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Generation Chiropractic uses neurologically based care at new practice

Generation Chiropractic is now accepting patients at its new office located at 579 Haywood Road in Greenville.

Florence to host South Carolina AgriBiz and Farm Expo

The South Carolina AgriBiz and Farm Expo will be held Jan. 11-12 at the Florence Civic Center.

Director of Insurance reaches out to South Carolina drivers

South Carolina's Director of Insurance Ray Farmer has asked drivers to follow several simple safety rules to protect themselves and the other drivers on the highways of South Carolina.

Palmetto Health offers free smoking-cessation program for New Year's

Adult residents of Fairfield, Lexington, Richland and Sumter counties are eligible for a free smoking cessation program offered by Palmetto Health.

The Beach Co. shares multifamily development trends for 2017

The Beach Co. Vice President of Development Dan Doyle presented four trends in multifamily development for the new year.

Columbia Chamber to recognize winners of Yellow Jasmine Awards

The Columbia Chamber of Commerce has named the recipients of awards that will be handed out at its 3rd Annual Yellow Jasmine Awards Feb. 7 at the Columbia Marriott.

Boeing celebrates 500th delivery of 787 Dreamliner

Boeing has reached another milestone in the company’s history as the aircraft manufacturer delivered the 500th 787 Dreamliner to Avianca with the transfer of a 787-8.

Ebtron expands Horry County operations, plans 100 new jobs

Ebtron, a company that designs and manufactures airflow measuring devices, is expanding its Horry County operations in a move that will create 100 new jobs over five years.

ProBrass plans new Clarendon County operation

Rifle cartridge case manufacturer ProBrass Inc. is preparing to launch facilities in Clarendon County, having recently invested $40 million in property and equipment to create over 70 new jobs in Summerton starting in early 2017.

South Carolina sued over telemedicine eye exam ban

A company that wants to provide online eye examinations is suing South Carolina after the legislature overwhelmingly voted to ban the practice in the state.

Outgoing Charleston Metro Chamber Chairman Scott Woods says collaboration is key

Woods will formally pass the chairman’s gavel to incoming Board Chairman Patrick Bryant at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting in early February.

Weaver Construction Services supports homeless shelter

Weaver Construction Services is giving back this holiday season by helping a local shelter prepare for shed and playground installation.

Burroughs Elijah opens new office in downtown Greenville

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently congratulated Burroughs Elijah LLC on its new office at 300 E. Coffee St. in downtown Greenville.

Senate approves bill that includes deepening Charleston Harbor

The U.S. Senate recently passed the Water Infrastructure Improvement for the Nation Act (WIIN), which includes Congressional authorization for the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project.

SunTrust donates $30,000 to Charleston Youth Apprenticeship Program

SunTrust Bank recently made a contribution to the region’s Youth Apprenticeship Program. The company’s Region President and CEO Mark Lattanzio presented the $30,000 donation to the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.

Techtronic to invest $75 million in South Carolina, creating 250 jobs

Techtronic Industries is expanding its Power Equipment Group’s operations in Anderson County with a $75 million investment that is expected to create 250 new jobs in the upstate over the next several years.

FEMA has grant opportunities for local governments

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has two grant opportunities for local governments in the form of the FY2016 Program to Prepare Communities for Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks and the Emergency Food and Shelter Program.

Inspection completed on current site of Port Authority offices

Lowe Enterprises has completed the inspection period review for property on the site of the South Carolina Ports Authority offices and Fleet Landing Restaurant.

Berkeley County schools to host student career fair

Berkeley County School District is hosting a career conference for high school students Jan. 7.

17 St. Johns High students earn hospitality certificates

St. Johns High School's 17 students enrolled in the Hospitality and Tourism Program have earned their Guest Service Professional Certification from the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute.

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