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Some in Congress express concern over AAR Airlift Group contract

Some members of Congress are questioning the ability of an aviation contractor to carry out its mission to transport diplomats, representatives and cabinet members into and around areas of conflict.

Wilson silent on DynCorp's allegations against AAR

DynCorp, which has a location in Goose Creek, is one of the many entities that has voiced concerns with AAR, which holds a valuable contract for the transportation of U.S. diplomats, cabinet members and representatives to high-security parts of the world.

AAR Airlift chairman refutes safety allegations

Palmetto Business Daily's recent article on the DynCorp and AAR Airlift dispute has ruffled the feathers of the latter, prompting a letter in which the chairman of AAR dismissed allegations of his company's wrongdoing while highlighting errors he claims his competitor has made.

Greenville deems October ‘Try Transit Month’

To raise public perception about the advantages of using public transportation, the city of Greenville has designated October as “Try Transit Month,” complete with special events and highlighted by Fare Free Friday on Oct. 27.

Concerts, cuisine spice up Greenville’s ‘taste of town’ Oct. 13-15

BB&T Fall for Greenville will sponsor its annual "A Taste of Our Town," its traditional downtown celebration with entertainment and food, with 2017’s event slated for Oct. 13-15 featuring vendors and musicians galore.

Greenville Chamber to host annual diversity and inclusion event

Deeming diversity and inclusion important to leadership, professional development and personal growth, Greenville Chamber plans its first Diversity and Inclusion Summit from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 17 at the TD Convention Center.

Analysis shows denser mixed-use developments boost tax base amid economic growth

Maximizing and mixing land use greatly increases the tax generated per acre, an analysis that boosts the argument for denser developments in the fast-growing Palmetto region reveals.

Charleston community leaders shine at chamber's Honor's Night

The most influential leaders in the community were honored at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce's Honor's Night on Sept. 20.

Aiken City Limits brings weekend of music and fun to residents

Aiken City Limits is your ticket to a weekend of music, food, and sight seeing on every corner of the city.

Meyer to promote generational awareness at Diversity Summit

Trainer and coach Kristin Meyer will teach how to integrate people of all ages in the workplace at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce 2017 Diversity Summit, Leveraging Human Difference: A Strategic Priority for Business Success and Community Prosperity.

Charleston County schools receive afterschool program grants

21st Century Community Learning Centers, a federal grant initiative, recently identified five Charleston County School District schools as recipients of over $1.5 million in funding for afterschool enrichment programming options.

West Nile virus case confirmed in Spartanburg

The City of Spartanburg has confirmed a case of the West Nile virus in a human.

Cruz auto dealership offers great experience

The recently opened Cruz auto dealership promises customers great deals on desirable cars.

HealthMarkets opens new location in Greenville

HealthMarkets Insurance Agency celebrated the opening of its new location with a ribbon-cutting.

Spartanburg City Council shelves proposed residential property registry

The Spartanburg City Council cast a 6-1 vote to table a proposed residential rental property registry.

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