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Photographer See describes residency at Hub Bub

Dynamic photographer Lydia See spent 11 months as a resident at Hub Bub, the art mecca of South Carolina, where she detailed her experience on the city of Spartanburg's podcast.

Median crossing at Rivers Avenue, Dunlap Street temporarily closed for updates

A temporary closure is in effect as the Charleston County Transportation Development works on the Rivers Avenue at Ashley Phosphate Road Turn Lane Extension project, according to a press release on the North Charleston website.

Chamber accepts 57 into Leadership Greenville program

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has accepted 57 individuals into the 44th edition of its Leadership Greenville program.

Charleston Metro Chamber finalist for national award

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce was nominated for an award at the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Annual Convention in Nashville, Tennessee last month.

Expanded Charleston port to boost state's economy

The South Carolina Ports Authority has approved the expansion of Charleston's cargo port, with the Hugh G. Leatherman Terminal.

South Carolina Chamber leader opposes Trump's nominee for Ex-Im Bank

Ted Pitts, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, expressed great dissatisfaction with Scott Garrett becoming a nominee to be president of Export-Import Bank.

CEO of NEXT talks about upcoming Intercommunity Leadership Visit

John Moore, the CEO of Greenville community support group NEXT, spoke to the Greenville Chamber of Commerce about attending the highly anticipated Intercommunity Leadership Visit.

Aiken Chamber, Greater Aiken SCORE host free workshops for small businesses

The Aiken Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Aiken Chapter of SCORE have teamed up for a pair of August workshops for current and potential small-business owners.

Greenville Chamber calls nominee for Export-Import Bank 'concerning'

The Greenville Chamber finds President Donald Trump's nominees for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to be possibly beneficial to businesses, but finds his nomination of Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) for president of the Export-Import Bank to be potentially troublesome.

Spartanburg podcast promotes city's entrepreneurial growth

For one month, Betsy Sikma has served as the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce's Director of Entrepreneurial Development for the Economic Futures Group, and in that short time, she's already turning heads.

New plaza in West Greenville to serve as community gathering place

A new public plaza is under construction in West Greenville, between the Anchorage and Community Journals and will serve as an outdoor gathering place.

Farm Fresh Fast restaurant, meal-delivery program opens in Greenville

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has featured Farm Fresh Fast, a business new to the area, on a website post.

LifeQuest Swim & Fitness to host chamber networking event

LifeQuest Swim & Fitness is hosting the next Little River Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours networking event Aug. 15 from 4-6:30 p.m at 4390 Spa Drive in Little River.

Leadership Grand Stand chooses new class of community leaders

Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Grand Stand has picked its 38th class, which consists of 32 stellar business and community members.

Greenville Chamber spotlights Leadership Greenville alumna Johnson

Greenville Chamber of Commerce's website features an article about Leadership Greenville alumna Tammy Johnson, a successful entrepreneur.

Spartanburg considers property registry to combat blighted rental properties

Spartanburg City Council recently mulled plans to battle neighborhood blight and to deal with absentee landlords who do not take care of their properties.

Pro Towels chooses West Coast distribution specialist

Pro Towels has appointed West Coast Branded Solutions, a company based in California, to represent the brand in the Western states of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii.

Hatteras, Ocracoke evacuation order lifted after power is restored

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper encouraged visitors to return to Hatteras and Ocracoke islands after power was restored in the past few days.

Greenville's expanded trolley lines open

The City of Greenville recently hosted a kickoff celebration for the opening of the new expanded trolley system.

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