The 5,000-acre Nexton community in Berkeley County will see a new developer on June 1 when the acquisition of the current developer, Newland, takes place. Unlike, Newland, the buyer, Brookfield Residential, is a developer and a homebuilder.

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A recent community needs assessment by the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments showcased some of the concerns of low- and moderate-income residents in the county. The purpose was to note any responses that could be taken with the Community Block Grant Program. 

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For more than 20 years, Second Chance Thrift Shop has been directly funneling all of its profits into Summerville organizations that support residents facing hardship. This year, volunteers with the shop hope to reach $100,000.

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Summerville has seen tremendous growth over the years, with more people and companies flocking to the Lowcountry town in the pines. And while that growth has created opportunities for business and entrepreneurship, some residents want to ensure support for Black- and minority-owned businesses.

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Anders Gustafsson, head of the company's U.S. operations, told dealers that if the chip drought drags on, the automaker will focus on production of higher-demand sport-utility vehicles rather than slower-selling cars, such as the S60 that's built at a $1.1 billion manufacturing campus off Interstate 26, according to a report by Automotive News.

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A 73-acre parcel along North Maple Street and Old Dairy Road in Summerville could soon become a large mixed-use development of commercial and residential uses after a pair of Mount Pleasant investors recently paid nearly $10 million for the property on the edge of Dorchester County near the new Nexton Parkway interchange on Interstate 26. 

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Retail giant Walmart's decision to build a $220 million import distribution center off Interstate 26 in Dorchester County was by far the biggest economic development announcement in the Charleston region in 2020, according to a new report from the S.C. Commerce Department.

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SUMMERVILLE —The State Ports Authority is partnering with a Charlotte developer to build the largest speculative industrial building in the region with the goal of bringing more cargo through the Charleston waterfront.

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Shares of Aeterna Zentaris jumped after the company announced a possible agreement with a German research university working on an immunization alternative. 

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