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Boeing expects need for approximately 1.5 million technicians and pilots by 2035

Boeing, which maintains a large manufacturing and assembly plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, recently published its "2016 Pilot and Technician Outlook" that estimates a need for approximately 1.5 million technicians and pilots during the next 20 years.

SC Arts Commission grants $3.1 million

Officials with the South Carolina Arts Commission recently awarded approximately $3.1 million in grants to artists, communities, schools, and art organizations throughout South Carolina for the fiscal year of 2017.

South Carolina June unemployment rate reaches lowest level since 2001

South Carolina's June unemployment rate hit its lowest level since July 2001.

Walmart Neighborhood Market sold in Myrtle Beach

Marcus & Millchap, a leading North American commercial real estate investment services firm, has sold a Walmart Neighborhood Market ground lease in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for a duration of 20 years. 

Boeing chooses Chief Technology Officer

Boeing recently announced that Greg Hyslop will become the new chief technology officer (CTO) in place of John Tracy, who first became CTO in 2006 and has spent a total of 35 years with Boeing.

M. Kevin Garrison chosen for 2016 Legal Elite of the Midlands award

Robinson McFadden has announced that Columbia Business Monthly has chosen shareholder M. Kevin Garrison for its 2016 Legal Elite of the Midlands award.

Katie Griffin joins Stantec’s Charleston office

Stantec’s office in Charleston, South Carolina, has officially welcomed Katie Griffin as its traffic engineering designer. 

Charleston lawyer chosen as 2016-2017 Public Justice President

Charleston lawyer Anne McGinness Kearse, a Motley Rice member attorney, was recently chosen as the latest Public Justice President for 2016-17.

North Charleston firm 2nd in asbestos filings for average number of defendants

Expert says focus remains on keeping plaintiffs' attorney from “double-dipping” on asbestos claims, often against one or two defendants

Marrington Middle names Dara Harrop principal

Marrington Middle School of the Arts in Goose Creek, South Carolina has announced that Dara Harrop has been named its new principal.

LS3P welcomes designer Molly Vaughan to Charleston office

LS3P has announced that Molly Vaughan has joined its Charleston office as a designer.

McKay partner joins two SC Bar committees

Kelli Sullivan, an attorney and partner at McKay, Cauthen, Settana, & Stubley, PA (The McKay Firm), was recently chosen to join the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee and the Lawyers Helping Lawyers Committee of the South Carolina Bar.

Trident Technical College gains financing for scholarship program

The Division of Continuing Education and Economic Development of Trident Technical College in Charleston, South Carolina recently received additional finances for its Workforce Pathways Scholarship program.

Brennan Investment Group names SVP of acquisitions for Carolinas

Brennan Investment Group recently chose John Culbertson to be the new SVP of acquisitions, where he will run industrial property investments in the Carolinas as well as the Port of Savannah, Georgia.

Daniel Island School chooses new principal

Officials at the Daniel Island School based in Daniel Island, South Carolina, recently chose Kori Brown as the school’s new principal beginning on Aug. 1.

NASS names Mark Hammond Business Services Committee co-chair

South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond has been selected by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) as the new co-chair of the NASS’s Business Services Committee for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

USC Upstate names Charles Love interim dean of School of Education

The University of South Carolina Upstate has named Dr. Charles Love as the new interim dean of the School of Education. 

Legacy of the half-cent: Boost in funding puts Charleston County at head of bike-friendly trend

When voters in Charleston County passed a half-cent sales tax increase in 2004, bike and pedestrian paths weren’t popular, Deputy Administrator of Transportation and Public Works Jim Armstrong said recently.

Gowdy signs on to bill targeting federal settlement ‘slush funds’

U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) added his name to 32 other co-sponsors of a bill aimed at stopping the Department of Justice (DOJ) from “funneling” settlement money to third parties.

Trident CEO Council Urges Charleston County Council to include 'some portion' of I-526 extension on proposed half-cent sales tax referendum

"We strongly believe I-526 needs to be dealt with -- it is a matter of WHEN, not IF, and would prefer that some portion of I-526 be included on the November Referendum," said the letter, signed by Tom Leonard, executive director of the Trident CEO Council.

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