West Ashley High School recently honored all graduating seniors accepted into a higher education or military program at its second College Decision Day.
$600,000 and 10 new jobs. That's the promised first-year result of Fitness First USA's move to Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Will the president’s decision truly have a drastic impact on the Lowcountry? "No way," said Dr. Jay Lehr, the science director at The Heartland Institute, a 32-year-old national nonprofit research and education organization.
Quality Business Solutions of Travelers Rest has been named the May Small Business of the Month by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce congratulates the individuals who completed its intensive Leadership Greenville program this year.
Sixty-seven literacy coaches from the Charleston County School District recently received certification from the University of Florida’s Lastinger Center during a celebration to honor the coaches, hand out certifications and offer participants a chance to share what they've learned during the process.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and the United States Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the University of South Carolina’s SC Cyber to host a cyber security summit for businesses.
The Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd's Florence shareholder John Scott has graduated from this year's Leadership South Carolina program.
Greenville Chamber has hired a Business Advocacy intern to assist in research in other daily tasks in the office.
The Trump Administration is set to bring the Atlantic coast one step closer to energy exploration and development, as the National Marine Fisheries Service is expected to request five Marine Mammal Protection Act permits for companies to engage to seismic testing to determine how much oil and natural gas reserves exist in the Atlantic Outer-Continental Shelf (OCS).
The PURE Group of Insurance Companies, including the Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange, is expanding its excess and surplus PURE programs line into South Carolina for homes insured for $1 million or more.
The law firm Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A. has won a number of honors in the 2017 Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business publication.
Greenville-based Southern Tide plans to open three new signature stores in North Carolina in the coming months, with Raleigh and Asheville locations opening in summer and a Wilmington location opening in fall.
The Wall Fellows, a student group from the E. Craig Wall Senior College of Business at Coastal Carolina University, visited the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors in London, thanks to the CCU's Grant Center for Real Estate and Economic Development.
Millennials are facing more challenges than ever, including where to live.
Blackbaud, a cloud software company powering social good, has entered into a new $700 million credit agreement that includes a $300 million senior secured term loan and a $400 million revolving credit facility.
"National Safety Month," as June has been labeled, sees much improvement needed across the entire U.S., which received an infrastructure rating of D+ in 2017 by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Charleston County Council has hired its first female county administrator.
Members of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce recently met with bank leaders and staff from several congressional offices about frustrations over Dodd-Frank banking regulations.
The Beach Company’s vice president of development, Kevin O’Neill, recently wrote an article for Multifamily News about building on wetlands.