AT&T is looking to fill 400 positions in North Carolina, , as the company expands its wireless network.
Smooth-Bor Plastics is moving into Spartanburg …investing $1million..creating 22 new jobs /visit www.sctechjobs.com.
The Military Base ...Task Force ...in SC...has fresh concerns about a new round of military base closures ...after ...leaders at Shaw Air Force Base were told to ground a squadrons as a... budget-cutting measure.
The Great American Baking Competition kicked off..last night… at 8 p.m. on CBS. / Francine Bryson, of Pickens, won the night's challenge after preparing a chocolate peanut butter bacon pie./
My stomach is huge. My arms are wobbly. You have heard ..or said it… / .researchers say 93% of college women engage in fat talk./ a “contagious” bonding ritual …that can set the stage for eating disorders.
adopt a cat or kitten for only $5 through Saturday../The Spartanburg Humane Society needs to find homes for 300 felines…detailsw spatnbg humane .org
kids who are being bullied can text to report harassment/ the free service is confidential and being offered by blackboard …A leading education technology company..go to tip txt
One thing the majority of women do and its not good hurricane season begins Saturday, Federal forecasters are calling for ..13 to 20 named Atlantic storms....half of those could strengthen into hurricanes... and up to 6 could become major hurricanes
Former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore will work with a Medicaid program in the state to encourage those between the ages of 17 and 21 to visit their doctors for checkups.
Nine trainees at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Parris Island will become U.S. citizens today. The ceremony is being held one day before the nine trainees graduate from basic training. The new citizens hail from Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Peru, Romania, Turkey and Vietnam.
. New data show that sales of bank-owned homes fell sharply in the first quarter, the latest evidence that the nation's foreclosure woes are easing as the recovery in the U.S. housing market gains momentum.
Around the country, hundreds of buildings like the one in West store some type of ammonium nitrate. They sit in quiet fields and by riverside docks, in business districts and around the corner from schools, hospitals and day care centers. The Associated Press examined public records on hazardous chemicals stored across America. Drawing upon information from 28 states, the AP found more than 120 facilities within a potentially devastating blast zone of schoolchildren, the elderly and the infirm.
the Greenville Indie Fest, Saturday starts at 1…features a dozen music acts /…details at the artistry.gallery.com Info: 864-982-2087