Charleston County School District a leader in social and emotional learning

 

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is not a new concept to Charleston County School District (CCSD). While academics is always at the forefront of the mind of every principal, parent, teacher, and…

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Charleston Parks Conservancy hires new director of development and communications

 

The Charleston Parks Conservancy has hired veteran marketing and fundraising professional Wallace “Dan” Daniel as its director of development and communications. He will assume his new role on May 18.…

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One Region releases strategy and guidelines to safely reopen Tri-County area

 

One Region, a collaborative initiative focused on building a stronger, more inclusive regional economy, has released phase one of re|IGNITE, a plan to safely reopen businesses in Berkeley, Charleston and…

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2 Keys to Accelerating Your Business

 

By Bill Edmonds In 1901, Charles R. Walgreen opened a drug store on the corner of Bowen Avenue and Cottage Grove in Chicago. Within 12 years he had four stores on…

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CCSD CTE staff member earns regional honor

 

Charleston County School District announced that Antoinette Green is the Career Specialist of the Year for the Trident Region for 2020. The South Carolina Department of Education Office of Career…

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Bring the party back to your office with Liquid Catering

 

Looking for a way to celebrate your team coming back to the office, but want it in a controlled setting? Liquid Catering has the answer. Your friends at Liquid Catering…

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Residents Can Give Input on Growth, Development Rules for County – May 14

 

Richland County will hold a virtual public meeting Thursday, May 14 to collect input as it rewrites its land development code (LDC). The LDC regulates land use, growth and development…

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ScanSource announces third quarter results

 

GREENVILLE, SC – ScanSource, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCSC), a leading provider of technology products and solutions, today announced financial results for the third quarter ended March 31, 2020. Quarter ended March…

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West Columbia Beautification Foundation plants almost 300 plants and shrubs

 

The West Columbia Beautification Foundation continues to beautify West Columbia this Spring. In April, 31 trees and 172 plants and shrubs were planted along Sunset Boulevard. The new plantings can…

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Charleston native, former Coke Consolidated President joins CIU board

 

Charleston native Henry W. (Hank) Flint is the newest member of the Columbia International University Board of Trustees.  Flint served as the president and chief operating officer of Coke Consolidated,…

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Milton Thomas, CCIM, SIOR represented the landlord in the lease renewal and expansion of 6,501 SF of office space in North Charleston, SC

 

Lee & Associates Charleston’s Milton Thomas represented the Landlord, SWV Limited Partnership in the lease of 6,501 SF of Office space located at 4975 Lacross Road in North Charleston, SC…

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Gov. Henry McMaster announces that additional businesses, gyms, pools are able to open Monday, May 18

 

Businesses to open include: Gyms, barber shops, hair salons, waxing salons, threading salons, nail salons and spas, body-art facilities and tattoo services, tanning salons, massage therapy establishments, and pools Governor…

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Presbyterian College president Bob Staton to retire at end of 2020

 

Five years after taking the reins at Presbyterian College, Robert (Bob) Emmett Staton has announced his plans to retire on December 31, 2020. Staton became PC’s 18th president in July…

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Competition aims to help secure future of state’s advanced manufacturing workforce

 

The long-term future of South Carolina’s advanced manufacturing workforce is coming sharply into focus over the next month as students across the state join a competition that could win them…

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Richland Library makes list of 2020 Top Workplaces in SC

 

Integrated Media Publishing is announcing Richland Library as a 2020 Top Workplace. We are one of 30 companies in South Carolina to make this year’s list. The library ranked #4…

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SBA disaster loans available to South Carolina Private NonProfit organizations affected by severe storms, tornadoes and straight-line winds

 

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that certain Private NonProfit organizations (PNP)s in South Carolina that do not provide critical services of a governmental nature may be eligible to apply for…

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Greenville Technical College expects to return to face-to-face classes in the fall

 

In anticipation of the governor’s guidance, Greenville Technical College administrators expect to welcome students back in the fall with a return to the college’s wide range of course delivery formats.…

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LRADAC receives multiple honors at the 2020 Mercury Awards sponsored by the South Carolina chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA)

 

LRADAC, the designated alcohol and drug abuse authority for Lexington and Richland Counties, received a total of seven honors at the 2020 Mercury Awards event hosted by the South Carolina…

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CCSD to hold virtual and in-person graduation ceremonies for Class of 2020

 

Charleston County School District (CCSD) and high school principals are planning a two-step process to recognize 2020 graduates amid the health concerns related to COVID-19. The first will be on…

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SC Chamber of Commerce: Three Things to Know

 

Three Things to Know: May 8th Today’s COVID-19 business information compiled by your SC Chamber Team Governor Allows Restaurants to Resume Limited Dine-In Service Starting Monday, SC Budget Forecasters Downgrade…

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ScanSource appoints new board member

 

Jeff Rodek brings extensive software technology solutions industry leadership to the Board ScanSource, Inc. (Nasdaq: SCSC), a leading provider of technology products and solutions, today announced the appointment of Jeffrey…

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Temporary Healthy Bucks SNAP incentive increase

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges for farmers markets, independent farmers, and some of South Carolina’s most vulnerable residents.  In response to these challenges, the South Carolina Department of…

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The Blood Connection provides free COVID-19 antibody testing to all blood donors

 

