March 7, 2008 RSS feed / Business

Folks about town

Snelling Staffing Services recently honored the Lexington and Columbia offices during the company's annual convention. More...

Saver of lives retires

Max Young, Director of the Office of Highway Safety (OHS), a division of the S.C. Department of Public Safety (SCDPS), is retiring after more than 35 years in state government and as a distinguished leader in highway safety. More...

Justice Commission holds hearings

The S.C. Access to Justice Commission will hold eight public hearings to discuss access to justice barriers in S.C. More...

Briefs

Turtles Elsewhere in the Southeast - and even Texas - states have passed restrictions on freshwater turtle exports. So far, South Carolina has not passed any such restrictions. More...

Terry Boatwright of The Salty Nut

Star Profile

Cooper Darby is four years old, and he has cerebral palsy. And he also has a very good friend in Terry Boatwright, who is organizing a golf tournament to raise funds to buy Cooper therapy and a sportsman's future. More...

Congaree Land Trust announces new executive director

William "Billy" P. Cate has accepted the job of executive director of The Congaree Land Trust. Cate will begin work March 17, 2008, taking the position previously held by Jane Stirling Clarke. More...

Debbie gets the gold

Debbie Katzman was presented with a Gold ADDY Award for Unlimited Marketing Solution's Bank Meridian Illustration Campaign. More...

Your time has come to get the benefits you deserve

As reported in a recent Careerbuilder article, South Carolina is one of the 15 worst states to find a job. In fact, S.C. rates #3 just after Michigan and Mississippi. More...