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Moseley Architects opens second South Carolina office in Charleston

Moseley Architects recently open its newest office in Charleston located at 170 Meeting St., Suite 110.

Explore Charleston wins Governor’s Cup award

Explore Charleston won the Governor’s Cup award at the recently held 2020 South Carolina Governors Conference on Tourism & Travel at Marriott Resort Grand Dunes Myrtle Beach.

Blackbaud strengthens social good by partnering with Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose

South Carolina-based Blackbaud and Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose recently teamed up to support companies’ corporate social responsibility efforts and make a greater impact.

South Carolina Ports Authority posting strong numbers in 2020

The South Carolina Ports Authority achieved its highest January ever for 20-foot-equivalent container unit (TEU) volumes and strong year-over-year growth in the cruise, vehicle and inland port sections.

SBA taking applications for new S.C. Women’s Business Center

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has opened its $150,000 grant opportunity for a new Women’s Business Center in South Carolina.

Cambria Hotels opens third property in Charleston metro area

Choice Hotels International recently announced the opening of a third Cambria Hotel in the greater Charleston metropolitan area – the Cambria Hotel Summerville-Charleston.

CRG completes sale of 1.3 million-square-foot facility in Duncan

St. Louis-based real estate developer CRG has completed its sale of a 1,318,680-square-foot logistics facility located at Inland 85 in Duncan to an affiliate of Lexington Realty Trust.

Lowcountry charter signing signals renewed collaboration between military, businesses, community

Members of the newly formed Lowcountry Defense Community Partnership Council, which aims to support servicemen and servicewomen by strengthening the collaboration of local businesses and community organizations throughout the Charleston region with the military, signed the group's official charter last month at Joint Base Charleston.

Rock Springs plant expansion will add dozens of jobs

After looking elsewhere besides its home base of Rock Springs to expand its operations, National Machining and Fabrications has announced it will build a $4.2 million, 12,500-square-foot facility right on its current site.

Columbia Metropolitan Airport rebrands logo and website

The Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) recently launched a new creative campaign that includes a new logo and website.

There are downsides to free tax preparation programs, 60 Plus Association warns seniors

According to Moultrie News, free tax preparation services are available this season at the Wando Mount Pleasant Library branch, offered by the AARP’s Tax-Aide program, from Feb. 3 to April 13.

Port of Charleston sets another annual record

The Port of Charleston continues to grow apace, with the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) reporting a 5% increase in equivalent container units (TEUs) handled in 2019 over 2018.

Eighteen graduate from Charleston Acceleration Academy's Class of 2019

Charleston Acceleration Academy held a graduation ceremony for 18 students in December, its largest-ever graduating class in the school’s short history.

SBA offers training on Women's Business Center grant applications

The U.S. Small Business Administration will be holding roundtable training sessions next week in Columbia and Charleston to help attendees better navigate applications for Women's Business Center grants.

Holland America Line offering deals on cruises to Canada, Greenland, New England

Holland America Line recently announced an exclusive-suite offer that includes free drinks, a free dining package and free gratuities for its 2021 Canada, New England and Greenland bookings, when reserved by Feb. 28, 2020.

Alcami acquires fill-finish manufacturing facility in North Carolina

North Charleston's Alcami Corp. recently announced that it has acquired TriPharm Services, a sterile fill-finish manufacturing facility in Morrisville, North Carolina.

State's unemployment rate hit all-time low in November

South Carolina's unemployment rate dropped 2.4 percent in November 2019, marking the third consecutive decline and the giving the state its lowest jobless rate ever, according to the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.

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