TRENDING NEWS AUGUST 12,2014
Looking for work? There are several job fairs today -
Reliable Management Solutions and UTi Integrated Logistics are looking for warehouse associates and loaders/unloaders.. to work in their tire distribution facility in Laurens. The hiring event goes from 8 a.m until 1 p.m. at at the Younts Center for Performing Arts on North Main St. in Fountain Inn.
BI-LO is also holding a job fair on Tuesday from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. at its Woodruff Road location in Simpsonville.
SC Works Greenville is holding a recruitment event for experienced quality inspectors…from 9am to noon at 225 South Pleasantburg Drive, Suite E-1.
the Postal Service lost $2 billion this spring ..despite increasing its volume and charging …more … to send mail/
actor and comedian Robin Williams found dead in his home..in the San Francisco Bay Area.. yesterday / authorities believe 63-year-old Williams…who had been suffering from severe depression…. committed suicide.
Today is the last day to catch the Carolina panthers at training camp at wofford college sptnbg – from 930-1130/ the panthers play the patriots Sunday 8pm on fox tv
Looks like weather today partly cloudy - scatter showers..highs mid 80s//
The video for Michael Jackson's new single will premiere tomorrow on Twitter and in Times Square. The video for ``A Place With No Name'' will be tweeted through (at) MichaelJackson at 10 P.M. Eastern. At the same time, it will be shown on the giant Sony Screen in Times Square. A preview of the video will be shown during ``So You Think You Can Dance'' on Fox during its Michael Jackson theme episode.
Several top film stars, including three Oscar winners, are among the presenters for televisions..Emmy Awards... Julia Roberts .. will be joined by Matthew McConaughey and Halle Berry ..in reading off winners' names at the August 25 ceremony.
tops at the box office over the weekend..``Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'' raked in ovr $65. million in its first week in theaters./ down to Number two is ``Guardians of the Galaxy,'' ``Into the Storm,'' ``was third/