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SC veteran leader challenges Post & Courier coverage of offshore energy issues

A South Carolina veteran leader has strongly disputed a claim made in a Post and Courier article that seismic testing used in offshore drilling off South Carolina’s coast disrupts marine life.

Rebuild Upstate, SENIOR Solutions enter into partnership

Senior Citizens in Anderson and Oconee counties in South Carolina will have easier access to get emergency and long-term repair projects done on their homes thanks to a collaboration between Rebuild Upstate and SENIOR Solutions.

Sheriar Press honored with 39 PICA awards

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's Sheriar Press recently garnered 39 honors at the Printing Industry of the Carolina's (PICA) 2015 awards competition, including 18 Best of Category Awards, 14 Special Judges Awards and five Awards of Excellence, as well as the President’s “Our Story” for the College of Charleston and tying with Salem 1 of Winston-Salem, North Carolina for the Gutenberg “Most Best of Category Wins” awards.

South Carolina Department of Commerce's Office of Innovation launches online innovation hub

An online innovation hub has been launched by the South Carolina Department of Commerce's Office of Innovation.

SCDOT crews, SC Secretary of Transportation garner honors

The use of recycled materials for road repairs was a major factor in the South Carolina Department of Transportation's (SCDOT) two recent awards from the Asphalt Recycling and Reclaiming Association (ARRA) and the Asphalt Pavement Alliance.

Dig South, SyntaxCon coming to Charleston

Tuesday marked the kick-off of Dig South, a two-day gathering of representatives from technical and creative companies from across the Southern United States.

Higher density developments reduce transportation costs, traffic congestion, says study

The growth of Charleston, South Carolina in recent years has given rise to emerging real estate that offers more convenient accommodation and lifestyle options for communities.

Flores tapped to lead South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

Dr. Hector E. Flores has been tapped as the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics’ new president.

Scott unveils Investing in Opportunity Act

The senator's new bill seeks to assist economically distressed communities.

75 students earn Accelerate Greater Charleston Scholarships

Charleston Metro Chamber awards scholarships to students headed to Trident Technical College

New attorneys join Parker Poe in Greenville

Two new attorneys are on the job at the Greenville, South Carolina office of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP.

Reliable Sprinker to expand Pickens County operations

Expansion of Liberty's Reliable Sprinkler will create 100 new jobs

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