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  • Duke Energy to help prepare county site for development

    From release

    A Lancaster County site is one of three S.C. properties chosen by Duke Energy for participation in its 2017 Site Readiness Program to prepare them for business and industrial development.

    The sites were selected based on their potential to bring large businesses and industries to their respective areas.

    The locations include the Smith family property in Lancaster County, situated minutes from Interstate 77 with frontage at the intersection of S.C. 9 and Riverside Road just northwest of Lancaster.

  • Synteen Technical Fabrics celebrates 20th anniversary

    From release

    Synteen Technical Fabrics celebrated its 20th anniversary in Lancaster County last Saturday with an appreciation day for its employees, their families and retirees.

    Guests included S.C. Rep. Brandon Newton (R-45), Lancaster County Council member Larry Honeycutt and John McCain of the Lancaster County Economic Development Department. Honeycutt presented Synteen President Glenn Steen a proclamation from county council declaring Oct. 23, 2017, Synteen Day in Lancaster County.

  • Chester mega-site got tons of looks before Giti picked it

    Travis Jenkins

    Landmark News Service

    At one point, Giti Tire seemed like just another tire company to Chester County economic development leaders.

    It is not widely known, but in one stretch of just over a year, Chester was the potential landing spot for four different tire manufacturers. 

  • Promenade to break ground in Indian Land

    Indian Land’s biggest proposed shopping center, the Promenade at Carolina Reserve, will break ground next week.

    Tennessee-based developer Hutton, which is building the shopping center for Lennar Corp., announced last week that it will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 26.

  • Two medical facilities sign with RedStone

    MPV Properties 

    CHARLOTTE – Two medical facilities will open in MPV Properties’ RedStone commercial development in Indian Land.

    MPV announced last week that MedFirst and iVision Associates will both lease space in phase 1 of the 310,000-square-foot retail development, which is under construction now. 

    MedFirst will occupy 3,221 square feet and iVision Associates will occupy 1,340 square feet.

  • IBHS demonstration blows everyone away

    Travis Jenkins

    Landmark News Service

    Industrial research experiments can be unpredictable - just like the weather.

    This month, the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS) Research Center conducted a test at its Richburg facility. There have been previous wind tests there before, along with simulated wildfires and hailstorms. 

  • Founders partners with Clemson as Tigers’ Official Credit Union

    From release

    Founders Federal Credit Union is teaming up with Clemson University on a seven-year partnership that expands Founders’ involvement with the university and its athletics programs. 

    As part of its $6 million commitment, Founders becomes the university’s Official Credit Union Partner. It will have an enhanced presence in the Clemson community, with expanded visibility in athletics and greater integration into campus life. In addition, Founders will offer its members a Clemson-cobranded debit card.  

  • Aldi spending $2.2 million to upgrade Lancaster store

    Aldi is investing $2.2 million to renovate its Lancaster store at 1201 Old Charlotte Road, just north of S.C. 9 Bypass, according to the Lancaster Building and Zoning Department.

    The grocery company is aiming to expand and remodel over 1,300 stores by 2020 through a $1.6 billion nationwide plan. According to Aldi, the Lancaster store is one of 31 stores in the Charlotte area that will be part of the company initiative. The grocery chain has set aside $48 million for remodeling these stores. 

  • Dignitaries christen Giti Tire plant

    Brian Garner
    Landmark News Service

    RICHBURG – Dignitaries marveled at Chester County’s new economic jewel Wednesday – the $560 million, 1.7 million-square-foot Giti Tire plant, likening it to the BMW and Boeing investments that have transformed other parts of the state.

  • Understand your homeowner’s policy

    The devastation left by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has reminded us how important it is to understand the fine points of homeowner’s insurance.
    It’s always best to know ahead of time what a contract covers in the event that you may actually need it. Here are some things to be aware of regarding homeowner’s insurance.