Berkeley County to launch digital plans review process April 5

  April 1, 2021

Will Streamline Efficiency Across Multiple Departments Berkeley County will launch a digital plans review process on Monday, April 5 called “E-Review”. This electronic submittal process will help maximize efficiency across the…

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Empower SC to host panel discussions with top mayoral candidates

  April 1, 2021

Empower SC hosts panel discussion on April 7th with Tameika Isaac Devine, Sam Johnson ahead of mayoral election in Columbia Local advocacy group Empower SC will be hosting a panel…

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New economic development initiative to expand recruitment of pharmaceutical companies, shore up emergency supply chains

  April 1, 2021

Governor Henry McMaster today issued Executive Order 2021-17, which directs the Department of Commerce to enhance recruitment efforts of pharmaceutical and medical supply manufacturers in South Carolina and directs state agencies…

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Grand Slam, Great Pitching Lead Raiders

  April 1, 2021

Jackson Edwards pitched a 1-hitter against Greer, but it was a single swing of the bat by Zach Faulkner that made a 5-0 victory most memorable. With the bases loaded…

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Lady Red Devils Fall to Chapman

  March 31, 2021

The Lady Red Devils came out of the gate playing their brand of soccer.  Crisp passes, great runs, crosses and shots.  The Clinton girls looked dominant early in the game over Chapman.  However…

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Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission is Hiring

  March 31, 2021

LCWSC is dedicated to hiring, without discrimination, qualified employees who can provide the best possible service to our customers and the community.  Employee benefits include state insurance, state retirement, paid…

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Capitol Theatre Showing Godzilla vs. Kong (PG-13)

  March 31, 2021

GODZILLA VS. KONG (PG-13) is now showing at the Capitol Theatre. About the movie: Legends collide in Godzilla vs. Kong, as these mythic adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the…

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Food Lion in Hiring Mode for Clinton Location

  March 31, 2021

Food Lion made big news in Clinton with the recent news that they acquired the closing BI-LO facility and would bring Food Lion to the location. Representatives from Food Lion…

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Hill Electric hosts lift safety class at Anderson Career & Technology Center

  March 31, 2021

Hill Electric, an Anderson-based Electrical Contractor for Upstate manufacturers, recently hosted a session on lift safety for a class of local high school seniors at the Anderson I & II…

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Wilson Kibler expands Columbia brokerage team with new hire

  March 31, 2021

Wilson Kibler, a full-service commercial real estate company headquartered in Columbia since 1987, announced today it is expanding its brokerage team with the recent hiring of Clark McCarthy. McCarthy joins…

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NOT BUSINESS AS USUAL

  March 31, 2021

Senator Thomas Alexander and the intersection of life and work By W. Thomas Smith Jr. AS A BOY GROWING UP in the thriving northwest corner of South Carolina, State Senator…

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Posted in: upstatebizsc   Category: accounting, banking-and-finance, economic-development, government, on-the-move, technology

Lowcountry Land Trust hires new chief advancement officer

  March 31, 2021

Lowcountry Land Trust has hired Meg O’Halloran as chief advancement officer. She will work on the strategic direction of advancement initiatives, including designing and implementing the annual and long-term comprehensive…

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Rebuild Upstate adds new Chief Operations Officer

  March 31, 2021

David Scheibenhoffer is adding another notch to his belt as he joins Rebuild Upstate to serve as Chief Operations Officer. A native of Pennsylvania, Schiebenhoffer ventured to the warm South…

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New rankings show differences in health and opportunity in S.C. counties

  March 31, 2021

Beaufort is among the healthiest counties in South Carolina and Williamsburg is among the least healthy, according to the annual County Health Rankings, released today by the University of Wisconsin…

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How to Think About Insuring that Second Home

  March 30, 2021

By Molly A. Thomas, FPQP™ Many people dream of a second home—a place to go for some rest and relaxation, a place to call your own, a place for family…

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First Quality to expand operations in Anderson County

  March 30, 2021

Paper products manufacturer adding production capabilities First Quality Tissue, a privately held manufacturer of ultra-premium towel and tissue products announced that they have selected their Anderson, South Carolina campus for…

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Warehouse Property for sale or for lease

  March 30, 2021

Zoned Heavy Industrial. The property is located in Summerville, SC with immediate access to I-26 and 17A. The fenced 1.06 acre site is improved with three industrial buildings totaling approximately…

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Jazz icon Wynton Marsalis comes to Columbia

  March 30, 2021

A monumental moment for arts and culture in the Midlands is here! A #supportlocal themed night of the 2021 ColaJazz Fest showcases Columbia’s best in jazz and artists who have…

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Infinity Marketing partners with CU-ICAR on video project

  March 30, 2021

Infinity Marketing, a fully integrated marketing agency in the Upstate, recently partnered with Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) to develop a video highlighting its vehicle prototype program:…

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Marketing Minute: Responding to Controversy in the Media

  March 30, 2021

When damaging information about your organization is publicized, your credibility matters. NP Strategy’s Vice President Jean Cecil Frick shares tips on responding to controversy in the media. 

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SCMEP generates $3 Billion statewide economic impact

  March 30, 2021

SCMEP works with 400 SC manufacturers to advance the state’s economic impact The South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership (SCMEP) released its record-breaking annual report numbers, resulting in a statewide economic…

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LS3P names Mark Levine, FAIA Atlanta Market Leader

  March 30, 2021

LS3P announced that architect Mark Levine, FAIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm as Atlanta Market Leader | Vice President. Levine brings over 36 years of industry knowledge and significant…

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SCRA announces investment in software startup, ScopeStack

  March 30, 2021

South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) announces its affiliate, SC Launch, Inc.’s, investment of $250,000 in ScopeStack, Inc. The Greenville-based company offers a Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) solution for developing presales statements of work. This…

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