The S.C. State Ports Authority board unanimously approved the highest capital plan in its history when it unanimously passed the fiscal year 2017 financial plan on Wednesday. More »
Full-time S.C. resident undergraduates will pay $5,693 per semester, and out-of-state undergrads will pay $14,772. In-state graduate students will pay $6,262 per semester, and out-of-state graduate students will pay $16,249. More »
After state funding was pulled from the long-delayed I-526 extension project, Charleston County Council Chairman Elliott Summey said last week the county has no plans “to apply for funds that are already More »
Cmdr. Brett Pugsley assumed the position of commanding officer of Naval Consolidated Brig Charleston at a changeover ceremony Friday at Joint Base Charleston. The military prison can hold over 270 prisoners.
After state funding was pulled from the long-delayed I-526 extension project, Charleston County Council Chairman Elliott Summey said last week the county has no plans “to apply for funds that are already allocated to us.”
Starbucks is building a location in the Nexton community near the intersection of U.S. Highway 17A and I-26, off Exit 199B in Summerville. The new location will include drive-through service. Opening is scheduled for later this year.
Gov. Nikki Haley said some vetoed items, including a feasibility study to relocate the Confederate Relic Room from Columbia to Charleston, represent attempts to micromanage government or to push pet projects. The General Assembly will consider her vetoes Wednesday.
Oconee County Council has approved incentives for BASF to invest at least $30 million and up to $60 million at its plant in Seneca. A company statement said its Seneca site plans “to upgrade existing equipment to produce a new
The Business Journal and its affiliate publication in the Midlands were honored by the Alliance of Area Business Publishers during a trade group convention held over the weekend in Des Moines, Iowa.
Jack Owens of Lee & Associates Charleston represented the seller, Hagerman Court LLC, in the sale of 10 parcels at Line and Meeting streets in downtown Charleston, known as AAA Storage, to East Line Partners LLC for $8 million.
The Naval Consolidated Brig in Hanahan is one of 13 potential sites under consideration to house some prisoners if the facility in Cuba closed.