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Dolphin- and pirate-themed cruises announced by Myrtle Beach Watersports

Myrtle Beach Watersports happily announced the opening of its three attractions for the 2019 season

State Rep Jay Jordan files SC Business License Tax Reform Bill

The SC Business License Tax Reform Bill H. 4431 was filed by State Representative Jay Jordan on Tuesday

Lowcountry businesses to hire students this summer as part of the Mayor’s Youth Employment Challenge

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and City of Charleston launched the Mayor’s Youth Employment Challenge

South Carolina business leaders highly confident in the economy

More than 93 percent of South Carolina business leaders are highly confident on the state’s economy, according to the recently released South Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s Spring 2019 Business Confidence Survey.

Greenville welcomes Counsel Group Frankfurt to its new location on CU-ICAR campus

The Counsel Group Frankfurt has recently moved to the CU-ICAR campus, ending the month of February on a happy note when it held an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony in its new location.

The Little River Chamber of Commerce recognizes local businesses at annual dinner meeting

The Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center gave awards to local businesses during its annual dinner meeting on March 14.

Hilton Head Island flights to Atlanta via Delta Airlines begins May 24

William G. Miles, president and CEO of Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce proudly announced that Delta Airlines will commence its flight from Hilton Head Island to Atlanta on May 24 at 7:30 a.m., offering three daily flights.

SC Chamber of Commerce releases statement on House passage of Comprehensive Education Reform Bill

South Carolina Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Ted Pitts has released the following statement on the South Carolina House of Representatives’ passage of H.3759, the comprehensive education reform bill.

Premium cycling studio opens this spring in downtown Spartanburg

Opening this spring, Spartanburg will be CycleBar’s newest studio location joining the nearly 200 it has across the country.

Greenville welcomes Nightingale’s Nursing and Attendants

Best Home Care Provider 2019 in South Carolina has opened its Greenville branch

LTC Health Solutions, Nephron Pharmaceuticals and Prisma named Columbia Chamber's Partners of the Month

LTC Health Solutions, Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, and Prisma were chosen by the Columbia Chamber as March’s Partners of the Month for their collaboration with the Midlands Youth Apprenticeship Program.

Blue Crab Festival recognized in three excellence awards

The World Famous Blue Crab Festival was recognized in three categories by the South Carolina Festival and Events Association's (SCFEA) 2019 Festival & Event Planner's Conference.

Charleston Regional Development Alliance connects people and businesses

The Charleston Regional Development Alliance aims to improve employment in Charleston's three-county region and promote the local economy.

Charleston Chamber tracks education reform bill

The bill underlines the significance of reading proficiency by third grade and would hold students from grade promotion until they are proficient readers.

Spartanburg Council approves annexation for apartment complex

The Spartanburg City Council approved the westside annexation for the future apartment development of two parcels on Franklin Avenue.

Downtown Spartanburg's streetscaping enhances visitor experience, retail growth

The City of Spartanburg's most recent podcast featured City Manager Chris Story explaining why downtown streetscaping isn't just an avenue to enhance the downtown visitor's experience but to also increase opportunities for private investment.

North Charleston Citizens Public Safety Academy begins in March

Grab the opportunity to be part of the City of North Charleston's Citizens Public Safety Academy

Kameen designs winning North Charleston Arts Fest poster

Winning art piece "Shadow Boxer" is now part of the city's Public Art Collection.

Children's Theatre presents 'Black History Hall of Fame'

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department recently presented a Children’s Theatre performance in honor of Black History Month at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.

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