Wells Fargo awards $243,500 to S.C. tech colleges

Tech grant 10-29

 

The money will be used to support workforce development training programs, community development work and scholarships at the state’s 15 technical colleges, which serve more than 250,000 South Carolinians. Read More...

Colonial Life awards $25,000 grants to schools

Teachers in 22 Richland One schools received grants of up to $1,000 to purchase equipment and technology for science, technology, engineering, arts and math courses. Read More...

State Fair plans new building, extra ticket booths

The new structure, which will a pre-engineered metal building, will be located next to the Canty Building on the fairgrounds. In addition, fair officials plan to renovate the Rosewood Drive gate and build two new tickets booths.
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Colonial Life helps deliver Unum solid Q3

The Colonial Life segment of the company, which provides financial protection benefits, notched a 3.2% increase in operating income to $71.2 million in the third quarter compared with $69.0 million in the third quarter of 2013. Read More...

First Community breaks ground in Blythewood

Being the second fastest growing municipality in South Carolina, Blythewood offers “tremendous opportunities,” said Mike Crapps, president and CEO of Lexington-based First Community Bank. Read More...


S.C. hospitals graded for patient safety

McLeod Medical Center Dillon and McLeod Regional Medical Center and Health System in Florence received a Grade A from The Leapfrog Group’s Hospital Safety Score. The Hospital Safety Score assigns A, B, C, D and F grades to hospitals based on their ability to prevent errors, injuries and infections. Read More...

Shearouse named EDTS sales manager

A native of Savannah and long-time Augusta resident, Scott Shearouse has more than 20 years of business-to-business experience including sales management and customer service and support roles. He will maintain a presence in Augusta and Columbia. Read More...