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Greenville Chamber executive says election is chance for opportunity

In the wake of the U.S. presidential election and ensuing concerns about the nation’s political climate, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s vice president of diversity and inclusion Nika White recently outlined a way to meet the challenges of uncertainty.

Legal wranglings around Leatherman Terminal to be reviewed

Engineering firm claims it lost a six-figure contract due to the SPA's actions; SPA suing the firm for design flaws.

Sloan from Careteam+ honored with Pee Dee Award

Careteam+ Administrative Assistant received prestigious award for his outstanding performance in disease intervention.

Holiday Inn Express in Summerville reopens as Wyndham Garden

The former Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville has reopened as Wyndham Garden Summerville after a $2.5 million renovation.

Bintelli LLC expands Charleston County operations, adds jobs

Bintelli LLC, a manufacturer and distributor of mopeds, scooters and other electric vehicles. has expanded its Charleston County operations and is expected to generate 23 new jobs over the next five years.

Little River Chamber celebrates cops who shop for community

A tiny community recently issued big thanks to regional police for their donation to the community via a “Shop with a Cop” program, designed to delight over 50 children and their families during the holidays.

Carolina Park Elementary attendance zones released

Charleston County School District (CCSD) Constituent District 2 recently announced the 2017-18 Carolina Park Elementary attendance zone.

South Carolina's electoral voters cast ballots for Trump

South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond recently convened the 2016 Electoral College in Columbia.

State Treasury returns more than $170,000 in unclaimed funds

More than $170,000 in unclaimed funds was recently returned to its rightful owners in South Carolina.

U.K.'s Leisure Airline orders four Boeing Next Generation 737-800s

Boeing and U.K. Leisure Airline have finalized an order for four Next Generation 737-800s, valued at $384 million at current list prices.

Bonnaire to head quality and progress plan at Safran Landing Systems

Yannick Bonnaire has joined the Safran Landing Systems executive committee as head of quality and progress plan.

SBA loans now available to Hurricane Matthew flood victims

The U.S. Small Business Administration's federal economic injury disaster loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations of all sizes in Chesterfield, Dillon, Horry and Marlboro counties as a result of the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew that began in October.

Grant applications being accepted for mosquito control programs

South Carolina cities, towns and counties can apply for a grant through the end of this month to begin or improve their mosquito control programs.

Marcus and Millichap sells 165-unit apartment in Colombia

Marcus and Millichap, a commercial real estate investment services firm with offices throughout the United States and Canada, has sold the Jamestowne Apartments, a 165-unit apartment property in Columbia.

CompuCom moves global headquarters to Lancaster County

CompuCom Systems Inc., a technology infrastructure services company, is locating its new global headquarters operations in Lancaster County.

Restaurant mural remains as Mount Pleasant council considers sign ordinance

A stay has been placed on the removal of a striking mural on the side of a Mount Pleasant grill house while the town council decides whether the signage ordinance should be revised.

Economists say state's labor market has strengthened considerably

Steady economic gains are expected for South Carolina in 2017 despite the political uncertainty that comes with a new governor and new U.S. president.

Coats elected Region 2 Director of the state's School Boards Association

Cindy Bohn Coats, a Charleston County School District Board member, was elected as Region 2 Director of the South Carolina School Boards Association during the association’s annual Delegate Assembly in December.

Boeing starts final assembly of its 787-10 Dreamliner

Boeing in North Charleston has started final assembly of the first 787-10 Dreamliner.

Savannah River CEO speaks at Greater Aiken First Friday

Stuart MacVean, president and CEO of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC, spoke at the Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Means Business breakfast event Jan. 6.

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