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Charleston City Council approves zoning changes for Cainhoy Plantation

Charleston City Council unanimously passed zoning changes for Cainhoy Plantation, reports Charleston Business. The council members agreed to rezone Clements Ferry Road to a planned...

Clemson University’strustees approvehousing capital plans

Clemson University’s board of trustees gave final approval to the plan and related revenue bond resolutions for a $116-million core campus development, which will...

BOMAG toestablish North America HQ in Fairfield County, investing $18M

BOMAG Americas, a manufacturer of construction equipment, is establishing its North America headquarters in Fairfield County, reports The Associated Press. The company is investing more...

Eaton’s U.S. Engine Valve investing $34M to expand Westminster facility

Eaton said that its U.S. Engine Valve (USEV) joint venture with Nittan Valve Co. Ltd. will invest $40 million in engine valve manufacturing facilities...

The Conservation Fund selling 3,500-acre lakefront tract

The Conservation Fund, an environmental group that purchased a 3,500-acre tract on Lake Wateree from Greenwood Communities and Resorts, is now selling the tract...

Kent International building bicycle plant in Clarendon County

Kent International, a global supplier of bicycles and accessories for major retailers, is building a new bicycle-manufacturing facility in Clarendon County, the company announced...

The Kessler Collection building $30M boutique hotel in Charleston

The Kessler Collection broke ground on a 50-room, four-story boutique hotel in downtown Charleston, reports Charleston Business. Grand Bohemian Hotel Charleston is expected to open...

Construction delays at South Carolina nuclear plant

Construction has been delayed on two new reactors at the Virgil C. Summer Nuclear Station in Jenkinsville, South Carolina, WFAE reports. The reactors will take...

Columbia City Council to begin talks on public stadium

On Jan. 21, Columbia City Council voted to open formal negotiations with a minor-league baseball team owner to build a public stadium in the...

Lawmaker Raises Questions about Savannah River Site

A key member of the U.S. House Energy & Commerce subcommittee is raising new questions about the construction schedule and eventual cost of the...
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