June 11, 2010 RSS feed / News

Study reveals government spending kills jobs

Voters don’t want politicians to “create jobs”; they want them to get out of the private sector’s way.

Of all the myths helping to sustain the unsustainable status quo in Washington, D.C., among the most widely accepted is the belief that a politician’s seniority translates into tangible economic benefits for his or her district. More...

Summer stretches Salvation Army’s supplies

While holiday donations are usually generous in Columbia, volunteer area coordinator Seth Taylor of the Salvation Army said as summer approaches the supplies are dwindling.   More...

Delays in roadwork cause frustration for West Columbia residents

For nine months residents of West Columbia have had to deal with road work going on throughout the city. More...

Addiction may not stop with one generation

It is not uncommon to find second generation drug addicts in drug rehab often after the addicted parents died from drug related causes. More...

Quirky Crimes in THE CAPITAL CITY

West Columbia   More...

Leaks from the legislature

General Assembly passes budget     More...

Certified pool operator training

Midlands Technical College Continuing Education is offering an online, interactive course that will prepare students to take the Certified Pool Operator Exam for South Carolina. More...

Mental Health America of SC presents awards

Mental Health America of South Carolina (MHASC) held its 56th Annual Meeting on May 28, 2010 at Midlands Technical College Airport Campus. Mental health advocates and professionals throughout the state attended the event.   More...