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Ranger adds Randy Dobbs to board

Dobbs is currently senior operations exec with Welsh, Carson, Anderson and Stowe

URS acquires Charleston multi-family community Summit Place

URS Capital Partners said on Monday that it has acquired Summit Place, a multi-family community in Charleston. URS specializes in real estate investment and continues to work with private investors to reposition communities that had been under-managed or that had operational challenges.

Grand Bohemian Hotel holding hiring event Thursday

New hotel has 30 immediate part-time and full-time job openings available.

New staffers join SW+

Several new employees join Mount Pleasant office of landscape architecture and civil engineering firm

Occupancy, rental rates set records in Charleston

Central business district continues to be a focal point of the market.

Children's Museum of the Lowcountry names new executive director

Nichole Myles joins Charleston museum from the Putnam Museum & Science Center in Iowa.

CAP A launches 2nd fund

Closing on capital is anticipated this month for South Carolina's only committed capital venture fund

Blackbaud's CEO joins SnapCap's board of advisors

Blackbaud CEO Mike Gianoni will join the board of advisors for SnapCap, a web-based provider of alternative business loans based in Charleston, SnapCap said on Tuesday. SnapCap offers loans based on performance-based financing, focusing on the health of a business, not just the owner's credit score.

Compass Investment Advisors affiliates with North Carolina's IAA

The Independent Advisor Alliance (IAA), of Charlotte, North Carolina, said on Wednesday that it is now affiliated with Compass Investment Advisors, LLC, of Summerville, South Carolina, IAA said on Wednesday.

3D Systems introduces new water-soluble support material for Cube 3D printers

3D Systems (3DS) unveiled a new water-soluble support material on Tuesday, called Infinity Rinse-Away, for its Cube and CubePro 3D desktop printers. The new material enables more complex 3D prints featuring articulation, suspension and movement, thanks to its ability to dissolve in water.

USCB hosting summer institute for history educators

Program is part of federal grant awarded to Brent Morris, assistant history professor at the university.

Belmond Charleston Place promotes Breanna Emerson

Hotel names Breanna Emerson travel industry sales manager.

Dollar Tree opening new distribution operations in South Carolina

Dollar Tree Inc. has announced plans to open distribution operations in the Upstate Corporate Park, which is part of both Cherokee and Spartanburg counties in South Carolina.

Charzewski named fellow by South Carolina Arts Commission

Charleston-based artist Jarod Charzewski was recently named an Individual Artist Fellow in the visual arts category by the South Carolina Arts Commission.

NAI Avant marks 5 years in Charleston

This month marks the fifth anniversary of NAI Avant's Charleston, South Carolina location.

Sixt opening car rental branch to serve Charleston International Airport

Car rental company Sixt said Friday it plans to open two new locations - one to serve Boston Logan International Airport and one to service Charleston International Airport.

Avison Young represents landlord in leasing of N. Charleston office space

Jeremy Willits and Gerry Schauer of Avison Young Commercial Real Estate in CharlestonĀ  recently represented a commercial landlord in a real estate lease.

Community development grants awarded to 30 South Carolina communities

Thirty communities throughout South Carolina will be beneficiaries of public improvement projects that will be funded by more than $16 million in grants from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program of the South Carolina Department of Commerce.

Betsy Fanning takes over at Trident Academy

Fanning will serve as interim head of school specializing in ASD and dyslexia

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