If you are opening a new business this summer, the IRS has some basic federal tax information to help you get started.
Camden Media Co., parent company of the Chronicle-Independent, is proud to announce the promotion of staff reporter Michael Ulmer to assistant editor and the hiring of Tenell Felder as Localife editor.
Automotive News, a weekly automotive industry newspaper, recently recognized Mark Mason Jr., general manager of Lugoff Ford in Lugoff, as one of its "40 Under 40" up-and-coming dealers or mangers from around the country. Automotive News' July 16 cover story identified young, talented and ambitious individuals that are making a mark in this highly competitive industry.
Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Liz Horton recently graduated from the Institute for Organization Management (IOM), the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Horton completed 96 hours of course instruction in nonprofit management to become an IOM graduate.
The board of directors of First Palmetto Financial Corporation, parent company of First Palmetto Bank, has declared an annual dividend of $2,500 per share of common stock.
Local businessman Dan Cantey is aiming to give back to his community in more ways than one this summer. His new venture -- a mobile shaved-ice shop -- has not only provided an escape from triple-digit heat waves, but has helped to supply a boost to local non-profit organizations.
Camden resident Steve Reynolds has been named as the new executive director of Camp Discovery at His Acres, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recreational therapy camp in Blythewood. Reynolds will work closely with Camp Discovery founder Donna Johnson, who will serve in the role of program director for the recreation therapy camp.
It's been 18 months since the city of Camden announced that Chick-fil-A was looking to locate in Camden. In January 2011, officials said they knew the restaurant company was looking to locate somewhere near Wateree River on West DeKalb Street.
County councilman. State attorney general's assistant. Private attorney. Circuit court judge. South Carolina U.S. Attorney. Chief of the S.C. State Law Enforcement Division (SLED).
Fresenius Medical Care (NYSE: FMS) is the world's leading company devoted to patient-oriented renal therapy. The company provides kidney dialysis treatments to approximately 233,000 patients worldwide in Africa, the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Latin America and North America, including Lugoff as Lugoff-Elgin Dialysis.
Betsy Greenway, longtime advertising director of Camden Media Co., has been named general manager of the company, according to publisher, Mike Mischner. "This well-deserved promotion, in actuality, formalizes a role Betsy has been functioning in for quite some time," said Mischner.
The editorial leadership of the Chronicle-Independent (C-I) changes today, as Martin L. Cahn, previously associate editor, assumes the editor's post and Keri Todd Boyce, Localife and West Wateree Chronicle (WWC) editor, becomes managing editor.
The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce (KCCC) held its 102nd annual meeting, awards gala and reception Tuesday at home in the Robert Mills Courthouse.
Billy Watkins has joined Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network at 622 W. DeKalb St. in Camden.
Dr. Harrison Goodwin was named this month as the new superintendent of Chesterfield County School District.
South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G) will close its Camden office May 29, according to a letter included with customers' most recent bills. The office's address is 205 Sumter Hwy., at the corner of Ehrenclou Drive where South Broad Street becomes Sumter Highway.
TruVista, which provides cable television, internet and telephone services, experienced an outage for much of Tuesday.
Camden Media Co. announces the addition of Michell Holden as its new advertising sales representative. Holden will be calling on local businesses for advertising in Camden Media Co. publications.
U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents and officers from the Camden Police Department (CPD) entered the Old Armory Steak & Seafood restaurant on Rutledge Street around 1:45 p.m. Tuesday and seized the business.
Springdale Plaza has a new owner. In mid-February, ProVest PDQ Sprindale LLC, part of a merger between ProVest Properties, an investment company, and PDQ Properties Corp. Officially, according to a deed filed at the Kershaw County Registrar of Deeds Office, ProVest PDQ paid $10 and "other valuable consideration" to DDR DownREIT LLC, an Ohio limited liability company. DDR used to be known as Developers Diversified Realty Corp.
Suominen is looking to expand its Bethune operation, according to a press release published Thursday on the company's website.
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