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Hollie Moore has joined SC Biz News as staff reporter in Charleston.
Jun 17, 2024

SC Biz News adds to team with hiring of Charleston staff writer

Hollie Moore will cover business news primarily in the Lowcountry, but she also will contribute to statewide SC Biz News coverage.

Ahead of a potential November referendum on a 1% sales tax to support infrastructure needs, Richland County officials are touting the benefits of the current program. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jun 17, 2024

Richland County eyes referendum on sales tax for transportation infrastructure

The program to date has funded more than $700 million of $1.07 billion projects in Richland County, officials say.

Darla Moore grew up on a Lake City farm to become one of the most sigfnificant players in banking and one of the state's best known philanthropists.
Jun 14, 2024

Business leader and philanthropist Darla Moore joins team to celebrate America’s 250th

Ambassador Circle will work to amplify efforts of events leading up to America’s observance of nation’s independence …

Trinity Partners represented both sides in the sale of 1907 Thurmond Mall in Columbia. (Photo/Trinity Partners)
Jun 13, 2024

Columbia office building sold

The buyer was attracted to the property due to its one-of-a-kind location and architecture

All major concrete placements have been completed on Saltstone Disposal Unit 10, the latest mega-size disposal unit being built at the Savannah River Site, bringing the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management and contractor Savannah River Mission Completion a step closer to achieving the liquid waste mission. This aerial view shows the final roof section being installed on the unit. (Photo/Savannah River Mission Completion)
Jun 13, 2024

Federal site in Aiken marks construction milestone on ‘mega-size’ radioactive waste units

More than 20,000 cubic yards of concrete is needed to build each unit.

Smith Robinson has named Eddie Benton as the firm’s new chief operating officer. (Photo/Smith Robinson)
Jun 12, 2024

Columbia law firm names new chief operating officer

The executive is a South Carolina native with more than three decades of experience in professional services administration.

Jun 12, 2024

Fitness entrepreneur leaves finance career behind for Camden gym

Phil Gephart worked in finance but found his passion in helping other people find health and fitness. (Photo/DepositPhotos)

Lula Drake Wine Parlour on Main Street in downtown Columbia won a James Beard Award in the Outstanding Wine and Other Beverages Program category. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jun 11, 2024

Columbia restaurant and bar wins James Beard Award

The 2024 Restaurant and Chef Awards winners are recognized across 22 categories.

TruVista has partnered with the Fairfield County School District with the construction of a state-of-the-art Technology Center at The Village in Winnsboro, a Community of Fairfield Educators, dedicated to supporting Fairfield County educators. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jun 10, 2024

Work begins on first-of-its-kind community in state in Fairfield County

The project marks a unique step toward improving teacher recruitment and retention in rural South Carolina.

USC President Michael Amiridis, Alex Molinaroli, Molinaroli’s wife Kristin Ihle Molinaroli, College of Engineering and Computing Dean Hossein Haj-Hariri, and Board of Trustees Chair Thad Westbrook unveil a sample of the signage that will adorn the Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing. (Photo/University of South Carolina)
Jun 6, 2024

$30M alumnus gift means new name for engineering college at the University of South Carolina

The official name, the University of South Carolina Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing, was announced on Thursday during a signage unveiling ceremony

Colliers has been selected as the new real estate management services provider for The Meridian, one of Columbia’s most iconic office towers. (Photo/Colliers South Carolina)
Jun 6, 2024

Colliers takes over management of downtown Columbia office tower

The 17-story tower's first level includes a well-known restaurant.

EPC Inc. has recently expanded its footprint in the Southeast U.S. in order to accommodate its growing service offering with a new facility in Columbia. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jun 5, 2024

Tech company completes $9.5M East Coast hub at former Columbia Walmart site

The company consolidated operations from its Atlanta facility and another South Carolina facility.