2 Lowcountry firms take pitch prizes at Dig South

Good Done Great President Earl Bridges pitches at the Wild Pitch event on day one of DIG South in downtown Charleston. (Photo/Liz Segrist)North Charleston-based Good Done Great won more than $3,500 in the Wild Pitch event, in which 12 companies from around the Southeast competed for cash. Charleston-based The Scholarship System took home $5,000 in the Cohort 5 Pitch, in which eight companies from The Harbor Entrepreneur Center’s Cohort 5 competed.  Read More...

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Gov. Haley testifies in Washington against transferring Gitmo detainees

Gov. Nikki Haley urged U.S. lawmakers today not to move Guantanamo Bay terror detainees to Charleston. (Photo/File)Gov. Nikki Haley urged lawmakers today in Washington, D.C., to keep terror detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and not transfer them to U.S. soil. Department of Defense officials surveyed the U.S. Navy brig in Hanahan last year as a potential place to relocate the detainees.  Read More...

Charleston County leads state with $57,000 in home sales price gains

Homes sold in Charleston County last month for $57,000 more, on average, than what they were purchased for, according to a RealtyTrac report. Home sellers in Berkeley County saw a $4,650 gain, while those in Dorchester County saw an $8,724 gain.  Read More...

Charleston-based CresCom Bank’s net income up 38% in first quarter

CresCom Bank’s net income totaled $3.4 million in the first quarter. (Photo/Provided)Charleston-based CresCom Bank’s net income totaled $3.413 million for the three-month period ending March 31, which is about $940,000 more than the first quarter of 2015. The bank’s focus on commercial lending and residential mortgage lending prompted loans receivable to grow from $922.7 million on Dec. 31 to $964 million on March 31.  Read More...

Palmetto Primary Care Physicians temporarily closes Goose Creek Office

The practice, located at 105-A Springhall Drive, is expected to reopen later this year. A spokeswoman declined to provide a reason for the closure. Last month, the group’s Hanahan Office closed permanently. The group’s other Goose Creek facility, at 110-A Springhall Drive, will remain open. Read More...


Fashion Plate for April 28, 2016

Menswear designer Alexander Julian will be at Gwynn’s of Mount Pleasant this weekend. And Forever21 is holding a grand reopening of its King Street store on Saturday.  Read More...

Helping Out for April 27, 2016

Jim McDaniel, president and CEO of Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union, presents Relay For Life Community Manager Jaclyn Ferraro with the 2016 donation.Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union raised $7,100 to benefit the American Cancer Society at its 12th annual charity golf tournament April 1 at the Golf Club at Wescott Plantation in Summerville. Funds raised at the tournament and from other efforts throughout the year will be donated to the American Cancer Society at the Relay for Life on May 21 in Summerville.  Read More...