November 10, 2006 RSS feed / Business

Two companies, one business plan

Clem Goldson is a partner and a sales advisor for Spectra True Colour printing, and he is an owner and secretary for Spectra Dynamic marketing, both at 414 Rivermont Drive, near the Zoo just off I-26. More...

Briefs

Notes for comparisons North Carolina is looking at a $1 billion budget shortfall when the legislature convenes next year. Over the next 25 years, N.C. needs $122 billion to maintain the state's roads and keep up with population growth. N.C. More...

South Carolina Court of Appeals Rules in the Ligon Case

Affinity Technology Group, Inc. More...

Star Profile

Linda Salane of the Alliance for Women at Columbia College

Born in Cumberland, Maryland, Linda Salane moved to Rock Hill about 1950, when her father opened the new plant for Celanese. By her Rock Hill High School senior year she was a serious actress. Her favorite role was the queen in More...

Filmmakers love South Carolina

Universal Pictures will film a romantic comedy starring Oscar winner George Clooney in S.C. More...

Executive director of Shepherd's Center of St. Andrews retires

Linda F. Lovern has retired as executive director of the Shepherd's Center of St. Andrews after 16 1/2 years. Lovern, a native of Virginia, was hired in July of 1990, as the first paid director of the Shepherd's Center of St. Andrews. More...