Locally owned Paradise Pools & Spas is adding another member to its team, just in time for the beginning of pool season.
Samira Kattan and Yeadon Hayne Smith have recently joined the Summerville Main Street office of Carolina One Real Estate Services.
It’s spring flowers for March as Art Central Gallery features “Lavender Rhythms” — works in oil by Alexandra Kassing.
The Community Christian Store is hosting an evening of joyous and uplifting praise music by Shelley Giguere for Third Thursday, March 20, from 5 - 8 p.m.
Oakbrook Middle School Guitar Ensemble played music for the staff and guests at Nicklas Dental during the business’ open house March 6.
Verizon Wireless is looking to fill 98 new positions in the state of South Carolina by the end of March.
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Children’s Trust of South Carolina has received a fundraising challenge match. Current and past leadership volunteers have agreed to match citizen donations to Children’s Trust made through the state income tax Check-Off program.
The S.C. Small Business Development Center is hosting a small business procurement opportunities workshop, offering the following services:
The Town of Summerville’s Vision Plan will be the topic of discussion at the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce’s Monthly Morning Power Hour on Tuesday, March 11.
Since 2007 Kona Ice has given more than $13 million back to neighborhood schools, organizations and sports teams on a national level.
Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union is hosting the Thurs., Feb. 27, Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours (BAH).
Larry P. Weatherford, CFP, CLU, CASL was recently honored as the New York Life Agent of the Year for the Greater South Carolina General Office.
In 1984, 23-year-old David Pulliam decided to open his own business in Summerville. Pulliam Home Remodeling was small then; the company focused on windows, siding and roofing, was operated out of Pulliam’s house and he worked in the field on the projects alongside employees.
More than 140 South Carolina Electric & Gas contractors were released Feb. 5 to assist two Northeastern utilities being hit by winter storm Nika, which impacted the region with a mix of ice and heavy snow.
The Charleston Electrical Contractors Association (CECA) will hold its annual Electricians Competition and Career Fair on Saturday, March 15, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Advanced Manufacturing Center (in the rear of Building 920) on the Main Campus of Trident Technical College located at 7000 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston.
First Choice by Select Health of South Carolina is offering two scholarships to qualified applicants furthering their education or pursuing a second career in 2014. The annual First Choice member scholarship program is open to all First Choice members. Applications are due by Sat., March 15. Select Health offers the First Choice Medicaid health …
South Carolina Federal Credit Union is offering the follow free financial classes:
Roper Hospital has announced it has earned the Healthgrades 2014 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence.
Imani Lee Inc. of San Diego, whose CEO, Lee Martin, is a Summerville native, has been approved by the United Nations to participate in the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).
Edward C. O’Bryan III, M.D., has been added to the medical staff of Nason Medical Center as an urgent/emergency care physician, it was announced last …
Cal Griffin, Linda Masullo and Willona Torres have been welcomed to the Summerville Main Street office of Carolina One Real Estate.
Lou Vega has joined PST Inc. of North Charleston as a technical specialist.
In January McKenzie’s Bake Shop partnered with Coastal Coffee Roasters to better serve the Summerville area. The new partnership is located at 108 East 3rd North Street at Coastal Coffee Roasters.
Although ethics reform and nullification of the Affordable Care Act evoke strong emotions, Rep. Jenny Horne (R-Dist. 94) said Monday, there are more …