Civil and structural engineers and bridge inspectors are needed to volunteer for the fourth annual Bridge Walk for local high school students taking engineering courses.
This month’s Columbia Chamber Partner of the month is Babcock Center, which has proved to be dedicated to many Chamber committees and events.
In response to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Charleston County School District issued a memo on behalf of its Security and Emergency Management on the day following the tragedy.
Parent University will host "Raising Successful Children in the 21st Century.”
The Kolache Factory recently opened its newest bakery/café in Powdersville at 3609 Highway 153, between the Spinx gas station and Miracle Hill Store.
Ultimate Pet Services and Pet Sitters International are educating owners about reputable, professional pet sitters through the Get A Real Pet Sitter campaign.
The Columbia Chamber created the Partner of the Month initiative to highlight Chamber partners who help promote a positive business environment through “community involvement, local leadership efforts and utilization of Chamber partnership.”
Carolina’s Rigging & Crane and Charleston’s Rigging & Marine Hardware are expanding their services in two South Carolina counties.
In honor of Black History Month, the Cultural Arts Department of North Charleston showed a Children’s Theater performance on Feb. 2.
The Greenville Chamber Minority Business Accelerator has accepted 20 participants into the 2018 program.
South Carolina received high marks for laying early foundations and equity on spending, but badly on the actual amount spent and K-12 achievement.
The South Carolina Emergency Management Division hosted AFTER MATTHEW: A Disaster Recovery Workshop for Coastal Businesses on Jan. 26 in Myrtle Beach.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated Samsung’s grand opening in Newberry, South Carolina.
Spartanburg Mayor Junie White and Council members Erica Brown and Jerome Rice have been sworn in for new terms.
The Spartanburg City Council approved an ordinance allowing limited use of LED digital for city businesses and institutions.
A successful bus rapid transit system (BRT) is critical to reducing traffic throughout the region, according to Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg.
Charleston County School District voting on three academic calendar options for the 2018-2019 school year closed Jan. 22.
Kaylee Swanson, director of group sales for the Columbia Fireflies, recently reflected on her experience as a Columbia Chamber of Commerce diplomat.
As work continues on a 280-acre container terminal in North Charleston's port, those close to the project are predicting a significant boost to the region's economy.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce released a statement following the Senate Banking Committee’s vote to oppose Scott Garrett’s nomination to lead the Export-Import Bank.