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Business

  • RedStone prepares for Phase 2

    Almost a year after its grand opening, the RedStone shopping center has almost completed Phase 1, consisting of over 70,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and commercial space, in addition to the Stone Theatres 14-screen movie complex.
    RedStone, which is being developed by MPV Properties of Charlotte, is located on U.S. 521 at S.C. 160 in the heart of Indian Land.
    “We’re very pleased with Phase 1,” said MPV Properties Development Manager Mike Bilodeau. “We’re happy with the execution. We love the location.”

  • Suncrest plans to build 235 townhomes by Sugar Creek

    Stephanie Jadrnicek
    For The Lancaster News
    A mixed-use development of 235 townhomes with open spaces for public and private recreational use is in the pipeline for the Panhandle.
    At a recent public hearing, the Lancaster County Planning Commission recommended approval of Suncrest Real Estate and Land’s master plan for a 75-acre development along Sugar Creek.
    Lancaster County Council will consider a resolution on the plan at its Jan. 28 meeting.

  • ServiceMac plans 1,000-job IL operation

    ServiceMac, a new mortgage-servicing company, is setting up its headquarters in Indian Land and plans to hire 1,000 employees there over the next five years.
    The company is moving into Bailes Ridge Corporate Park off S.C. 160, according to Wednesday’s announcement from the company and the S.C. Commerce Department. The privately held firm plans to invest $24 million in a 100,000-square-foot office facility there, to be completed in 24 to 36 months.

  • Passion for helping clients overcome life’s obstacles

    Lancaster resident Lana Stover was singled out as one of the top contributors to her field at the state conference of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities earlier this month.
    Stover, originally from Heath Springs, was presented the award for outstanding service in the areas of research/education, training/supervision and management.
    She has been the program coordinator at the Chester-Lancaster Disabilities and Special Needs (CLDSN) office since 2007.

  • Fab Fours honored for innovation

    Cutting edge is more than a catch phrase at Lancaster-based Fab Fours.
    If company owner and CEO Greg Higgs can come up with a better way to design and produce a high-end aftermarket bumper or accessory for a truck or Jeep, you can count him in.
    “Every day, that’s part of our challenge in manufacturing… and Fab Fours is just getting started,” said Higgs, whose company recently was recognized as Innovator of the Year by the S.C. Manufacturing Extension Partnership.

  • Grants available to train companies’ existing staff

    From release
    S.C. employers are getting a new tool to upgrade the skills of their current employees, as the state divides up a $1.5 million grant into the state’s 12 Workforce Development Areas.

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

    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.

  • Duke targets Kershaw for free electricity-conservation efforts

    KERSHAW – Town residents are about to get some help with their electricity bills.
    Duke Energy will offer its Neighborhood Energy Saver Program for all 1,100-plus homes in the Kershaw area starting the first week of December.
    “It’s all about energy efficiency,” said program manager Sue Dinnsen, noting that the program focuses on communities where at least 50 percent of the households have readily identifiable energy-conservation issues and somewhat limited resources to make improvements.

  • Guest Column: How to choose the best Medicare option for you

    With Medicare Open Enrollment running from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, here’s a question I’m hearing often.
    What is better – original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan?
    The first approach would include original Medicare Parts A (hospital) and B (doctors), which usually covers 80 percent of your medical cost, plus a Medicare supplement (also called Medigap insurance) sold by private insurance companies, which helps pay the 20 percent that original Medicare doesn’t cover. This approach would require a Medicare Part D (prescription) plan.

  • New Comporium store shows how company’s products work

    After more than a decade at its University Place shopping center location in Lancaster, Comporium Communications has moved around the corner into the old Blockbuster Video building facing the bypass.
    Chief Operating Officer Matthew Dosch said the move is part of a new retail template the company is rolling out and the new location is its biggest store so far.