September 5, 2008 RSS feed / News

St. John's 150th Birthday

Part 2:The First Hundred Years

In 1858, plantation life was a fixture across the rolling farmlands of Lower Richland county. Crops of rice, indigo, and cotton provided comfortable lifestyles for the owners; their slaves did the planting and harvesting. More...

Expert speaks about Parkinson's

Dr. Abraham Lieberman fought off polio in childhood, which left him with a permanent limp and a dedication to a career of treating the victims of Parkinson's. More...

Yvette Freeman of the NBC Hit Series ER to Speak at "Women at Heart" Forum and Exhibition

Palmetto Health and Blue- Cross BlueShield of South Carolina are sponsoring "Women at Heart," a free health forum and exhibition to help women learn to take better care of their hearts, on Sept. More...