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  1. Officials say infrastructure needs long-term fixRead the original story

    May 12, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    More than 8,000 people a day drive in and out of the BMW Manufacturing site in Greer, approaching it from an interstate built for 1970s and 1980s traffic capacity, according to Max Metcalf, manager of government and community relations for BMW Manufacturing Co. He said issues with Interstate 85 in the Upstate are also a concern for the company's suppliers and trucking companies.

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  2. Husqvarna planning 513,000-square-foot distribution center in OrangeburgRead the original story

    May 5, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Husqvarna Consumer Outdoor Products N.A. Inc., which manufactures outdoor power products, is planning to build a 513,000-square-foot main distribution center on its Orangeburg manufacturing campus as part of a $29.8 investment at the facility. The building, which will serve warehousing, staging and storage functions and will use automation to transfer finished products from assembly lines, will be built on the campus at 172 Old Elloree Road .

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  3. Manufacturer, educator, jobs chief see progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce Director Cheryl Stanton , S.C. Technical College System President Jimmie Williamson and S.C. Manufacturers Alliance President and CEO Lewis Gossett speak as panelists at a workforce development discussion today. New programs in South Carolina are better at coordinating workforce development and connecting people to opportunities for well-paying manufacturing jobs, according to Lewis Gossett, president and CEO of the S.C. Manufacturers Alliance .

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  4. State workforce board OKs $200,000 for apprenticeship initiativeRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Staff Report [email protected] Published Feb. 5, 2016 The State Workforce Development Board has launched an initiative to award $200,000 in grants for apprenticeships. The initiative aims to provide more training and employment opportunities for "priority" populations such as individuals with disabilities, ex-offenders, youth and others, according to the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce .

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  5. State workforce board OKs $200,000 for apprenticeship initiativeRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Staff Report [email protected] Published Feb. 5, 2016 The State Workforce Development Board has launched an initiative to award $200,000 in grants for apprenticeships. The initiative aims to provide more training and employment opportunities for "priority" populations such as individuals with disabilities, ex-offenders, youth and others, according to the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce .

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  6. Lowcountry Biz Boil, Jan. 15, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Rep. Tommy Pope, R-York, listens to Rep. Gary Simrill, R-York, make a point during a legislative workshop held last week in Columbia. Lowcountry Biz Boil is a steaming pot of Lowcountry goodness featuring interesting stuff from the Business Journal staff.

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  7. Funding for roads, bridges back on S.C. Chamber's to-do listRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    By Chuck Crumbo [email protected] Published Jan. 13, 2016 The S.C. Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, which focuses on some of the same issues the business organization has championed for years: finding money to pay for roads and bridges; workforce development and education; and reforming the process of obtaining a business license. "The business community is committed to advancing the state of South Carolina," said Ted Pitts, chamber president and CEO.

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  8. Funding for roads, bridges back on S.C. Chamber's to-do listRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    By Chuck Crumbo [email protected] Published Jan. 13, 2016 The S.C. Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, which focuses on some of the same issues the business organization has championed for years: finding money to pay for roads and bridges; workforce development and education; and reforming the process of obtaining a business license. "The business community is committed to advancing the state of South Carolina," said Ted Pitts, chamber president and CEO.

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  9. Lowcountry Biz Boil, Jan. 15, 2016Read the original story

    Jan 15, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Rep. Tommy Pope, R-York, listens to Rep. Gary Simrill, R-York, make a point during a legislative workshop held last week in Columbia. Lowcountry Biz Boil is a steaming pot of Lowcountry goodness featuring interesting stuff from the Business Journal staff.

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  10. State workforce board OKs $200,000 for apprenticeship initiativeRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Staff Report [email protected] Published Feb. 5, 2016 The State Workforce Development Board has launched an initiative to award $200,000 in grants for apprenticeships. The initiative aims to provide more training and employment opportunities for "priority" populations such as individuals with disabilities, ex-offenders, youth and others, according to the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce .

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  11. Truck driver dies in accident at port; investigation into incident underwayRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Charleston Business Journal

    A truck driver died in an accident Friday afternoon at the North Charleston Terminal , according to a statement from the S.C. State Ports Authority . Derek Boyd of Orangeburg died in the accident.

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  12. Funding for roads, bridges back on S.C. Chamber's to-do listRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    By Chuck Crumbo [email protected] Published Jan. 13, 2016 The S.C. Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, which focuses on some of the same issues the business organization has championed for years: finding money to pay for roads and bridges; workforce development and education; and reforming the process of obtaining a business license. "The business community is committed to advancing the state of South Carolina," said Ted Pitts, chamber president and CEO.

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  13. Truck driver dies in accident at port; investigation into incident underwayRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Charleston Business Journal

    A truck driver died in an accident Friday afternoon at the North Charleston Terminal , according to a statement from the S.C. State Ports Authority . Derek Boyd of Orangeburg died in the accident.

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  14. Funding for roads, bridges back on S.C. Chamber's to-do listRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    By Chuck Crumbo [email protected] Published Jan. 13, 2016 The S.C. Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, which focuses on some of the same issues the business organization has championed for years: finding money to pay for roads and bridges; workforce development and education; and reforming the process of obtaining a business license. "The business community is committed to advancing the state of South Carolina," said Ted Pitts, chamber president and CEO.

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  15. Lowcountry Biz Boil, Jan. 15, 2016Read the original story

    Jan 15, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Rep. Tommy Pope, R-York, listens to Rep. Gary Simrill, R-York, make a point during a legislative workshop held last week in Columbia. Lowcountry Biz Boil is a steaming pot of Lowcountry goodness featuring interesting stuff from the Business Journal staff.

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  16. Lowcountry Biz Boil, Jan. 15, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    Rep. Tommy Pope, R-York, listens to Rep. Gary Simrill, R-York, make a point during a legislative workshop held last week in Columbia. Lowcountry Biz Boil is a steaming pot of Lowcountry goodness featuring interesting stuff from the Business Journal staff.

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  17. Funding for roads, bridges back on S.C. Chambera s to-do listRead the original story

    Jan 13, 2016 | Charleston Business Journal

    By Chuck Crumbo [email protected] Published Jan. 13, 2016 The S.C. Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its 2016 Competitiveness Agenda, which focuses on some of the same issues the business organization has championed for years: finding money to pay for roads and bridges; workforce development and education; and reforming the process of obtaining a business license. "The business community is committed to advancing the state of South Carolina," said Ted Pitts, chamber president and CEO.

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  18. Truck driver dies in accident at port; investigation into incident underwayRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Charleston Business Journal

    A truck driver died in an accident Friday afternoon at the North Charleston Terminal , according to a statement from the S.C. State Ports Authority . Derek Boyd of Orangeburg died in the accident.

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  19. CSX restores rail service between Charleston, Florence; other lines still outRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2015 | Charleston Business Journal

    CSX has resumed train service on its A Line between Charleston and Florence after extensive flooding last week slowed or stalled service to the Lowcountry. Other lines or parts of tracks remain closed because of washout conditions.

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  20. CofC to automatically accept top local studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | Charleston Business Journal

    Starting in fall 2016, Lowcountry students in the top 10% of their graduating class won't have to worry about whether they'll be accepted to college. The College of Charleston will automatically accept students in the top 10% of their graduating class at public schools in Berkeley, Charleston, Clarendon, Colleton, Dorchester, Orangeburg and Williamsburg counties, according to a news release from the college.

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