The release of Pantsless Nation (Shirts Required)

 

Willis HR is delighted to announce the launching of our new book, Pantsless Nation: HR Guidance for Mastering Remote Work by CEO, Jada Willis. “For leaders that are already leading…

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Fetter Health Care Network receives emergency grant from Direct Relief

 

Fetter Health Care Network (FHCN) announced an infusion of $50,000 in emergency grant funding from the medical aid organization Direct Relief, in partnership with the National Association of Community Health…

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TCB Corporation and Countybank add new Board Member

 

TCB Corporation and Countybank are proud to welcome Megha Lal to the Countybank Board of Directors. Her responsibilities in joining the Board of Directors include directing the organization’s overall affairs,…

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South Carolina ETV wins 12 Telly awards

 

Network receives two silver trophies and 10 bronze trophies South Carolina ETV (SCETV) received a total of 12 Telly awards when the list of winners was released on Wednesday, May…

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Planning Commission to hold virtual meeting – June 1

 

Residents urged to email comments by noon Monday The Richland County Planning Commission will hold a virtual meeting Monday, June 1. Residents may participate by submitting comments on proposed zoning…

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Curbside collection of bulk items to resume

 

Residents again can make appointments to schedule curbside pickup of old furniture, appliances and other large objects as Richland County resumes collection of bulk items Wednesday, June 3. Bulk item…

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Pandemic Cybersecurity, Ethics, and Loss Prevention webinar – June 9

 

What are your ethical and legal responsibilities to your customers and clients in today’s digital world? This question has become increasingly important as more employees are working from home. On…

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Statement from Sheriff Leon Lott regarding the death of George Floyd in Minnesota

 

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said the actions of law enforcement officers in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, were “utterly inexcusable.” According to Sheriff Lott: “It is…

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Phased reopening to begin at Midlands Technical College – First set of faculty and staff return to campus June 15

 

Midlands Technical College (MTC) will begin its three-phased reopening plan on June 15. On that Monday, a limited number of faculty and staff will return to work on campuses. The…

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“Best in Show” Mercury Award presented to Prisma Health Midlands Foundation

 

The Public Relations team at Prisma Health Midlands Foundation was recently recognized with a top award by the South Carolina Chapter of Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA) at the…

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Virtual Theatre Camps with Town Theatre

 

Town Theatre online camps begin on June 1st and are scheduled through June 19. Prices are great and time online is limited, but we promise lots of fun! Please share…

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Reedy River Duck Derby to go virtual this summer

 

The Reedy River Duck derby will have a new twist this year – it will be virtual rubber ducks going over the falls this July 11. Rotary Club of the…

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Advancing elder abuse awareness

 

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott promotes Elder Abuse Awareness Month By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is reminding all citizens of Richland County that June is…

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FUEL’s Matthew Garvin appointed to the City of Greenville Arts in Public Places Commission

 

Matthew Garvin, Senior Developer at FUEL, a marketing agency in downtown Greenville, SC, has been appointed as a board member for the City of Greenville Arts in Public Places Commission.…

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Wilson Kibler associate Will Unthank brokers sale of former Fuddruckers property on Bush River Rd.

 

Wilson Kibler associate Will Unthank represented the owner in the recent disposition of the ±7,400-square-foot restaurant and 1.7-acre site formerly occupied by Fuddruckers at 1801 Bush River Rd. Fuddruckers closed…

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United Community Bank named No. 1 Large Workplace on list of 2020 Top Workplaces in South Carolina

 

United Community Bank is honored to have been named the number one large company on the 2020 list of Top Workplaces in South Carolina by Integrated Media Publishing and its…

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Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System partners with Colliers International to open ±22 acres across from Pelham Medical for sale and development

 

Spartanburg Regional is actively seeking development companies with experience in retail, dining, office and/or hospitality multi-use development to bring desired amenities to the organization’s existing and future facilities off Exit…

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Preparing nursing students for pandemics and other crises through Global Initiatives

 

Intensive care unit nurse Caroline Wright, a 2018 graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing’s accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, temporarily left her job…

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West Columbia Riverwalk and Amphitheater open to the public

 

The West Columbia Riverwalk Park and Amphitheater, 109 Alexander Road, West Columbia, SC, is open to the public after being closed due to flooding. Please avoid any areas that are…

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Kontane Logistics, Inc. expanding operations in Berkeley County

 

Expansion Will Create 30 New Jobs Kontane Logistics, Inc., a third-party warehousing and industrial packaging solutions company, today announced plans to expand operations in Berkeley County. The company’s expansion will…

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SCSBA releases statewide ‘School Board Member Return-to-School’ survey results

 

On Wednesday, May 27, 2020, South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) President Chuck Saylors and Executive Director Scott Price held a press conference to release the results of a survey…

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Lexington, Columbia officials create Reopening Pledge for local businesses

 

The Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center along with the Columbia Chamber have created a pledge for businesses to reopen responsibly during COVID-19. By taking this pledge, businesses declare that they…

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DHEC surpasses goal to test 110,000 South Carolinians in May; Latest COVID-19 Update

 

The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 have been performed in South Carolina since May 1. Earlier this month, DHEC and its…

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Coronavirus outbreak in South Carolina – updated information here

 

Updated May 28, 2020 at 9:00 am The links provided below will be updated regularly as information becomes available. Keep checking back here for updates. South Carolina Announces Latest COVID-19…

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Infinity Marketing welcomes Heather Sexton as Media Coordinator

 

