News from Lancaster County

Lancaster County Businesses Sweep 2018 State Industry Awards!

Lancaster, SC - The Lancaster County Department of Economic Development (LCDED) announced that three Lancaster County businesses were named the 2018 South Carolina Impact Industries of the Year in the Large, Medium and Small categories for South Carolina’s Tier Two Counties. Movement Mortgage (Large), PCI Group (Medium) and Fab Fours (Small) were presented the awards by Governor Henry McMaster at a ceremony held in Columbia on Thursday afternoon. The awards recognize companies for their business success, economic impact and community involvement. Lancaster County Council Chairman Steve Harper attended the awards ceremony and said, “Lancaster County businesses winning the award in…
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In a year, Lancaster and York counties grew like almost nobody else in the country.

Lancaster and York Counties’ impressive growth isn’t just a Carolina thing. Both are leaders nationally! Check out this great article from the Herald that puts it into perspective. ====== BY JOHN MARKS/ The Herald jmarks@fortmilltimes.com March 31, 2018 02:18 PM Updated April 01, 2018 04:39 PM YORK COUNTY — Even among the highest growth counties in the country, there aren't many like York and Lancaster. The combination of size and growth is almost unique to this corner of South Carolina. Never mind how York and Lancaster rank in their own state. The U.S. Census Bureau released new county-level population estimates March 22.…
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readySC Provides Comprehensive Solutions for Cardinal Health

Cardinal Health Indian Land Operation is featured in the current copy of South Carolina's Competitive EDGE. Click the link below to see an outstanding article on one of Lancaster County's largest employers! Cardinal Health EDGE Article    
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Strong population growth in Lancaster County, S.C.

How population has changed in the Charlotte Region Lancaster County from 2010-2017 was the fastest growing county in the Charlotte Region and from 2016-2017 was the second fastest growing county in the Charlotte Region. Article by Jenna Martin  – Associate Editor/Online, Charlotte Business Journal Mar 22, 2018, 7:38am The Charlotte metropolitan statistical area averaged in the ballpark of nearly 1,000 new residents a week during the year timespan that ended July 2017, according to population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. The new data shows metro Charlotte's population growing by 49,786 people between July 2016 and 2017 — a…
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