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Charleston Chamber notes economic impact of port enhancements

The Metro Charleston Chamber of Commerce says the expansion of the Charleston Harbor’s shipping channels will positively impact the state's manufacturing sector.

Nexsen Pruet recognized by Law360

Legal industry publication Law360 recently spotlighted "The 11 Firms GCs Love for Banking Work."

Ziff to open self-storage business in re-purposed retail center

A retail center in Chattanooga, Tennessee owned by Ziff Properties Inc. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, will be redeveloped as a self-storage facilities business.

Charleston business leaders glean information from Seattle visit

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce announced that 71 business leaders have returned from the 2016 Metro Leadership Visit that took place in Seattle.

Talley unseats Bright in District 12 runoff election

Earlier this week, former State House Rep. Scott Talley unseated incumbent State Sen. Lee Bright in the Senate District 12 Republican primary runoff.

Changes coming for SCFOR management

Changes are afoot within the South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads (SCFOR).

Fixed price option approved by Santee Cooper for units at V.C. Summer Nuclear Station

Santee Cooper announced that its board of directors has authorized an option that will fix costs associated with completing two units at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station.

Goodwill Industries opens new headquarters in Midlands

Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina opened its new Midlands headquarters this week.

South Atlantic Bank building new Mount Pleasant headquarters

South Atlantic Bank will soon be headquartered at a new space on Johnnie Dodds Boulevard in Mount Pleasant.

Legacy of the half cent: Bumpy funding road for a smoother, wider Johnnie Dodds Boulevard

Roughly 15 years ago, the widening of Johnnie Dodds Boulevard in Mount Pleasant was a “priority” with no foreseeable future, but today it stands as something of a testament to the power of local action, according to Jim Armstrong, the Charleston County deputy administrator of Transportation and Public Works.

College of Charleston seeking new athletics director

The Cougar athletics program at the College of Charleston will soon be under new leadership.

Scott introduces bill to protect national park areas

In an effort to protect national parks in South Carolina's Lowcountry region, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) has authored and introduced The Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Park Act of 2016.

Kraemer Women's Center moves to Clemson Road office

Through a transaction headed by NAI Avant senior broker Nick Stomski, Kraemer Women's Care will now operate from a 3,280-square-foot modern medical building at 460 Clemson Rd., Charleston, South Carolina.

Customer service line set up for customers, businesses effected by North Main Street project

A road project on Columbia, South Carolina's North Main Street is expected to continue through March, prompting officials at South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G) to set up a toll-free customer service line to keep residents and commuters informed of progress.

Palmetto Health hospitals honored by American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology

For efforts to give heart failure patients the best treatment, Palmetto Health Richland and Palmetto Health Baptist in South Carolina were recently honored by the American Heart Association (AHA) and American College of Cardiology.

Petco opening Lexington location

A new Petco in Lexington, South Carolina is one of five the company will open this month across the United States.

Regional HealthPlus joins WellCare of South Carolina's provider network

Regional HealthPlus has joined health plan WellCare of South Carolina's provider network for Medicare and Medicaid.

Andrews to serve PSOW as alumni and external affairs specialist

A new member has joined the management team at The Protocol School of Washington (PSOW), the nation's sole accredited business etiquette and international protocol school.

Charleston Metro Chamber hosting series of summer events

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce is planning several summer events to provide attendees opportunities for networking and business development.

Mini Storage for Less sold

Anderson, South Carolina-based Mini Storage for Less has been sold.

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