Thoroughly pinpointing specifications for message duration and timing, location, and other physical requirements, the Spartanburg City Council recently approved limited outdoor LED digital lighting solutions for local companies and organizations.
For safeguarding Little River ‘round the clock every day of the year, Horry County police officers recently merited a round of gratitude from the Little River Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center via a donation.
With a strong track record of support in the Columbia vicinity, the law firm of Jones, McAden & Associates (JMA) recently earned a slot as the Columbia Chamber’s “Partner of the Month” for January.
Gathering underserved students just once weekly for one-on-one time can go a long way, so Horry County School District is partnering with United Way to give kids an academic boost via “United to Learn.”
Featuring fresh seafood, live entertainment and gifts galore, Little River’s annual World Famous Blue Crab Festival is now accepting applications from potential vendors and sponsors for its two-day 2018 fair slated May 19-20.
To boost booming business, the Greenville Chamber recently released its public policy agenda for 2018 in conjunction with the Upstate Chamber Coalition, striving for widespread access to participation in the local economy.
The Aiken Chamber of Commerce recently acknowledged two of their own at its Aiken Young Professionals (AYP) dinner gala for their contributions to the community and the group itself by presenting a pair of awards.
Dozens of sponsors recently rallied to support the Aiken Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner, with the Jan. 19 event marking a century of the chamber’s existence and dedicated involvement in connecting community and business.
South Carolina Federal Credit Union offered $2 bills stamped with the Clemson tiger paw for the 2018 Sugar Bowl.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce released a statement following the Senate Banking Committee’s vote to oppose Scott Garrett’s nomination to lead the Export-Import Bank.
As work continues on a 280-acre container terminal in North Charleston's port, those close to the project are predicting a significant boost to the region's economy.
ProTrans recently opened its 230,000-square-foot warehouse and office building at GSP International Logistics Park in Spartanburg County, which the third-party logistics company says will help support its growing customer base.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources State Parks & Historic Sites Division wants to encourage people to visit parks more often in 2018.