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SCDOT, Charleston County, FHWA announce Mark Clark Extension Project underway

 

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), Charleston County, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), have re-initiated work on the Mark Clark Extension project (formerly known as the Mark Clark Expressway) in the form of a Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS). A redesigned website (www.SCDOTMarkClark.com) is available to provide ongoing updates of the project’s…

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First four-star hotel coming to Columbia

 

Boutique Hotel to Open in the Vista Plans for Hotel Anthem, Columbia’s newest hotel that will be constructed in the entertainment district, were approved by the Board of Zoning Appeals. This project, sponsored by the Arnold Family Corporation, will be unlike anything Columbia has seen to date. The design intent will be musically inspired, thematic…

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Terry Gunn named market CEO of Providence Health and KershawHealth

 

Veteran healthcare executive assumes regional leadership role with oversight of two LifePoint Health facilities Providence Health announced that Terry Gunn has been named market chief executive officer (CEO) of Providence Health and KershawHealth, effective immediately. Both facilities are part of LifePoint Health and are located in Columbia, South Carolina, and Camden, South Carolina, respectively. Gunn…

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Leadership Charleston Class of 2020 Announced

 

Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston, a highly sought after professional development opportunity established in 1974, is proud to announce the incoming Class of 2020. The mission of Leadership Charleston is to identify and motivate emerging leaders and to develop their leadership potential by introducing them to the realities, opportunities and challenges of our…

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MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion dedicated ahead of October grand opening

 

Governor McMaster, elected officials, MUSC leaders, patients, families and donors celebrate innovation, teamwork and community support The MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion will open to patients and families in October. In celebration of this upcoming occasion, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster; deputy assistant secretary of the Federal Housing Administration’s Office…

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MUSC trustees hear fiscal year 2019 year-end reports plus recent highlights in fiscal year 2020

 

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Medical University Hospital Authority (MUHA) Board of Trustees held their regularly scheduled meeting to receive reports on academic programs, research and clinical operations. During his annual report to the board, David J. Cole, M.D., FACS, MUSC president, said, “In fiscal year 2019, our institution made significant progress…

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Colliers Report: South Carolina absorption on track to double 2018 absorption total

 

  Research & Forecast Report SOUTH CAROLINA | INDUSTRIAL Q2 2019   Key Takeaways South Carolina industrial markets have already surpassed the total absorption for last year – this quarter alone, the state absorbed 6.45 million square feet. Rental rates continue in an upward trend and averaged $4.20 per square foot during the second quarter…

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NAI Columbia represents the buyer in the acquisition of 4.45 Acres at 1400 & 1328 Huger Street

 

NAI Columbia’s Ben Kelly and Patrick Chambers represented the buyer in a joint venture between 908 Group of Tampa, Florida and Scannell Properties of Indianapolis, Indiana in the acquisition of 4.45 acres located at 1400 & 1328 Huger Street in Columbia, South Carolina. 1400 & 1328 Huger Street will be developed into a student housing…

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Duke Energy names new South Carolina state president

 

Duke Energy announced a change in its executive leadership in South Carolina that will continue the company’s long-standing commitment to its 760,000 electric and 162,000 gas customers in the Palmetto State. Michael Callahan – currently vice president of investor relations – will succeed Kodwo Ghartey-Tagoe as South Carolina state president. Callahan, 44, will manage state and local regulatory and government…

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Citadel welcomes two newest members to the Board of Visitors

 

      Col F. G. “Greg” Delleney, Jr., and Col. Robert E. Lyon, Jr. The two newest members of The Citadel Board of Visitors, Col F. G. “Greg” Delleney, Jr., and Col. Robert E. Lyon, Jr., have officially assumed their role in leading the college. In addition to the new members, the Board also elected…

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