GREENVILLE, SC – The Blood Connection (TBC), a local non-profit, community blood center, is offering COVID-19 antibody testing to all donors at no cost, beginning Monday, May 11. The test,…

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2020 Vintage dedicated to influential history faculty 

 

The Bob Jones University yearbook staff announced today the dedication of the 2020 Vintage to Dr. Carl Abrams, Dr. Linda Hayner and Dr. John Matzko. These dedicatees were honored for faithful, Christlike…

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Restaurants are able to open for limited dine-in services Monday, May 11

 

Governor Also Lifts Boating Restrictions Statewide, Effective Immediately Governor Henry McMaster announced that restaurants throughout South Carolina will be allowed to reopen for limited dine-in services beginning on Monday, May…

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Three Bluestein partners recognized by Super Lawyers for 2020

 

Three partners at Bluestein Attorneys have again been honored by South Carolina Super Lawyers®. Founding Partner Marti Bluestein and Allison Sullivan were both recognized as Super Lawyers. Marti had previously…

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Office building for sale on Broad Street

 

89 BROAD STREET 2,937 SF available located in the French Quarter in the Historic District of Downtown Charleston. High Profile area next to US District Court, Charleston County Courthouse and…

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Venture Carolina and Sharpen offer free mental health app to entrepreneurs in SC

 

Venture Carolina, an educational nonprofit whose mission is to support entrepreneurs in the Carolinas, is making its Sharpen Founder mental health app available for free to all entrepreneurs in South…

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Rare opportunity for retail/office space in Mt. Pleasant

 

FOR SALE OR FOR LEASE This site is located at 1020 Chuck Dawley Boulevard near the intersection of Chuck Dawley Blvd. and Coleman Blvd. This highly visible 1,400 square foot…

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Falls Park, Cancer Survivors Park reopening

 

The City of Greenville will reopen Falls Park and the Cancer Survivors Park, as well as the entire length of the Swamp Rabbit Trail within the city limits, at 6…

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GSP begins phase two of roadway and parking improvements

 

Parking lot and roadway improvement projects continue at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). Beginning on Monday, May 11, 2020, visitors to GSP will notice a change to the road closures previously…

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The Power of One Little Girl

 

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. THERE’S SOMETHING TO BE SAID about spiritual interconnectivity within a community of believers. This truth came to light for me as a direct (even indirect)…

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Vice Chair Dalhi Myers hosts 1,000 Richland County constituents at tele-town hall

 

County Council Vice Chair Dalhi Myers gave updates on a utilities project in Southeast Richland and the County’s COVID-19 response at a Saturday tele-town hall that drew nearly 1,000 residents.…

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Spartanburg County to host 2023, 2024 NJCAA Division II softball championships

 

Spartanburg County will host collegiate softball teams from around the country at Tyger River Park for the NJCAA Division II Softball Championships in 2023 and 2024. The National Junior College…

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Girl Scouts is not canceled

 

In fact Girl Scouts of South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands is uniquely positioned to bring the number one female leadership program to your families across our area NOW Girl Scouts is…

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MUSC Health achieves Magnet recognition again, reinforcing commitment to nursing excellence

 

MUSC Health’s Charleston division has attained Magnet recognition for the second time, demonstrating its continued dedication to high-quality nursing practice. The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program distinguishes health…

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Wells Fargo and Felix Sabates Lincoln sponsor vehicle donation to Military Warriors Support Foundation for combat-wounded veteran

 

Retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Senior Airman Aubrey Hand awarded with a payment-free vehicle at local dealership As part of the ongoing commitment to support the Wells Fargo Championship Military…

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Contactless check-in/check-out and keyless room entry now available to hotels via the Fuel mobile app

 

Affordable, completely customizable mobile application for independent properties adds new lock system integrations and features  Fuel, a leading provider of guest-facing hotel software solutions and digital marketing services for the…

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City of Columbia Public Works Director wins National Leader of the Year

 

City of Columbia Public Works Director Robert Anderson was named one of the American Public Works Association (APWA) 2020 Top Ten Public Works Leaders of the Year. In its 61st year,…

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Greenville Zoo Foundation awarded Greenville Women Giving grant

 

 The Greenville Zoo Foundation has received a $75,000 grant from Greenville Women Giving for a new leopard holding enclosure at the Greenville Zoo. Greenville Women Giving announced the 2020 grant…

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Tri-County Technical College’s Commission recently elected officers for 2020

 

J. Allard (Al) Young, of Honea Path, is the new chair for Tri-County Technical College’s Commission, the nine-member governing board of the College. Tom Strange, of Easley, was elected vice…

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With dual project, County aims to boost web access for Southeast Richland

 

The County’s plans to bridge a digital divide in Southeast Richland are moving forward. On Tuesday, County Council voted to use $85,000 from the County’s general fund to install two…

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Blackbaud announces tech innovations to support social good customers now and in the aftermath of COVID-19

 

Blackbaud announces key technology enhancements to its solutions designed specifically to support the unique needs of social good organizations during and as they recover from COVID-19, including: New integration between…

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Wells Fargo Foundation awards $20,000 to MIRCI to support Columbia’s homeless youth home and COVID-19 response efforts

 

Mental Illness Recovery Center Inc. has been awarded $20,000.00 by the Wells Fargo Foundation, to assist with the operations of the Midlands only transitional youth home and in response to…

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