NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association advocates in the legislative and regulatory arenas on behalf of nearly 900 independent, telecommunications companies that are leading innovation in rural America.
The announcement was made at the NTCA 2014 Fall Conference held last week in San Francisco.
According to the agreement, which has passed the second of three readings, the company intends to bring 30 jobs and investment $35 million over five years.
A nom de plume, like Project Douglas, is common in public economic deals to protect the company’s identity during talks. One of the more famous monikers in the county is Maguro Enterprises, which was the front for Google Inc. when it went into talks with the county in 2007.
Berkeley County Council approved the third and final reading for creation of the Nexton Improvement District that will fund the system at the private development near Interstate 26 and 17-A.
The coffee shop is located at 514 St. James Avenue in Goose Creek right by the Chick-fil-A.
Biggby Coffee began hiring for baristas in the tricounty area for its newest location two months ago.
It has two other nearby locations on Dorchester Road in North Charleston and Trolly Road in Summerville.
If you offer a chance to win 10 grand to the winner, they’ll definitely come.
The $10,000 is the prize money offered by the Southern Barbecue Network’s inaugural Team of the Year barbecue competition as part of the first annual Moncks Corner Barbecue Festical on Nov. 7-8 at the new Moncks Corner Region Recreation Complex.
Founded in the waning days of World War II as Charleston’s Community Chest, the United Way has moved from funding local agencies to focus on uniting nonprofits, businesses, government agencies and others to address these needs.
N. Charleston, S.C. / September 16, 2014 – On Thursday September 18 at 4:30 p.m., Trident Cancer Center will hold a ribbon cutting for its new expansion. Trident Cancer Center staff and physicians, North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, Representative Jenny Horne and other local elected officials will be on hand for this momentous occasion.
The 3,500 square foot expansion includes the addition of the TruBeam Linear Accelerator, which delivers more powerful cancer treatments with pinpoint accuracy and precision. Trident Cancer Center’s TrueBeam is the first in the Charleston area to be equipped with optical intracranial tracking solution software. The TrueBeam imager can produce the three-dimensional images used to fine-tune tumor targeting in 60% less time than compared with previous Varian image-guided technologies.
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Target Corp. awarded the grant to Berkeley County First Steps.
The grant will be used to support the Berkeley County Early Readers Fund, Berkeley County First Steps Executive Director Adrienne Troy-Frazier said.
“We are grateful to Target for their investment in Berkeley County children and families,” she said. “We look forward to sharing outcomes as we progress with this program that will go beyond only providing books to children.”