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Charleston County breaks ground on new high school

Lucy G. Beckham High School will become Charleston County School District’s first new high school in over 20 years when it opens for the 2020-21 school year.

Graduates earn 465 degrees, certificates from Technical College of the Lowcountry

About 27.5 percent of the 465 degrees and certificates handed out by the Technical College of the Lowcountry in 2016-17 were to students in Health Professions and Related Programs programs, making them the most popular programs that year, according to t

Graduates earn 124 degrees, certificates from Virginia College-Charleston

About 73.4 percent of the 124 degrees and certificates handed out by the Virginia College-Charleston in 2016-17 were to students in Health Professions and Related Programs programs, making them the most popular programs that year, according to the lates

Greenville’s City Manager John Castile steps down

Having led the community in public service for over two decades John Castile has opted to step down as Greenville’s city manager, Mayor Knox White announced recently, with plans to assist in transition with leadership.

25 high school seniors win scholarships to Trident Technical College

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce recently awarded 25 area high school students with Accelerate Greater Charleston 2 (A2) Scholarships to attend the Trident Technical College.

7 CCSD students win National Merit Scholarships

Seven students from the Charleston County School District (CCSD) will receive 2018 National Merit Scholarships.

IG Custom Printing receives Greenville Chamber honor

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce has selected IG Custom Printing as its “Small Business of the Month” for April.

Spartanburg resident Smith to co-host City News Podcast

The City News Podcast introduces a newcomer as co-host, in the person of Meghan Smith.

Preparations for disaster are key to business continuity

Business continuity is a company’s ability to recover from worst-case scenarios, resulting in minimal impact on your business. Therefore, a business continuity plan is crucial for every company in case unexpected circumstances beyond your control happen.

Greer Family Fest to feature Vertical Horizon

The 34th Annual Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Fest will feature popular '90s band Vertical Horizon as this year’s headline performer.

Methodist Church to open new park in Spartanburg

Spartanburg has demonstrated its ability to offer great public, private and nonprofit partnerships and the recent partnership with Central United Methodist Church is no exception.

In Business: Sean Feliciano State Farm Agency

The Sean Feliciano State Farm Agency is dedicated to providing insurance and other financial services to their community.

Greenville Chamber hires 2 new team members

The Greenville Chamber recently hired Andrew Van as investor relations manager and McClain Talley as marketing and communications coordinator.

North Charleston playscape to offer inclusive and adaptive features

The City of North Charleston is requesting input from the public to construct its largest playground to date.

Seat available on Charleston County School Board

There is a vacant position available on the Charleston County School District Board of Trustees for St. Andrews Constituent District No. 10.

In Business: KidZone

Motivated by the desire to create a reliable environment that children enjoy and to offer more freedom for parents, KidZone offers flexible and affordable child care in Greenville.

Babcock Center is Columbia Chamber's partner of the month

This month’s Columbia Chamber Partner of the month is Babcock Center, which has proved to be dedicated to many Chamber committees and events.

Informational document outlines CCSD's safety measures

In response to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Charleston County School District issued a memo on behalf of its Security and Emergency Management on the day following the tragedy.

Parenting seminar set for March 17

Parent University will host "Raising Successful Children in the 21st Century.”

The Kolache Factory opens 1st of 4 planned locations in Greenville

The Kolache Factory recently opened its newest bakery/café in Powdersville at 3609 Highway 153, between the Spinx gas station and Miracle Hill Store.

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