October 7, 2016 RSS feed / Business

Re-Inventage moves to bigger location on Harden Street

After just 11 months in business, Rosewood Drive’s Re-Inventage furniture and décor shop expects to mark November 1 in a larger, new storefront location on Harden Street near Five Points. More...

Folks About Town

Senator Larry Martin and Representative Eddie Tallon have been recognized as Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s “2016 Legislators of the Year” for their leadership in the South Carolina Legislature to stop drunk driving. More...

Real Estate

NAI Avant senior brokers Cam Kreps and Macon Lovelace recently represented the seller, Tiente Limited Partnership, in the land sale transaction on Hwy 17 in North Myrtle Beach. More...

Buchanan completes bakery building—first historic building at BullStreet to be occupied

Adaptive reuse proved to be a successful strategy as Buchanan Construction Services remodeled the 4,700 square foot bakery building, part of the BullStreet development. More...

Flood leaves safe intact

First Citizens on the corner of Trenholm and Forest Drive is gone, but the safe was left intact and will remain on site. More...

City Snippets

Black tourism impact documented African-American tourists are responsible for a whopping $2.4 billion in economic impact for South Carolina, and that number is rising since the removal of the Confederate flag from the Statehouse grounds in Columbia, More...

Attorneys Honored

Matt Brown, of counsel, has joined Littler’s Columbia and Charlotte offices, from Collins & Lacy in Greenville.  Vordman Carlisle “Lisle” Traywick I II has joined Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC as an associate. More...

Sowell Gray, Robinson McFadden to merge

Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, and Robinson, McFadden and Moore, PC, two law firms with established reputations for excellence and commitment to corporate, insurance, and business clients, will merge January 1, 2017. More...