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09/17/13 CHARLESTON, SC (AP) -Despite losing over 2 months of labor to rain, administrators say South Carolina's new interior port close to Greer ought to be operational next month.

State Ports Authority President and chief executive officer Jim Newsome told the authority board that computer testing can begin Friday to track shipments through the $25 million facility.

Newsome told the board that work on the project, which will provide an immediate rail link to the state's ports on the coast, was slowed somewhat owing to seventy-two days of rain this year. He says the port will produce dividends for the state in the future.

The board additionally learned Tuesday that container volume through the ports was up four percent throughout July and August compared to the same period last year.

09/17/13 CHARLESTON, S.C. —Vice President Joe Biden is visiting ports in Charleston and Savannah to speak on the necessity of investment in the nation's infrastructure.

Biden visited Charleston on Monday morning before flying on to Savannah to tour the Georgia ports.

Both Charleston and Savannah, who are in keen competition within the port business, are embarking on plans to deepen their harbor shipping channels to handle a brand new generation of larger containerships.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently declared that every field study for the Charleston deepening project, expected to exceed $300 million, is complete.

Last week, the VP visited the Port of Baltimore and announced a $10 million grant to assist that port in widening their shipping channel and to increase storage capability.

09/16/13 GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. — Two men stole more than $80,000 in goods from several storage units in Greenville.

Jerry Wayne Howell, 33, and Randall Eugene Lamb Jr., 37, are accused of breaking into units at Public Storage, at 9 Saluda Road.