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Trident CEO Council's new initiative aims to promote regional development

The Trident CEO Council has reaffirmed its commitment to regional progress with the launch of a new initiative that's designed to engage local, state and federal government officials on issues that will move the region forward.

South Carolina Seniors to Enjoy ‘Stable’ Drug Premiums Under Medicare Part D Program in 2016

BodyLowcountry seniors who take part in the popular Medicare Part D program have something to celebrate this week, as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that drug premiums in the program will likely remain stable over the next year.

Mike Sturkie joins MEDcare's executive team

South Carolina Army National Guard vet named company's physician recruiter and liaison

Island Links earns TripAdvisor accolades

Island Links Resort in Hilton Head, South Carolina, has earned TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for the fifth year running .

Registered Portable Monitoring opens in Summerville

Company provides in-home sleep testing studies and education.

Lee & Associates names new associate, broker

The Charleston, South Carolina, office of Lee & Associates welcomed Lindsey Halter as an associate and Chris Koepenick as a broker on Wednesday.

Rand Paul returns to the Lowcountry this week

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) will return to the Lowcountry this week as part of his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.

Senator Scott, U.S. Chamber, Respond to Proposed EPA Regulations

"The EPA’s final plan is unattainable, unachievable and unrealistic." - U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC)

KING Automation to expand

Industrial automation engineering firm KING Automation is expanding its Spartanburg County operations.

Avison Young reps negotiate lease in Easley

Avison Young, a Charleston, South Carolina-based commercial real estate firm, recently announced the details of their leasing negotiation in Easley, South Carolina.

First Reliance Bank announces second quarter income

For the quarter ending June 30, First Reliance Bancshares Inc. posted an income of $7 million -- as compared to an income of $372,331 for the quarter that ended on June 30 of last year.

Kevin Shea named Trident Health's chief medical officer

Officials for Trident Health Systems of Charleston, South Carolina, recently announced that Kevin Shea, M.D., has been chosen to be the company's chief medical officer.

The Brandon Agency acquires KMT Creative Group

Myrtle Beach-based The Brandon Agency, a privately held integrated marketing communications firm, recently acquired KMT Creative Group.

Tim Raber joins Colliers International

Tim Raber recently join the Charleston office of Colliers International as a brokerage associate.­­

SCRA completes Landfill Gas-to-Hydrogen project

Applied research corporation SCRA recently completed a Landfill Gas-to-Hydrogen project at the BMW Manufacturing Company’s facility in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Tecklenberg enters Charleston's mayoral race

John Tecklenberg, a Charleston businessman and former director of economic development for the city of Charleston, has formally filed for the 2015 Charleston mayoral election.

Charleston Metro Chamber names Honors Night finalists

Honor shines spotlight on nominees far beyond awards ceremony.

NAI Avant arranges building space sale

The sale of an industrial facility in Hanahan, South Carolina, was recently overseen by two senior brokers with NAI Avant Charleston -- Thomas Boulware and Dexter Rumsey.

Clemson board selects new officers, members

Two new officers and three new members were recently selected by the Clemson University Foundation Board of Directors.

Gerber Childrenswear building Berkeley County distribution center

Construction is underway on a Gerber Childrenswear, LLC distribution center in Berkeley County, South Carolina. The $33 million facility is expected to create 45 new jobs over the next five years.

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