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Leadership Greenville’s newest participants announced

The Greenville Chamber announced on Tuesday that its Leadership Greenville program had accepted 62 participants for the program’s 46th batch.

Falconhead renews lease at 3955 Faber Place Dr

Pete Harper, CCIM, Reid Davis, CCIM, SIOR, and Cameron Yost of Lee & Associates Charleston represented Faber Charleston Limited Partnership (landlord) in the renewal of 2,720 SF of office space located at 3955 Faber Place Drive in North Charleston, SC to Falconhead, Inc. (tenant)

Medical University of South Carolina named best hospital in South Carolina

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has been recognized by the U.S. News, including being named the No. 1 hospital in the state of South Carolina, ranked nationally in five adult and five children’s specialties, and rated high performing in six adult specialties and eight procedures and conditions.

Sea cruise announced for watching 4th of July fireworks

The Little River Chamber of Commerce recently announced a celebration the 4th of July aboard the Sea Screamer Dolphin Cruise on the Little River.

Greenville Chamber of Commerce welcomes opening of Community First Bank branch

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce took part in the grand opening celebration of the Community First Bank. It conducted the ribbon cutting on the bank’s opening of its eighth full-service financial center at 210 Brendan Way, Greenville.

The Little River Chamber of Commerce welcomes Joey O’s Pizzeria and Italian Grill on June 6

Joey O’s Pizzeria and Italian Grill will be opening on Thursday, June 6 at 1521 Hwy. 17 Little River.

eCertify is the new Certificate of Origin processing platform

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce announced on Thursday an upgrade on the eCertify platform for electronic Certificates of Origin. The improved platform, now called essCert, is designed to be faster and easier to use and is expected to be live today.

Little River Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center in need of financial services

The Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center is seeking proposals for an accounting firm that could oversee the chamber’s financial reporting needs.

Bridge Commercial represents Hyde Properties in the sale of Cross Park Drive

Bridge Commercial, through Hagood S (Hagood II) Morrison and Brooks Courtney, represented Hyde Properties in the sale of the 106,353 SF industrial building on Cross Park Drive, North Charleston.

9 Fred’s stores to close in South Carolina

The discount chain Fred’s Inc. will close 104 more underperforming stores, including nine stores in South Carolina, by the beginning of summer, the Memphis-based company said this week.

The Allied Team Training for Parkinson's to be hosted by the Medical University of South Carolina in October

The Allied Team Training for Parkinson's, a signature professional education program course by the Parkison’s Foundation, will be provided by the organization in Charleston on October 23-26 this year in partnership with the Medical University of South Carolina and Parkinson Association of the Carolinas.

Charleston Metro Chamber plans move to new workspace by 2020

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce will move to its new location in GARCo Mill Three, LLC in June 2020, benefiting its over 1600 members, staff, and volunteers being able to connect in one place

The Little River Chamber of Commerce cuts the ribbon at the Twelve 33 Distillery’s Grand Opening Weekend

The Little River Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Twelve 33 Distillery, the Grand Strand’s first and only craft production distillery, during the distillery’s Grand Opening Weekend on Thursday, May 2, 11 a.m.

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

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.

Federal budget proposal includes $138 million for SCPA harbor project

Completion of a project to improve the Port of Charleston’s infrastructure became closer to reality when President Trump’s proposed 2020 budget allocated $138 to the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project.

SCPA reports record volume for February

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA), which operates the harbor port in Charleston and two inland ports, experienced its highest container volume for February in its history this year, according to a press release issued by the authority March 20. In addition, in the first eight months of this fiscal year growth has reached nearly 12 percent.

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