The company is working with state and local governments and local higher education institutions, such as Greenville Technical College, to fill the positions, according to an Oct. 25 news release.
The additional charges against George Tenney III, of Anderson, come as investigators sift through more than 4,000 closed circuit video files.
Company officials said the final choice for a location has been narrowed down to just a "couple" of cities but declined to specify where or exactly how many.
One of the highlights of the year in South Carolina’s Upstate returns in mid-September and it’s a must-do for anyone who loves food, wine, and music.
The city's Planning Commission must give final approval for the eight-story, mixed-use building on 1 acre of former industrial land at the doorstep of the $60 million park set to open this spring.
Just in time for Friday happy hour on Oct. 22 and a beautiful autumn weekend, the city stripped away the fence and opened the second of three pedestrian bridges.
The expansion includes a second manufacturing plant and an electron beam and x-ray sterilization facility. It will add 500 jobs.
The collection is now on display at the Upcountry History Museum. A Smithsonian affiliate, it is the only Southeastern stop for the exhibit.
While the future land use map currently designates the property as a low density area, it sits on the edge of an area where the map calls for medium density residential.
Canal Insurance Company, which specializes in commercial trucking and specialty transportation operations insurance, will lease about 65,000 square feet and be the anchor tenant.
The lawsuit was filed in the 13th District Court in Greenville the day after Greenville County Council for a second time rejected refunds. Several similar lawsuits have been filed across the state.
Joe Waters of Greenville-based Capita will participate in a program that aims to drive policy and political agendas around the success of children and families.
In a 7-5 vote, Greenville County Council for a second time denied refunds to those who paid two fees the state Supreme Court has ruled invalid.
Willis Meadows said FILOTs were intended as a recruitment tool to attract businesses to the county from out of state and not to give tax breaks to developers.
The developer said he is in discussion with multiple homebuilders for the project but didn’t have a total number of houses he planned to build.
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced Oct. 18 that Army Staff Sgt. William R. Linder, 30, of Piedmont, was accounted for long after he'd been marked unknown in a military cemetery in Belgium.
Greer's mayor calls it 'unethical.' The developer claims it was 'underhanded.' County Council Chairman Willis Meadows says he is sending a message about 'unfair' project incentives.
The 4-3 vote during an Oct. 18 meeting amended Mauldin's zoning ordinance to restrict the number of thrift stores and consignment shops allowed in the city.
Mayor Terry Merritt and council members Taft Matney, Jason Kraeling and Dale Black voted to hire George Miller as chief. Michael Reynolds, Diane Kuzniar and Carol King voted against.
The eight-story, mixed-use development received high praise this week from the city's Design Review Board, where few projects emerge unchanged.
Master planning for the project includes three proposed structures and initial sitework for phase one is expected to be completed before the end of 2021.
The court found the judge used his Facebook profile to encourage donations and served improperly as a character witness. It is his second suspension centered around social media use.
Fountain Inn is short roughly $400,000 each on two proposed projects aimed at improving the area just west of downtown.
The ownership change would stretch 3.2 miles from Mauldin Road north to downtown, where the corridor calms and becomes River Street.
General Electric Gas Power in Greenville will invest $5 million into the Upstate over five years in a partnership with Clemson University to implement the Next Engineers program.
The Grand Bohemian Hotel in Greenville is now anticipated to open in April 2022. Also: six Upstate charitites to receive almost $684,000 from BMW Charity Pro-Am; new Planet Fitness opens on Woodruff Road.
A virtual forum was held Oct. 12 featuring Cathy McCabe and Jerome Rice, who are running for the Spartanburg mayor in the Nov. 2 election.
The city administrator said the company's extensive experience with municipal projects and its performance during the interview process distinguished it from the other applicants.
Once quarantined, Greenville County students must remain out of the classroom for 10 days, or seven if able to obtain a negative test five days after exposure.
The former South Carolina governor graduated from Clemson in 1994 with a bachelor's degree in accounting. She will fill the seat vacated by Trustee David H. Wilkins.
Marsh is the first person to be sentenced in the failed nuclear project but three others have been charged with covering up the failures that ultimately led to its downfall.
The brewing company's Greenville location will be home to its sour and barrel-aging program. The space will also have a brewhouse, restaurant, beer garden, stage and outdoor bar.
Mauldin conducted 1,400 building inspections in August, the most ever in one month. The record was short lived, broken in September with 1,434.
The Post and Courier spoke with dozens of education administration officials, teachers, parents and students in South Carolina schools as the school year kicked off amid a rising COVID-19 surge. We talked to people desperate for mask mandates and vaccine incentives, as well as those who are adamantly opposed to them. These are their stories.
Private landowners are asking permission to build an upscale, mixed-use high rise on an acre of land it traded with the city last year.
The city bought four new trucks and hired several additional public works employees earlier this year to begin offering garbage pickup on Aug. 30.
The abandoned mill at Pacific Street in Lyman has been an eyesore since it closed in 2005. Town Council is hopeful the site will be redeveloped, possibly for mixed-use.
The candidates discussed gun violence, affordable housing, economic development and diversity. Additional municipal candidate forums will be held Oct. 12 and 22.
The 14-year-old student who brought the weapon to school is being charged. Riverside High School was briefly on lockdown while Greer police handled the incident.
The council approved rezoning six acres for a Safe Harbor domestic violence shelter offices and apartments but turned down a pair of rezonings elsewhere in the county.
The 1 million-square-foot facility in Anderson has operated since 1986 and manufactures textiles for awning, marine and furniture markets.
The state Joint Bond Review Committee moved along three major Clemson University capital projects during an Oct. 5 meeting.
Fountain Inn Planning Commission approved 74 houses alongside Carolina Springs Golf Course. An earlier version with 63 houses and 55 townhomes was tabled twice and then rejected.
More than 75,000 new BMW vehicles were sold in the U.S. during the company's third quarter, BMW of North America reported, attributing some of the company's success to its Spartanburg operation.
The mobile clinic is set to provide medical, dental, and school-based care to those in the Upstate. The company also plans to use buses and vans to help patients get to appointments.
The county will, at least for now, keep nearly $30 million in fees collected over the past four years. The vote came shortly after a majority of council supported refunds during a committee meeting.
The appeals court in its Oct. 5 order remanded the request for an emergency stay back to the district court in Columbia that ruled the state law discriminatory against disabled children.
The Neighborhood Dining Group president David Howard wrote in a statement that the restaurant's "efforts in Greenville have not yielded the success that we had hoped."
The school district's testing sites can cut quarantine times by 30 percent, but only 30 percent of students in quarantine are using them, Superintendent Burke Royster said.
City Council recently voted 4-3 to approve first reading of and ordinance which would limit the number of thrift stores that could operate in the city and block a ReStore consignment shop.
Of the 15 universities that make up the Atlantic Coast Conference, Clemson has the second smallest endowment. Officials marked the milestone but are focused on continued growth.