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The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the next phase of its $2B infrastructure project. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Feb 27, 2024

Next phases of South Carolina’s $2B infrastructure project announced

The South Carolina Department of Transportation announced the next phases of construction on one of the largest infrastructure projects in the state’s history.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that USDA is funding 216 projects in 45 states, including South Carolina. (Photo/DespositPhotos)
Feb 26, 2024

$19M in funding to boost South Carolina infrastructure projects

The projects offer a range of support for rural families, agricultural producers and small businesses.

Feb 12, 2024

15 South Carolina projects receive state grants for innovation, entrepreneurship

The South Carolina Department of Commerce announced the recipients of its 2024 Relentless Challenge grant, which totaled $880,000 granted to 15 projects across the state

Jan 30, 2024

South Carolina Department of Commerce rebrands with new focus

Development of the new strategy included research with more than 500 in-state, domestic and international stakeholders.

Dec 28, 2023

Employment and unemployment numbers grow in South Carolina

Both employment and unemployment climbed in South Carolina according to the Department of Employment and Workforce. More people in the state started looking for work but the number of workers also grew by …

Dec 18, 2023

Work begins on ‘transformational’ project in downtown Greenville

City and state elected officials broke ground on a plan designed to create a safer walking and biking environment between downtown Greenville and the city’s cultural amenities — including museums, theaters and the main library …

Chief Holbrook addresses how the new Law Enforcement and Judicial Center enhances the City of Columbia Police Department, as City Manager Teresa Wilson looks on. (Photo/Provided)
Dec 15, 2023

Columbia unveils location for new law enforcement, judicial center

The former Police Headquarters, at 1 Justice Square, has served the community for over a century, while the move consolidates the operational efficiency of the city’s law enforcement and judicial divisions.

Oct 5, 2023

Richland County is updating its land development code what to know

Zoning maps regulate land use and determine which areas are designated residential, commercial or multi-use development.

Oct 4, 2023

Mayor announces Charleston’s next police chief

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg said Chito Walker will be the city’s next police chief. The mayor made the announcement Oct. 4 during a press conference at Washington Square. The Charleston City Council will vote to confirm Walker’s appointment during their next meeting, scheduled for 5 p.m., Oct. 10.  Walker was named in[...]

Sep 27, 2023

South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority names new leader

Since its establishment by the South Carolina General Assembly in 1983, JEDA has facilitated more than $15.4 billion in financing for schools, health care and senior living providers, other public and private nonprofit organizations.

Sep 25, 2023

DRAINING: Here’s what’s going on underneath Charleston’s streets

There’s a lot going on under the streets of Charleston to alleviate drainage issues. One of the largest projects to come online in recent history is a "Crosstown" area deep tunnel system — a $200M project 10 years in the making.

Sep 25, 2023

37 Columbia non-profit organizations receive nearly $2M in grants

The grants are part of the Columbia City Council’s efforts to encourage organizations and agencies to continue offering innovative and needed services that enhance residents’ quality of life.