Infinity Marketing, a fully integrated marketing agency in the Upstate, is pleased to have Heather Sexton join the team as Media Coordinator. The Media Department continues to grow in members…

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College of Charleston libraries continue to serve campus in-person and online

 

Strictures mandated by social distancing have lent a new importance to everyday objects, such as the humble laptop. They are no longer simply tools for binging Netflix and surfing OAKS.…

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Berkeley County Libraries reopening June 1

 

Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) locations will reopen to the public on Monday, June 1. Hours of operation at each of the seven branches will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday…

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Lexington Medical Center and DHEC to offer free COVID-19 testing

 

Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at White Knoll High School At the request of Senator Katrina Shealy, Lexington Medical Center and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control are…

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Nexsen Pruet & Barberitos feed Roper St. Francis Health Care workers

 

Roper St. Francis Hospital team receives “meals of thanks” for sacrificial work The Nexsen Pruet law firm and Barberitos, a Southwestern Grille, are partnering to support medical professionals on the front lines fighting…

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Two South Carolina school leaders receive top honors

 

Fairfield County School District Superintendent, Dr. J.R. Green, has been named the 2021 South Carolina Superintendent of the Year, and Lexington School District Three Chief Academic Officer, Mrs. Angie Rye,…

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RIA approves grants for enhancing water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure

 

More than $14.5 million in grant funding awarded across South Carolina   The S.C. Rural Infrastructure Authority (RIA) has approved grant assistance for 34 projects, totaling more than $14.5 million, to…

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NHE headquarters building named in honor of former Verdae CEO; AO-The Space Spa & Salon relocating to Legacy Square

 

Verdae Development Inc.’s Rick Sumerel may be gone in body, but his spirit and passion for Greenville and the Verdae community will live on for decades to come The newest…

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Hill Electric launches new website

 

Hill Electric– a valued partner in Upstate industrial electrical contractor services– recently launched a new website designed to showcase its services, core values, and legacy. The new site highlights the…

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Enjoy a Friday Night Dance Party with Richland Library

 

Richland Library’s current artist-in-residence is taking center stage in an online program, which is free and open to the public. Join us for Evening Arts: Martha Brim’s Dance Party from…

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Colliers International brokers $3.1-million investment sale in Columbia and is hired for property management by new owner

 

Colliers International’s Neel Keenan brokered the sale of 151 Westpark Boulevard to Westpark Realty, LLC for $3,125,000. Keenan represented the seller, L-H Development Partners, LLC. 151 Westpark Boulevard is a…

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Fifty students receive scholarships from Building Industry Charitable Foundation

 

Over the past twenty years, the Building Industry Charitable Foundation has awarded $636,250 in scholarships to children of Association members and other students who meet criteria set for the program.…

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Zombie Coffee and Donuts launches new DIY Donut Decorating Kit

 

Columbia’s Favorite Coffee Café and Eatery Unveils At-Home Donut Making Kit, New Hours of Operation Zombie Coffee and Donuts today introduced its Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Donut Decorating Kit as a new…

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Sherman College names Chiropractor of the Year, Regent of the Year and other award recipients

 

Sherman College honored alumni, chiropractors, and supporters during its 47th Lyceum, a homecoming and continuing education event attended by hundreds of chiropractors and students throughout the U.S. and internationally. Lyceum…

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Providence Health eases visitor restrictions

 

Limited visitation now available for most patients as elective and non-urgent procedures gradually resume Providence Health announced today that it is transitioning from a zero-visitor protocol to limited visitor restrictions…

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Growth accelerates at Charleston’s tech companies amid Covid-19 crisis

 

The Charleston Digital Corridor announced the opening of Flagship – WestEdge, a flexible, full-service business incubator developed to support the ongoing expansion needs of emerging and early-stage tech and life…

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Presbyterian College students to receive coronavirus relief money

 

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the financial well-being of many around the world, including college students. For Presbyterian College students impacted by the pandemic, help is on the way. Nearly…

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Relic Room will reopen, with precautions, starting Saturday, May 30

 

The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum will be open again starting Saturday, May 30, at 10 a.m. The museum, which has been closed since mid-March because of…

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2020 Tacos n’ Tequila Fiesta postponed for crowd safety

 

To protect the hungry, taco-loving crowd of Greenville and guarantee an unforgettable time for all, the annual Tacos ‘n Tequila Fiesta has been postponed until further notice. As one of…

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Extension for low-income senior citizens applying for the South Carolina Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program $25 vouchers through SC DSS

 

What: SC DSS has extended the deadline to Monday, June 1 for low-income senior citizens living in the participating counties listed below to apply to receive $25 worth of vouchers…

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3 College of Charleston graduates receive Fulbright awards

 

As global citizens and change-makers, College of Charleston graduates are making a difference all over the world. And no one is more determined to have an impact on the future…

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CCSD schools announce in-person graduation ceremony plans for Class of 2020

 

High schools in Charleston County School District (CCSD) are announcing dates for their face-to-face diploma-awarding ceremonies. These school-level ceremonies will be the second of CCSD high schools’ twophase celebration of…

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The Charleston Museum opens on May 27 with new protocols and guidelines for the Museum Galleries

 

The Charleston Museum will re-open on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 with new protocols and guidelines for staff and visitors. The two Historic House Museums, the Joseph Manigault House and the…

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Dr. Michael Mikota named seventh president of Spartanburg Community College

 

Spartanburg Community College has named Dr. Michael Mikota to the position of president, effective July 13. The Spartanburg County Commission for Technical and Community Education selected Dr. Mikota after a…

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