Wagner Wealth Management recently expanded its operations to Atlanta, Georgia by hiring Robert Goggin to be the firm’s first financial advisor to be based in that city.
A team of Stantec employees in Charleston recently helped to make the firm’s fourth annual day of global volunteerism a success by traveling to James Island and reestablishing oyster reefs.
Groundwater permit could take countless gallons from drinking water source, Mt. Pleasant councilman says
Mt. Pleasant Councilman Mark Smith, chairman of the city's Water Supply Committee and Ex-Officio Mt. Pleasant Waterworks Commissioner, recently came out against the granting of a groundwater permit.
The YMCA of Columbia recently announced that it has hired Ilia Owens to be its new Community Wellness Director, overseeing the LIVESTRONG program for cancer survivors and the Diabetes Prevention Program.
Charleston BAR, The Beach Company demonstrate collaboration via 'courtesy review' process of Sgt. Jasper project
The "courtesy review" process between the BAR and The Beach Company in line with call for collaboration by many local leaders.
Inc. Magazine recently announced its 35th annual Inc. 5000 publication, which is a prestigious list of the fastest-growing private companies within the U.S.
Volvo Car Open, one of the biggest women-only tennis tournaments in the world, recently made a wide-ranging media rights agreement with the Tennis Channel for the next eight years.
SpiritLine Cruises recently announced that it plans to upgrade various parts of its service to better meet the demands of the growing tourism industry based in Charleston, South Carolina.
Balancing infrastructure needs, growth while maintaining heritage is SC's 'biggest challenge,' business leader says
Developing infrastructure while balancing growth with maintaining South Carolina’s unique heritage are among the state’s biggest challenges, one of Charleston’s most prominent business leaders said.
Over 600 miles of road resurfaced since the tax was enacted.
Boeing recently announced that Jim Chilton, a long-time employee at the company, is the new Network & Space Systems (N&SS) businesses president, starting on Oct. 21.
Ziff Properties, Inc. recently announced that it has closed on the sale of multiple properties in South Carolina, including Lanier Plaza, Lancer Center, and The Village at Myrtle Grove.
The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll recently included The Citadel in its list of the top five universities and colleges for the General Community Service category.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently announced that it has hired Andrea Mock, an Emmy-winning journalist, to be the Associate VP of Communications and Public Relations.
Ultrafab Inc., an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of weather seals, recently expanded its current operations in Greenville County, investing over $2 million in capital improvements.
John A. “Jay” Jones, a special counsel at Barnwell Whaley in Charleston, recently announced that he has accepted an invitation to be part of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC).
Add Teaser herOn Wednesday, House Bill 5303, The Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2016, passed in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 399-25, moving the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project closer to fruition.
Long tied up in the courts, Charleston's Sgt. Jasper redevelopment project earlier tonight advanced through a collaborative exchange between the property's owner and the city's Board of Architectural Review (BAR).
The City of Columbia’s Customer Care Center has established hours of operation that took effect Sept. 29.
Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) wants to know whether the U.S. Department of Defense violated federal law by spending federal monies "surveying potential sites in three states for the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees."