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Apr 7, 2022

Oshkosh contract under fire from House Democrats

In March, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives requested an investigation into the Postal Service's plans for the Oshkosh contract and its compliance with federal reporting practices. The company reiterated the new facility c

Apr 7, 2022

S.C. auto industry braces for continued shortage

Ukraine supplies the 70% of the world's neon and 90% of the purified neon used to etch circuits into a semiconductor chip's silicon surface in the United States. Auto makers and suppliers in South Carolina

Apr 6, 2022

$101 million allocated to SC capital fund

South Carolina venture capital and small business loan programs will soon be able to take advantage of more than $101 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding earmarked for the state. The deadline for

Apr 5, 2022

S.C. counties narrow list of ARPA projects

Greenville took the lead for South Carolina's ARPA fund county allocations in 2021, with Spartanburg County following behind with one of the fifth-highest budgets in the state. Here's where the GSA plans to spend that money

Apr 4, 2022

SCMA honors sector leaders with ‘Defender of Manufacturing’ award

The South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance Executive Committee recognized two industry leaders from the public and private sector at a celebratory dinner at the Greenville's Poinsett Club on March 31. The CEO and president of Greenville

Mar 31, 2022

Unity Park nears opening with new donation

One Greenville-headquartered company donated $250,000 to dedicate the park's central plaza to local community leader ...

Mar 24, 2022

Postal Service orders 1st round of Spartanburg-made vehicles

The U.S. Postal Service and Oshkosh Defense are moving forward with plans to replace post office vehicles around the country. The Postal Service today said it has ordered the first round of vehicles to be built

Mar 21, 2022

International business conference hosted in Upstate

Scholars, business leaders and community players including multiple ambassadors, executives of global corporations and think tank researchers will speak at

Mar 15, 2022

Scott introduces home health care bill to Senate

Sen. Tim Scott argues the continuation of a COVID-19 home health care program will help cut patient costs and ease the pressure on

Mar 15, 2022

Greenville, Clemson among first in US to launch ride-sharing network

Greenville, San Francisco and Miami are the first three cities in the country to establish an electric ride-sharing network with at least six charging stations slated for city of Greenville parking garages by

Mar 7, 2022

Russian exports from SC are small piece of export pie

South Carolinians may be more than aware of damage the Russian invasion of Ukraine has wreaked at the gas pump. But while Russian exports barely register on the economic radar for many states

Mar 4, 2022

Plans underway for first SC park in 20 years

In most state parks, trails may follow the path of a river and even cross it a few times, but at South Carolina’s newest park, a river is