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Merger between Coastal Carolina National Bank and VistaBank is completed

The merger between Coastal Carolina National Bank and VistaBank was completed Monday, according to CCNB parent company Coatal Carolina Banchares Inc.

Residents without power can use O2 Fitness Clubs' facilities

O2 Fitness Clubs in the Lowcountry have opened their doors for victims of Hurricane Matthew who do not have power or water to use their shower and bathroom facilities.

Bravo1 provides hospitality for first responders during Fall for Greenville

Bravo1 Protection will host a special Hospitality Area as part of Fall for Greenville for firefighters, law enforcement and EMS staff who have worked throughout the weekend.

Hilton Head Outpatient Surgery Center lists for $8 million

The Outpatient Surgery Center of Hilton Head is for sale from Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate investment services firm.

Venus Williams joins field for 2017 Volvo Car Open

Venus Williams has agreed to play in the 2017 Volvo Car Open on Daniel Island in Charleston April 1-9.

Sheehan joins Mashburn Construction

Teri Sheehan has joined Mashburn Construction as the human resource and accounting administrator.

South Carolina Business Review features Beach Co. CEO Darby

John Darby, president and CEO of the Beach Co., was featured on South Carolina Business Review, a business segment of South Carolina Public Radio.

Special Ops commander to speak at The Citadel

Gen. Raymond Thomas III, one of the top Special Operations commanders in the U.S., will speak to the South Carolina Corps of Cadets Greater Issues Series.

Mounir is Boeing's new vice president of sales and marketing

Boeing has promoted Ihssane Mounir to vice president of sales and marketing for commercial airlines.

Columbia firm named 2016 International PerfectCLEAN Professional Cleaner of the Year

The 2016 International PerfectCLEAN Professional Cleaner of the Year award by the Association of Residential Cleaning Services International was awarded to Ashley Boyd of Deserved Comfort Housekeeping LLC in Columbia.

Charleston firm chosen to design Trident Technical College's aero training center

LS3P and Lindbergh & Associates have been signed to fully design a new Aeronautical Training Center at Trident Technical College to train the next generation of aircraft and aircraft parts builders and designers.

Amgen CEO Bradway named new Boeing director

Robert Bradway, the CEO and chairman of global biotechnology company Amgen, has been named Boeing’s new director and elected to a board position.

Charleston Parks Conservancy highlights resiliency after Hurricane Matthew

Parks conservancy experts and horticulturists recently visited Charleston's parks, reporting that there was no major damage from Hurricane Matthew.

World Trade Center Charleston Export Program helps 25 local businesses

The World Trade Center Charleston Program, a new initiative to teach international trade to local businesses, has 25 companies in its program including Rewined, which sends handcrafted candles made from wine bottles to 40 countries.

Marcus & Millichap sells surgery center for record price

Commercial real estate investment services firm Marcus & Millichap has sold the Outpatient Surgery Center of Hilton Head for a record $8 million.

Biltch joins Murphy & Grantland as insurance attorney

The Columbia law firm of Murphy & Grantland P.A. recently welcomed Alexis Vitali Biltch as an associate attorney who will focus on insurance defense and insurance coverage.

Mt. Pleasant mayor puts forth a pro-business growth strategy

Announcements and events during just the past few weeks give just a flavor of Mount Pleasant’s approach to attracting and keeping businesses in the town.

Carolina Canners plans Chesterfield County growth

With $45 million invested and 40 new jobs planned, independent bottler and cooperative Carolina Canners Inc. is expanding its Chesterfield County operations, adding a high-tech addition to its existing facility on Highway 1 in Cheraw.

Report: Generic prescription drugs saved South Carolina $3.7 billion in 2015

Generic prescription medicines saved South Carolinians $3.7 billion in 2015, according to a report released this week by the Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA).

Mount Franklin Foods bringing 225 jobs to Sumter County

Mount Franklin Foods is opening operations in Sumter County, the South Carolina Department of Commerce announced, with a $10 million investment that is expected to create 225 new jobs.

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