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Foes on the field – partners in research

Clemson Tigers will face Ohio State Buckeyes in Fiesta Bowl; rivalry ends when the teams leave the gridiron.

Columbia holds special election to fill council seat

Columbia's Municipal Election Commission will hold a non-partisan special election Tuesday to fill the District 4 council seat. 

Professional photographer scouts Aiken for movie locations

Horse culture, picturesque community and quality of life has potential to draw movie industry to Aiken.

Aiken Young Professionals enters its 10th year

The Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce will mark the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Aiken Young Professionals (AYP) with the 2017 theme "Get Connected," which ties in with the communitywide "Connect Aiken" campaign.

Winthrop Family Foundation awards $60,000 in grants to area nonprofits

The Winthrop Family Allendale/Hampton Fund of Coastal Community Foundation has presented $60,000 in grants to various nonprofits that serve residents of Allendale and Hampton counties.

Renaissance art techniques featured in College of Charleston course

The College of Charleston recently scheduled an art history course that examines materials and techniques of Renaissance art via hands-on learning.

Koko FitClub now open in downtown Charleston's Cigar Factory

Koko FitClub is officially open in downtown Charleston's Cigar Factory on East Bay Street, just in time for post-holiday workouts.

Chamber of Commerce presents webinar on FLSA changes

The Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently presented its second Rules of Business Webinar focusing on Fair Labor Standards Act changes.

Applications available for Leadership Discovery program

Applications open in January for Leadership Discovery, a skills-based program that will allow emergent business owners and community leaders to learn from experienced regional leaders, build strong peer relationships, establish community connections and hone valuable leadership skills in an accelerated team-based program.

Attendance zone finalized for the new Carolina Park Elementary School

Officials have finalized the attendance zone for the new Carolina Park Elementary School for the 2017-18 school year.

SC Ports Authority moves record volume in November

South Carolina Ports Authority reported its strongest November container volumes on record, handling 175,217 20-foot equivalent units in November, a year-over-year increase of 14 percent.

William Means' top broker Grossklaus elected to CTAR board

Drew Grossklaus, sales director and broker-in-charge of William Means Real Estate’s East Cooper office, has been elected to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors board of directors.

Palmetto Health provides Christmas meal fixings to 380 seniors

Palmetto Health nursing staff recently provided 380 residents of the senior highrises at the Columbia Housing Authority with the fixings of a hot meal for Christmas.

Calhoun Honors College at Clemson listed among nation's Top 10 honors colleges

The Calhoun Honors College at Clemson University is ranked as one of the top 10 honors colleges in the United States by Public University Honors.

Bintelli expands operations in Charleston County

Bintelli recently expanded its Charleston County operations, which will lead to the creation of more than 20 new jobs over the next five years.

Clemson biopharma researchers first to receive federal funding

A $70 million grant to researchers at Clemson University is expected to foster economic development and keep the U.S. biopharmaceutical industry at the forefront.

Clemson ranks 24th on Kiplinger’s list of best college values

Climbing from a No. 41 ranking just five years ago, Clemson University was ranked 24th on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine list of 2016 best public college values in America.

CBRE to market $8.35 million industrial facility for Hubbell Lighting

South Carolina-based Hubbell Lighting has hired CBRE to market its industrial facility in Cowpens.

NexGen Composites to launch new facility in North Charleston

NexGen Composites LLC, a manufacturer of composite structural panels, is launching its first Charleston County operation in North Charleston.

Choate Construction becomes 100 percent employee owned

One of the largest southeastern construction companies transferred ownership to its employees last week via an ESOP.

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