NEXT High School to graduate 68 seniors

 

Sixty-eight students will officially graduate from NEXT High School on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. While the in-person ceremony has been postponed for a future date due to COVID-19, this graduating…

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Pete Harper, CCIM, Reid Davis, CCIM, SIOR, and Cameron Yost represented the landlord in the renewal of 2,231 SF of flex/office space in North Charleston, SC

 

Lee & Associates Charleston’s Office Advisors Pete Harper, CCIM, Reid Davis, CCIM, SIOR, and Cameron Yost represented the Landlord, STH, LLC in the renewal of 2,231 SF of Flex/Office space…

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Jervey Eye Group welcomes Dr. Bridget Whaley, O.D.

 

Jervey Eye Group, PA, has recently hired Dr. Bridget Whaley, O.D., as a general care optometrist at its Halton Road location in Greenville. Dr. Whaley joins a talented lineup of…

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The Beach Company announces new hires and one promotion

 

The Beach Company announced several new hires at its headquarters in Charleston and one regional promotion within its Columbia-based developments. • Laura Staiano has been hired as a design production…

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SC Public Radio to offer Spoleto Festival USA programming as part of ‘Spoleto at Home’ initiative

 

Festival programming to be featured on ‘Sonatas & Soundscapes’ May 22 – June 5; ‘Spoleto Backstage’ podcast to return with 11 new episodes starting May 22 SC Public Radio (SCPR)…

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Council approves scaling back transportation projects

 

Virtual town hall Thursday will give update on Penny program’s progress Richland County Transportation will scale down several remaining road projects in order to complete a portion of all projects…

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Gov. Henry McMaster signs continuing resolution, issues signing statement urging swift action

 

Gov. McMaster: “Much more must be done – now.” Governor Henry McMaster today signed H. 3411 into law. The bill, also called a continuing resolution, provides for the continued and uninterrupted…

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Troop 91 scout hopes to make history as one of the first female Eagle Scouts

 

Cameron Alexis Caulk, a scout with Troop 91 at Seven Oaks Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC, hopes to make history by becoming one of the first female Eagle Scouts in…

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Tele-Town Hall to Share Resources for Richland County Senior Citizens amid COVID-19 – May 21

 

In an effort to support senior citizens throughout Richland County and share important resources, Richland Library is hosting a tele-town hall event 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 21. Hear from representatives…

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Frampton Construction wraps up hotel project in Panama City Beach, Florida

 

Construction is complete on a 124-room TownePlace Suites (TPS) by Marriott in Panama City Beach, Florida. Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction,…

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Mashburn Construction announces three new hires in Greenville

 

Mashburn Construction announced the recent hire of three employees in the company’s Upstate Division. Tyler Dawson, Andrew Nico, and Lucas Rodenberg have each begun working out of the company’s downtown…

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ERG Payroll & HR announces Erica Leonhardt as new Payroll Specialist

 

Erica Leonhardt has joined ERG Payroll & HR as a Payroll Specialist. Leonhardt will be administering payroll processing, assisting with general HR tasks, and managing our payroll clients. “As we…

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Bob Nuttall, SIOR, CPM and Cori Nuttall represented the tenant in the lease of 4,559 SF of office space in North Charleston, SC

 

Lee & Associates Charleston’s Bob Nuttall, SIOR, CPM and Cori Nuttall represented the Tenant, Walden Security in the lease of 4,559 SF of office space located at 7410 Northside Drive,…

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Stephanie Spann named Principal at Simmons-Pinckney Middle

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce and welcome Stephanie Spann as principal at Simmons-Pinckney Middle School. Spann has served as an assistant principal at James Island Charter…

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Katchia Gethers named Principal at Hunley Park Elementary

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) announced and welcome Dr. Katchia Gethers as principal at Hunley Park Elementary School. Gethers comes to CCSD from Hawaii where she has served as a…

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Dale Metzger named Principal of the West Ashley Center for Advanced Studies

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) announced and welcome Dale Metzger as principal of the new West Ashley Center for Advanced Studies located on the West Ashley High School campus set…

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Gayle Morris named Principal at Thomas C. Cario Middle

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) announced Gayle Morris as principal at Thomas C. Cario Middle School. Morris has served as the school’s interim principal since June 2018. Prior to Cario,…

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Michael White named Principal at Morningside Middle

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce and welcome Michael J. White as principal at Morningside Middle School. White joins the district from Dorchester County School District 4…

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Amber Sainz named Principal at Julian Mitchell Elementary

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) announced and welcome Amber Sainz as principal at Julian Mitchell Elementary School. Sainz joins the district from Republic, Missouri where she has served as an…

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Walmart Foundation awards $15,000 to Senior Resources’ COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund to help support local senior citizens

 

Walmart Foundation awarded $15,000 to Senior Resources’ COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund which supports our emergency response to local senior citizens in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.  In March, Senior Resources…

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City of Columbia to resume parking enforcement May 18th

 

As work continues on the Exxon Lot improvements, the parking garage at 2221 Devine Street will remain free to use and some parking meters throughout Five Points will be bagged…

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State Treasurer Curtis Loftis announces annual PalmettoBaby Grant Program

 

Babies born on May 29 eligible to receive $529 for college savings State Treasurer Curtis Loftis has been a passionate advocate of the importance of saving for college, as administrator…

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National EMS Week recognizes Work of Community Heroes

 

“Thank … EMTs and paramedics. … They work hard serving our citizens and visitors every day.” This year’s celebration of National EMS Week takes on additional importance as Richland County’s…

