Ann McGill will talk with representatives from the companies to get in depth information about the types of services and products they provide, as well as training, benefits and other information to help you decide if it's a company you might want to work for.
Companies are looking to fill positions in transportation, food service, health care, manufacturing/industrial, communication, construction and fast food/convenience will be talking about job requirements, benefits, and more.
People who call Charleston’s Eastside neighborhood home will soon see dozens of new affordable housing units in a historic school, but some community members say they don’t want it to make parking more congested as people move in.
Charleston city leaders are working to balance the 2021 budget against an $18 million shortfall. The Charleston Ad Hoc Budget Committee met on Thursday and decided on a proposal that involves increasing taxes.
New, eye-popping federal budget figures show an enormous $3.1 trillion deficit in the just-completed fiscal year, a record swelled by coronavirus relief spending that pushed the tally of red ink to three times that of last year.