's 5,000 list for this year.

Recruiting Solutions transitions to larger Florence office

Staffing company Recruiting Solutions has moved its Florence office to a new location within the city.

Greenville Chamber to host daylong summit on diversity

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce will host its Diversity & Inclusion Summit on Oct. 17.

Columbia attorneys recognized by Best Lawyers

Five Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd attorneys have been named to the Best Lawyers publication's "Lawyer of the Year" list for Columbia.

Spartanburg City Council approves 3 development projects

A recent Spartanburg City Council meeting was busy, with council members approving three major developments and hearing opinions from residents on a proposed rental-property registry program, according to a press release on the city's website.

Rotary Club of Charleston among sponsors of this year's Black Ink Festival

Fifty black authors will attend an expanding festival of writing due to take place in Charleston next month.Hosted by the Charleston County Public Library, this year's Black Ink Festival has attracted authors from as far away as California, according to the organizers.

Recruiting Solutions ranks 7th on state's Best Places to Work list

Recruiting Solutions, a female-owned independent staffing and recruiting company, was named the seventh-best place to work in South Carolina in the small and medium business category during the South Carolina Chamber Best Places to Work awards ceremony.

Greenville Chamber helps call centers overcome talent shortage

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a roundtable discussion, sponsored by MAU Workforce Solutions to help call centers address issues facing one of the areas key industries: finding qualified talent.

Mt. Pleasant councilman eyes seat held by indicted state representative

Mt. Pleasant Councilman Mark Smith is gearing up for a run to take a seat in the state legislature, and it may be sooner rather than later if the embattled incumbent decides to resign.

Oil & Vinegar is Greenville's latest small business of the month

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has named Oil & Vinegar as its August Small Business of the Month.

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