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Drayton Hall Opens New Facilities

The project was undertaken to enrich the visitor experience and enable the organization, for the first time, to display its collection of historic artifacts.

Airport Passenger Traffic Continues To Grow

In April, 400,135 people flew in and out of Charleston International Airport (CHS), up 11 percent from April 2017.

Curtis Loftis Delivers Birthday Gifts to Babies Born on May 29

Compared to the puntastic Star Wars Day -- May the Fourth be with you -- and the snicker-snicker stoner holiday 4/20, 529 Day doesn't quite have the same cool and hip cache. However, there's no doubt that for state Treasurer Curtis Loftis, May 29 is arguably the most important day of the year.

Sonoco Acquires Remainder of Conitex Sonoco JV

The joint venture has 13 manufacturing locations in 10 countries, including four paper mills and seven cone and tube converting operations, as well as two other production facilities.

Clemson's College of Business Names New Dean

As the dean of Clemson’s College of Business, Wendy York will lead 177 faculty and 49 staff members who serve 3,854 undergraduate business majors and 735 graduate students.

Alzheimer's Support Group Announces Organizational Changes

These changes will help provide more comprehensive support services to families living with Alzheimer’s or related dementia.

Biostimulant Manufacturer Plans Orangeburg Facility

The company's $14 million investment is projected to create 47 new jobs.

Carolina Composites Expands Pioneer Boat Manufacturing Operations

Through its $3 million investment, the company is projected to create 92 jobs over the next five years.

S.C. Rural Infrastructure Authority Approves Grants

These awards bring the number of projects awarded to 51 in fiscal year 2018, totaling $22 million.

S.C. State Fair Names 2018 Scholarship Recipients

The fair annually awards 50 scholarships to S.C. high school students planning to pursue their studies at any public or private college, university, or technical college in the state.