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Senior Resources’ Emergency Senior Nutrition Program providing food assistance in 16 SC counties continues this week

 

At Senior Resources we have provided over 184,280 meals to senior citizens through our Emergency Senior Nutrition Program in the past eight weeks.  In addition, we have served over 20,292 frozen…

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Clemson University recognized for innovation in engineering education

 

Clemson University students and faculty have always known “there’s something in these hills,” and now the rest of the world is starting to understand, too. Clemson was cited alongside some…

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Pete Harper, CCIM, Reid Davis, CCIM, SIOR, and Cameron Yost represented the landlord in the lease of 3,732 SF of office space in Charleston

 

Lee & Associates Charleston’s Office Advisors Pete Harper, CCIM, Reid Davis, CCIM, SIOR, and Cameron Yost and the owners of the West Charleston Business Center want to welcome Lowcountry Wellness…

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Berkeley County eligible for FEMA aid following April storms

 

At the request of Governor Henry McMaster, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has amended its disaster declaration for the April 13 severe storm to make residents in Barnwell and Berkeley…

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The Brandon Agency recognized as a top workplace in South Carolina for fourth consecutive year

 

 The Brandon Agency, the only certified brand-planning agency in the Carolinas, has been honored by Integrated Media Publishing as a South Carolina Top Workplace in 2020. This is the fourth consecutive…

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Charleston Go Red for Women® Luncheon goes virtual

 

The Charleston American Heart Association (AHA), the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, is going to have the first-ever Virtual Go Red for Women®…

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Nexton announces new Community Director of Forestry

 

Nexton, the most innovative and walkable community in South Carolina, announced today a partnership with Newkirk Environmental’s Mac Baughman, Ph.D. as the community’s town forester. In this role, Baughman will…

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Majority Whip Clyburn supports Heroes Act and urges Senate vote

 

U.S. House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn today issued the following statement on House passage of the Heroes Act: “There is an urgent need for Congress to continue our response…

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Estate planning in the COVID-19 era

 

By Sterling Moose In uncertain times like these, COVID-19 reminds us to be prepared for the unexpected. Do you have an estate plan in place? If so, now is the…

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Several free COVID-19 mobile testing clinics begin

 

As a reminder, several free COVID-19 mobile testing clinics will begin in Columbia and North Charleston.These mobile clinics allow residents to get tested for free in order for them to…

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Trident Technical College announces plans for summer semester

 

Trident Technical College will offer the majority of its classes online for the summer semester the college announced Thursday. The college is currently in the middle of its Maymester term,…

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Leadership transition at the Charleston Parks Conservancy

 

The leader of the Charleston Parks Conservancy is stepping down and a new interim executive director has been appointed. Harry Lesesne, who has been executive director of the Charleston Parks…

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New principal selected for Westwood High School

 

Westwood High School will soon have a new leader. Starting July 1, 2020, Robert S. Jackson will take over as principal of Westwood. Jackson will replace the current principal, Dr.…

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Richland County to host virtual Transportation meeting – May 21

 

Richland County Councilman Calvin “Chip” Jackson is partnering with the County’s Transportation department to hold a virtual meeting on the Penny Program on Thursday, May 21. The meeting aims to…

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Anonymous donors pay fee for nursing graduates to take NCLEX exam

 

Two anonymous donors approached the Greenville Tech Foundation, looking for a creative way to support nursing graduates during the pandemic. They wanted to help the next group of frontline healthcare…

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Snelling Midlands offers free resume review and career tools

 

Snelling Staffing Services of the Midlands, a full-service staffing agency that provides customized solutions to candidates and companies across the Midlands, is offering a free Resume Review and Software Reboot…

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NAI Columbia facilitates $1.3M sale of 26.52 acres of land to Lexington County School District Two

 

The property will serve as a site for future development. NAI Columbia’s Ben Kelly, CCIM, Patrick Chambers and Jack Springs represented the sellers in the $1.3 Million sale of approximately…

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Two outstanding seniors earn National Merit Scholarships

 

Two Lexington County School District One students earned prestigious National Merit Scholarships this week. Reagan K. Green, a senior at River Bluff High School, and Emma G. Powers, a senior…

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Columbia City Council passes resolution to request US Congress to implement an Emergency Rental Assistance Program

 

During the May 12 City Council meeting, Columbia City Council unanimously passed a resolution urging the United States Congress to implement an Emergency Rental Assistance Program to help citizens struggling…

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Landowners can apply for agricultural use special valuation online

 

Agricultural use applications are now available online through the Richland County Assessor’s Office. Landowners who use their property for bona fide agriculture purposes can apply for a special valuation to…

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Lt. Governor Pamela S. Evette, S.C. Leaders launch #CountMeIn campaign to highlight importance of 2020 Census

 

As chair of the South Carolina Governor’s Complete Count Commission, Lieutenant Governor Pamela S. Evette has launched the #CountMeIn video campaign, highlighting the importance of every South Carolinian participating in the…

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Four CCSD students receive $2,500 scholarships from NMSC

 

For the second year in a row, four Charleston County School District (CCSD) students earned $2,500 National Merit Scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). Academic Magnet High School’s…

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Citadel planning August return to campus for 2020-21 academic year

 

The President of The Citadel announced today that the college is planning to reopen campus in August to receive cadets and students and begin the 2020-2021 academic year. “Our priority…

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Berkeley County conducts field inspections for stormwater data collection

 

Scheduled May 18 through August 31, 2020 Field inspections for stormwater data collection will be conducted at properties across the County as part of the routine inventory. The work will…

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