March 26, 2010 RSS feed / Business

Ethics investigation reveals pattern

Recently resigned city council member E.W. Cromartie has to appear soon before a federal judge to hear his sentence in federal prison for income tax evasion. More...

Folks about town

Carol Douis has been named broker–in–charge and executive vice president of Sales and Marketing for Inspired Communities. More...

Columbia goes green with E–billing

City of Columbia customers now have the option of receiving and viewing their water, solid waste or parking garage bills online. More...

Over $5 million awarded to SCDHEC

First Lady Michelle Obama and the U.S. More...

“Round–up” for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands

From March 24 – April 6, shoppers at the JCPenney at both the Village at Sandhill Town and Columbiana Center Mall are invited to “round–up” their purchases to the nearest whole dollar and donate the difference to the Boys & G More...

Sheriff encourages neighborhood crime watches and business coalitions

Over the last 13 years Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott has committed the department to our communities – laying a course for the department that centers around 100% community oriented policing. More...

Briefs

Merrill Lynch stays put   More...

AupairCare and Build–A–Bear partner to help local charities

AuPairCare, an au pair placement agency, is teaming up with Build– A–Bear Workshop stores nationwide for their second annual Share–A–Bear campaign that invites au pairs to give back to their local communities by making a bear More...

Columbia Museum of Art receives grant for solar panel installation

The Columbia Museum of Art was awarded $100,906 to install solar panels on the roof of its building. These will reduce the amount of energy the museum has to purchase. The grant, awarded by the S.C. More...

Verizon expands in Columbia

Cellular Sales, the nation’s largest retailer of Verizon Wireless, is expanding in Columbia. The new Cellular Sales store opened at 331 Killian Road last month.   More...

Bojangles’ celebrates 100 stores and over 30 years in S.C.

Bojangles’ is taking a tour across the state of South Carolina, and when their Cruisin’ S.C. R.V. More...

StudySC web site to support SC curriculum

The State Library is taking an active role in helping the students of South Carolina through a new web site, StudySC.org. StudySC offers multimedia–rich online content to support South Carolina–specific curriculum standards. More...