Last Updated: Jun 22, 2018 11:41AM •
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These new locations will build on FNB's significant regional presence, which currently includes Commercial Banking, Commercial Real Estate, Small Business Banking, and Mortgage Banking capabilities.
A order for 150-180 jets is at stack.
The Cambria Hotel Greenville and the Cambria Hotel Summerville are both slated to open in October 2019.
The first secretary of commerce to receive the award, it was an opportunity for the economic development community to thank Secretary Hitt for his dedication and effort.
The franchise will now operate as Alfa Romeo of Charleston and has officially opened its doors as a Baker Motor Company dealership.
They will be headed to Washington, D.C. on June 20 and 21 for their first meeting as members of the Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness.
Cherod Webber will urge South Carolina lawmakers on Capitol Hill to fully fund USAID in the wake of the Administration’s proposal to slash funding by 30 percent.
“South Carolina continues to enjoy record employment levels that help our economy thrive, but it is imperative that we also continue to look for opportunities to educate, train, and prepare our workforce to meet the demand."
Get your head out of the past: manufacturing is no longer dirty work. It's the robot-lovin', hi-tech learnin' job of the future.
Located at the corner of Sigma Drive and Edge Street, this will provide a meeting and event space and will be Summerville's only conference center.