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Hargray completes integration of Charter
Hargray Communications completed its network and customer integration activities related to its acquisition of Charter’s Beaufort cable system, announced in May.
“We are pleased to have successfully completed this transition on schedule and are grateful to our new customers, each of whom worked with us to ensure its success,” said Chris McCorkendale, Hargray’s Vice President of Operations and Engineering. “By converting to the Hargray network, each customer can now receive a wide variety of high-definition channels and videos-on-demand.”
With the integration complete, Hargray is poised to bring even more advanced services to its customers in Beaufort. Next month the company will begin offering even faster data plans to all of its customers with enhanced download capabilities and more than double the upload speed.

Allen Patterson wins home building award
Home building industry professionals were awarded the Home Builders Association of South Carolina’s most prestigious awards last week in Columbia. The Tenth Annual Celebration of Excellence awards ceremony was held to honor the recipients of the Pinnacle Awards, which recognizes the craftsmanship of the best home builders and remodelers in the state. In the category of New Home Construction — Best Overall Green Construction the winner was Allen Patterson Residential, LLC, Allen Patterson (HBA of the Lowcountry).

Grace & Glory holds ‘Girls for Girls’ event
Grace & Glory Uptown is holding its “Girls for Girls Gathering” on Saturday, October 20 which honors Breast Cancer awareness month by donating 10% of its proceeds from the event to www.breastcancer.org. The “Girls for Girls Gathering” starts at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the shop located at Newcastle Square on Boundary Street.  The event will offer a drawing for discounts ranging from 20-50% off an item, refreshments and treats.
The event was a huge success last year and the girls hope to increase their donation this year. The boutique is open Monday – Saturday from 10-5.  For more information, call Grace & Glory at 843-521-4050.

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