Weylchem, a chemical company with U.S. operations based in Elgin, will open a new production line this month for ammonia borane, a substance used to power fuel cells.
Included in today's newspaper is the inaugural edition of The Camden Horse magazine, Camden Media Co.'s first venture into magazine publishing. In addition to being inserted into the Chronicle-Independent, The Camden Horse is also available for pickup at key locations throughout Kershaw County. Total distribution of the magazine is 8,000, providing, by far, the largest distribution of any horse publication in the area. The Camden Horse will also be available online under "Special print sections" at www.chronicle-independent.com, benefiting both readers and advertisers.
Morningside of Camden has a new executive director, Daryl Orage, who comes to the area from Charleston.
AgSouth Farm Credit, which has an office in Lugoff, had net earnings of $9.3 million during the third quarter of 2011. Year-to-date earnings for the customer-owned cooperative total nearly $26.4 million and were below 2010 earnings by approximately $3 million.
It's almost time for the 2011 Kershaw County Christmas Parade.
Chester-based TruVista, which provides communications and technology services in Kershaw County, has entered into two definitive asset purchase agreements to acquire the cable television systems serving Toccoa and Clayton, Ga.
Dr. Emily Hoppmann is the new owner of Elgin Veterinary Hospital, located at 1240 Pine St., Elgin. Elgin Veterinary Hospital is a small animal and exotic animal clinic, providing full-service medical and surgical care for pets. As a full service hospital, the facility offers a multitude of services which can be viewed on its website at www.elginvethospital.com. Laurie Young is practice manager. "Elgin Veterinary Hospital strives to offer premier service at reasonable prices in a warm family-like environment," said Hoppmann. "We look forward to meeting you and your beloved pet soon." The phone number is (803) 408-0383. Office ...
The Lucky Duck, a nook for new and used merchandise, is now open at 1714 Jefferson Davis Highway North, Camden.
Weston Adams III of Camden, an attorney with McAngus Goudelock & Courie in Columbia, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2012 edition.
Camden Pro Service LLC offers electronics repair ranging from laptop and desktop computers and game systems to LCD and plasma televisions.
Jamie N. Costello of Alexandria, Va., formerly of Lugoff, has been recognized in an employee recognition publication of Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) for her outstanding job performance.
A coalition of 19 chambers of commerce in the Midlands area -- including the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce -- will work together on regional issues affecting business and commerce. Chamber First Vice President Chip Galloway reported on a recent meeting of the Midstate Chamber Coalition at the local chamber's Thursday meeting.
Dr. Linda Campbell has joined Sentinel Health Partners Primary Care Elgin.
Crazy Crab, a seafood market and bait and tackle store, has opened at 442 Longtown Road in Lugoff.
The idea of testing the waters now has new meaning with the opening of Camden native Alan Massebeau's hot dog business on Lake Wateree. For five years, Massebeau sold hot dogs and various other snacks from a boat on the waters of Sandy Island, but he has returned to his hometown in hopes of establishing a similar operation on Lake Wateree
The board of directors of First Palmetto Financial Corporation, parent company of First Palmetto Bank, has declared a quarterly dividend of $350 per share of common stock. The dividend to stockholders of record as of Oct 24, 2014 will be payable October 31, 2014.
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