The Greenville Chamber held its annual BBQ Bash Oct. 4 in appreciation of Upstate manufacturers.
In relation to the recent destruction of Hurricane Florence, the federal Small Business Administration is offering assistance to residents and businesses in North and South Carolina.
The Spartanburg City Council voted against the construction of a solar farm on the former site of Arkwright Dump.
Charleston, like many cities in the nation, is experiencing a great deal of growth and this increased demand for housing has put the idea of homeownership out of the reach of many; when it comes to affordable housing there is a massive gap in the city.
Farmers for Free Trade has launched a new campaign titled "Tariffs Hurt the Heartland" in an attempt to explain why tariffs are harming farmers, factory workers and the consumers who are paying their true cost.
The U.S. Small Business Administration, a go-to resource and government-supported voice for small businesses, reminds small business owners in South Carolina of the availability of low-interest disaster loans.
South Carolina Disability Employment Coalition, an interagency that aims to address issues surrounding workers with disabilities, invites local businesses to an employer summit Oct. 9 during National Disability Employment Awareness Month.