Sonoco has purchased Peninsula Packaging Co., a maker of thermoformed packaging for fresh fruit and vegetables found in retail supermarkets.
The FDIC has approved CresCom Bank's application to merge with Greer State Bank.
Dawn Albright was appointed general manager of BJ's Wholesale Club's new store in Summerville.
Laura Cole has joined the staff as a sitter at Ultimate Pet Services.
J & K Home Furnishings will host the Little River Chamber of Commerce Business' After Hours networking event at its Little River location on April 18.
Dentists at Kool Smiles have provided $6.8 million worth of uncompensated dental care since 2006 for those who did not have access to Medicaid or other dental insurance.
Ian Scott has been named senior vice president of advocacy for the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.
PuroClean Disaster Restoration has been selected the March 2017 Small Business of the Month, according to the Greenville Chamber.
The Museum of Coastal Carolina recently presented a program on entitled "What's in the Water?" detailing how water pollution effects the organisms and vegatation that live in or near water.
Let People See, a video production company, recently moved to new offices, according to the Greenville Chamber.
While demand for dense developments provides the opportunity to break ground in new markets, there are unique challenges in doing so.
Roshon Bradley has been named interim principal of Sanders Clyde Creative Arts School.
Sonoco's 2016 Annual Report to Shareholders is now available on the company's website at www.sonoco.com.
The Ingram Planetarium will show “From Earth to the Universe" during April in an effort to better understand the universe through the theories of the ancient Greek astronomers up to today’s telescopes.
The Business Alliance for Protecting the Atlantic Coast recently elected its board of directors and officers.
A group of local parents is concerned about the placement of sexually explicit books at the Charleston Public Library's downtown branch "teen lounge" section, which is designed for children as young as 6th grade (11 years old).
The East Cooper Land Trust is looking to finance the Oakland Pipeline segment of a 1-mile public trail via donations.
The Greenwood Area Chamber of Commerce reported that 118,002 people visited South Carolina's Ninety Six National Historic Site in 2016, the National Park Service’s centennial year.
A new website, FollyBeach.com, has been established to provide local businesses, property owners and guests community news, events and destinations within Folly Beach.
Allocating $40 million for facility expansion, Chicago-based medical technology provider GE Healthcare recently announced plans for expanding MRI equipment manufacturing operations in South Carolina, creating 100 new jobs in the process.