December 23, 2016 RSS feed / Business

Inmates get holiday surprise from the service dogs they trained

Recipients of the assistance dogs that Kershaw Correctional Institution inmates trained through Prison PAALS will visit behind bars to help throw a surprise Christmas party and will be the gift of a lifetime this holiday season.  More...

Folks About Town

JoAnn Turnquist , president and CEO of Central Carolina Community Foundation, was recently honored by the EngenuitySC board with the organization's annual Vision Award. U.S. Air Force Airman John P. More...

Attorneys Honored

John Grantland, of Murphy & Grantland, P.A., has been awarded the 2016 Matthew J. Perry Jr. Civility Award from the Richland County Bar Association.   More...

UofSC economists: 2017 SC economy strong and stable amid political uncertainty

Steady economic gains are expected for South Carolina in 2017 despite the political uncertainty that comes with new governor and U.S. president. More...

City Snippets

Joblessness at new low South Carolina’s unemployment rate dropped to a new low of 4.4 percent in November, the seventh consecutive month of joblessness decline. More...

Real Estate

South Carolina Pediatric Alliance, a merger of Palmetto Pediatric and Sandhills Pediatric, recently purchased approximately 1.54 acres of land at 2618 Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia. More...

Love’s Travel Stops opens in Cayce

Residents in Cayce, South Carolina, have a new place to purchase fuel, meals, snacks, and more as Love’s Travel Stops opened for business recently at Interstate 77 and Bluff Road (Exit 5). More...

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital receives Subway Cares for Kids Day contribution

Local SUBWAY® owner Heather Hornsby, right, presented a check for $5,613.93 to Ashley Dusenbury of the Palmetto Health Foundation on behalf of SUBWAY® restaurants in the Midlands. More...