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Friday, March 22, 2019

RealtyLink and COR3 Design announce new office in Greenville

RealtyLink, LLC announced Tuesday that the firm’s corporate headquarters is moving to a new location in Downtown Greenville. According to a press release, the move will help the commercial real estate developer’s need for more space and to accommodate the growth of the company in order to better serve its clientele. The new office will […]

Compassus finds a new home in Greenville

The Compassus Hospice Program serving Greenville moved last week to a new office space at 16 Mills Avenue, Suite 6, in Greenville. “Our new office will provide better access to our services with the purpose of helping more community members experience the highest possible quality of life and benefit from more meaningful moments surrounded by […]

Top 5: Productivity apps to organize your workload

Even the most goal-oriented and organized individual has trouble focusing on his/her present task. Minds wander, but fortunately there are apps on the market whose sole purpose is to help you maximize your time. Don’t allow yourself to fall behind—download these Top Productivity Apps and watch your efficiency take off. ToDoist Phone reminders can only […]

On the Move: Jeff Benedict

Jeff Benedict has joined CBRE as an associate. Based in Greenville, Benedict is a member of CBRE’s industrial and logistics team. Previously, he brokered small multifamily and residential investment properties and leased small retail centers in Greenvi...

Fast-food workers win back wages against Greenville company

The U.S. Department of Labor Investigations has found wage violations at Kentucky Fried Chicken and Arby’s locations in South Carolina and Georgia. The Greenville-based company, Whiteford’s Inc, who operates 30 fast-food restaurants has paid $32,797 in back wages to 298 employees for violating the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act […]

Construction begins on Falls Tower in Camperdown development

Construction has begun on Falls Tower, a 17-story mixed-use building within the Camperdown development at the corner of South Main and East Broad streets, across from the Peace Center. Falls Tower will include seven floors of office space, accounting for 196,092 square feet; 33,231 square feet of retail/restaurant space; one floor of conference space; and […]

Fluor to design, build, finance, operate & maintain LAX people mover

Fluor Corporation has announced that its LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) joint venture team broke ground today on the Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Automated People Mover project for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). Fluor, which has a branch on Fluor Daniel Drive in Greenville, and its partners will oversee the $4.9 billion project over […]

Hands-on learning at Greenville Tech

Thanks to a $70,000 gift from John I. Smith Charities, medical students at Greenville Technical College have access to new human patient simulators. Greenville Tech will purchase two Laerdal SimMan ALS manikins. The new models will join 14 other simulators at the college’s Simulation Technologies and Training Center (STAT). Human patient simulators allow students to […]

On the Move: Steven Cunningham

Steven Cunningham has been selected as principal of Prince of Peace Catholic School in Taylors. His tenure will begin in the summer. Cunningham graduated from Minnesota State University and earned his master’s degree from the University of St. Thomas in curriculum and instruction with a special focus in Catholic education in leadership. Previously, he has held teaching and […]

Five year, $60 million investment in Greenville facility

Greenville County will benefit from 3M’s $60 million planned capital investment over the next five years to increase its manufacturing capacity and enhance its infrastructure at its operations in Greenville. 3M Greenville manufactures and distributes film, industrial adhesives and other materials and related products used in electronics, packaging, health care and the automotive industry. “County Council […]

On the Move: Ally Powell

Ally Powell has joined South State Bank’s private banking team. Powell is located in the 200 E. Broad St. office in Greenville. In her role, she builds relationships with and serves clients across the Upstate. Prior to her banking career, Powell had successful careers in sales and journalism. Most recently, she served as a reporter and anchor […]

Marchant Real Estate welcomes new agents

Marchant Real Estate has on-boarded BrownStone Property Advisors as its newest team of agents. According to a press release, agents Rhett Brown, Kirby Stone, Tatum Stone and Christina Taylor are teaming up to make home buying and selling in the Upstate easier than ever. Their mission is to provide the highest level of real estate […]

On the Move: Tamela Spann

Tamela Spann has been promoted to vice president of strategic initiatives at Hollingsworth Funds. In her new role, Spann supports the advancement of the organization’s strategy development, relationship building with community partners, and grant portfolio management. She has served at Hollingsworth Funds since 2015. Spann has more than 25 years of experience in philanthropy, government affairs, community […]


By Lee Yarborough, President | Propel HR  My husband Hubert and I have been married for almost 22 years. Our marriage has endured because we work at it. When we were dating, we took the time to make sure we shared the same values and long-term goals, which are important for navigating the challenges that […]

The Blood Connection gives locals a chance to be heroes

The Blood Connection celebrates more than five decades of saving lives You’ve probably seen the red and white bloodmobiles parked at businesses; you might even have walked by one on your way in to work or to shop. And you probably know someone who has had to be hospitalized and who might have required a […]

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