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Sticker shock: Which U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

Residents in South Carolina face some of the steepest cost of attending in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Wood floor manufacturer moves into new Aiken County facility

Stephen Gamble Historic Floors and Finishes will be opening its new facility in Aiken County.

BJ's Wholesale Club donates $10,000 to food bank

The Lowcountry Food Bank recently received $10,000 in donations from BJ’s Wholesale Club, a company that plans to launch its first store in South Carolina in 2017.

AT&T launches ultra-fast internet in Charleston area

Parts of South Carolina -- including the Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Summerville areas -- have recently seen the launch of AT&T’s ultra-fast internet service.

Rep. Jeff Duncan rips Obamacare following Aetna's partial exit from ACA marketplace

Health insurance giant Aetna recently announced that it would stop offering insurance plans in the Obamacare marketplace in 11 of the 15 states in which it currently operates, beginning in 2017.

New Dale Carnegie Training location opens in North Charleston

Clients in the Charleston and Columbia, South Carolina areas will now have access to Dale Carnegie Training with the opening of a new franchise owned by Ingrid Tugwell and Herbert L. Drayton III.

Export-Import Bank funding paramount to South Carolina economy, expert says

The Export-Import Bank of the United States’ (Ex-Im) long-term reauthorization is necessary for large companies such as General Electric and Boeing to continue to drive South Carolina’s economy, a World Trade Center Charleston official said.

Graham introduces bill to bolster university engineering programs

25 schools would receive $20 million under Manufacturing Universities Act

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