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Shelton to fill board slot on Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce

Kristyne Shelton, of the Aiken Board of Realtors, has been appointed to fill an unexpired Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce board vacancy created by the departure of by Charlie Hartz of Dunkin’ Donuts.

Koko FitClub opens second location in Mount Pleasant

Koko FitClub's Mount Pleasant location is now open in the Sweetgrass Corner shopping center.

Charleston's Glasgow to serve on executive board

Alex Glasgow, leadership programs director for the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, has been chosen to serve on the 2017 Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Board.

Is President Trump visiting Boeing's North Charleston plant this Friday?

An advisory issued by the Federal Aviation Administration has the Lowcountry abuzz over a possible visit from President Donald J. Trump to Boeing's facility in North Charleston, SC this Friday.

Aiken Chamber names Sullivan top ambassador for 2016

Gary Sullivan, owner and founder of TPi – Tyler Press, LLC,was named the Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Ambassador of the Year during January's First Friday Means Business breakfast.

Florist Tiger Lilly backs 'Chase After a Cure' with special arrangement

Florist Tiger Lilly in Charleston has selected “Chase After a Cure” to participate in its new Charity in Bloom program.

Bingham awarded South Carolina's highest civilian honor

Former South Carolina House Majority Leader Kenneth "Kenny" Bingham has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina's highest civilian honor, in recognition of his work and dedication to his constituents.

State Senate to hear bill on reauthorizing South Carolina Conservation Bank

The South Carolina Senate is set to vote on a bill seeking to extend a program that preserves the state’s natural resources by reauthorizing the South Carolina Conservation Bank.

Charleston chamber accepting Leadership Discovery applications

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for Leadership Discovery, a three-month program that begins in March and allows emergent business owners and community leaders to learn from experienced regional leaders.

M. Dumas & Sons celebrates century in Charleston with monthly events

Men's apparel store M. Dumas & Sons is celebrating 100 years in Charleston with specials throughout the year and a showcase April 20 featuring a full century of fashion.

CBRE coordinates lease of Browning Business Center

CBRE recently arranged the lease of the 26,960-square-foot Browning Business Center, located at 1628 Browning Road in the St. Andrews submarket, to Southeastern Institute, an educational institution.

At long last, Sgt. Jasper redevelopment project receives approval from Charleston BAR

After years of delay, it appears the historic Sergeant Jasper redevelopment project on the Charleston peninsula has been given the green light to proceed from the Charleston Board of Architectural Review (BAR).

Gowdy says Congress is retaking authority with bill to end "slush funds"

The House Judiciary Committee's passage this week of a bill to stop an Obama-era "slush fund" policy is nothing less than Congress taking back its constitutional powers lost over the last eight years, a South Carolina congressman who co-sponsored the legislation said during a recent interview.

Two days, two events and the future of Charleston's architecture

The way the city of Charleston looks in the future could be determined over the course of the next two days.

College of Charleston hosts German-American Business Summit

The College of Charleston hosted its first German-American Business Summit on Feb. 2 in the college's Stern Center Ballroom.

Charleston designated a Great American Defense Community

The Charleston region has been designated as one of the Great American Defense Communities by the Association of Defense Communities, according to the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.

Greenville Chamber kicks off 2017 Minority Business Accelerator program

The Greenville Chamber has added 22 new and sustaining participants for its 2017 Minority Business Accelerator program, including representatives of minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned businesses and businesses that operate in low- to moderate-income communities in upstate South Carolina.

Scott introduces educational opportunities bill in Senate

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) recently introduced his Creating Hope and Opportunity for Individuals and Communities through Education (CHOICE) Act.

Boeing launches 3rd satellite for Asian TV services provider

Boeing has placed a satellite built for ABS (Asia Broadcast Satellite) into commercial service, providing enhanced direct-to-home television services to customers in Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Russia, South Asia and South East Asia.

Palmetto Solar Pros' alliance with utility stays in place

Palmetto Solar Pros' bill credit agreement with South Carolina Electric and Gas has been extended for 10 years.

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