TRENDING NEWS MARCH 19,2014
BMW’s Chairman In a speech in Munich, yesterday, said the german luxury automaker.. was looking at expanding production capacity in the U.S./ he is expected to make a …significant economic announcement at the Spartanburg plant.. next Friday
Two megamillion jackpot winners last night- in Maryland and Florida/ they’ll split the $400 milion jackpot/
Missing for 12 days- the maylasian jet with 239 ppl on board..Search crews from 26 countries are looking for the plane …across an area the size of the U.S/ there are only 18 days …of battery life remaining ....for the flight-data and cockpit-voice recorders –to send out pings.
Most Spartanburg county schools ansay june 2 will be a snow make-up day..
Movie lovers--Pixar plans a third ``Cars'' movie …and a sequel to 2004's ``The Incredibles.''/ The new ``Star Wars'' Episode VII, begins shooting this summer/
Do you love chocolatre- or deserts in general? A Children’s Museum of the Upstate ..fundraiser… is thursday at The Poinsett Club – details at www.thechocolatesoiree.com or 864-553-7920
The – Astra Girls -5K- is Saturday, April 5th starting at 9:00 AM at the roger miliken center… benefitting children of abuse, and neglect in Dominion Family Services, details at Spartanburg day school. Org or on facebook at sds 5 k
Gov. Nikki Haley is pressing a lawsuit against the U.S. Energy Department ...over its plans... to shut down a proposed plant.... for turning nuclear weapons material ...into fuel for nuclear reactors. /
The South Carolina Aging in Place Coalition has scheduled a meeting on how baby boomers stay in their homes as they age. Wednesday's program in Charleston centers on the concept of villages, associations set up to provide help to members with everything from transportation and home repairs to social and cultural connections.
If adopted by the Board of Regents, the tobacco ban would affect all 31 campuses in the University System of Georgia and would take effect on July 1.