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Business

  • Business Briefcase 11-14-18

    Farmers market still open Saturday
    The Lancaster County Farmers Market, 1920 Pageland Highway, Lancaster, is open 7 a.m-1 p.m. Saturdays in November and December, while supplies last. The market offers local and S.C.-grown produce. Call (803) 285-5545 for details.

  • Business Briefcase 11-7-18

    Chamber offers new member orientation
    The Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce is offering a new program to help new members get involved and inform them of great ways to better use their chamber membership.
    During Chamber 101 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Nov. 7, chamber members and staff will make sure new members take full advantage of their membership benefits, networking opportunities and personal development opportunities.
    RSVP to brenda@lancasterchambersc.com to register or for details.

  • Business Briefcase 11-7-18

    Chamber offers new member orientation
    The Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce is offering a new program to help new members get involved and inform them of great ways to better use their chamber membership.
    During Chamber 101 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Nov. 7, chamber members and staff will make sure new members take full advantage of their membership benefits, networking opportunities and personal development opportunities.
    RSVP to brenda@lancasterchambersc.com to register or for details.

  • MPV Properties expands property operations group

    from MPV Properties
    MPV Properties has added four team members to its property operations group with the hiring of Adam Fitchue, Ruth Seay and Josh Suggs as property managers and Katrina Loyd as a property administrator.
    MPV also promoted Lauren Admirand, who has been with the company since 2017, to senior property manager. She manages RedStone in Indian Land.

  • Business Briefcase 10-31-18

    Sign up now for leadership program
    There is still time to sign up for Leadership Lancaster, which begins in November 2018 and continues until May 2019. For details, contact the chamber at (803) 283-4105 or Brenda@lancasterchambersc.com.

  • Ross donates $2,500 to Friends of DW Library

    from Friends of the Del Webb Library
    The Ross Stores Foundation believes in giving back to the communities where the company’s stores are located.
    The new Ross Dress for Less store at 7810 Charlotte Highway in the Promenade at Carolina Reserve is no exception.
    The foundation researched local nonprofits and chose the Friends of the Del Webb Library as the recipient of a donation in honor of the store’s grand opening celebration.

  • Business Briefcase 10-24-18

    Chamber’s After 5 Mix & Mingle! Oct. 25
    Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s next After 5 Mix & Mingle! is 5-7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Tavern at the Lakes at Carolina Lakes Golf Club in Sun City Carolina Lakes, 23012 Kingfisher Drive, Indian Land. The winners of the chamber’s annual Rub of the Green will be announced at the event. There is no charge for this event, which is sponsored by Founders Federal Credit Union. RSVP to the chamber at (803) 283-4105 or Brenda@lancasterchambersc.com.

  • Chamber wins group’s top award

    The Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce has been named Outstanding Chamber of the Year by the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.
    The local chamber competed against 27 other accredited chambers with 700 or fewer members. The award was presented at the CACCE’s annual management conference in Blowing Rock, N.C.

  • Movement Mortgage lays off 75 in IL

    Movement Mortgage, a big driver of the Panhandle’s recent economic boom, announced layoffs of 180 workers Thursday, Oct. 4, including 75 at its Indian Land headquarters.
    The company blamed lower loan volumes, a consequence of rising interest rates that have triggered a downturn in housing and mortgage markets across the country. It cited predictions for continued softening of loan demand in 2019.

  • Resolute selling Catawba plant for $300M

    Resolute Forest Products is selling its Catawba paper mill – the old Bowater plant, a major regional employer since the 1950s – to a California-based maker of cardboard-box materials for $300 million.
    Under the agreement’s terms, buyer New-Indy Containerboard will offer employment to all 460 Catawba employees when the sale is finished, likely around year-end, Resolute said in a statement.