According to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission,.. more than 100 gallons of water containing tritium leaked …over the weekend during maintenance ….at the Catawba Nuclear Station in York County./ the contaminated water… was contained at the Catawba site and wasn’t near drinking water wells
They are considered armed and dangerous…police are looking for .. – 17- Shawn Johnson.. and 23- Roger Roland. Wanted in connection with a murder – early Sunday morning at skateland USA in Anderson
South Carolina taxpayers ..can sign up for a second year of state-paid …credit monitoring …resulting from last year's …massive hacking of the state's tax collection agency./ Enroll now at SCID protection.com
.Meet and ride with ..the best pro cyclists ...at gran fondo hincapie..on Saturday at hotel domestique in travlers rest…and enjoy a big family festival... TV chef Michael chairello and … the inspirational ..operation shifting gears wounded war veteran ..team…–among others celebs .will be there....details at at gran fondo hincapie.com
be in The greenville Christmas Parade , … on Dec. 7.- 6pm ….. sign up til Nov 8…at greenville sc.gov
Shopping for the holidays? The National Retail Federation SAYS consumers expect to spend an average of about $738. That’s 2% less than last year’s per-person spending.
The Einstein academy gala… is at the old cigar warehouse …across from flour field..on oct 25th- theres also a golf tournament
The Carolina ballet theater- Arabian nights. At the Gunter theater is this weekend..a family event at the gunter theater…details at Carolina ballet ,org
The number-one selling album in the country is-not- by who you may think...
The number-one selling album in the country - lady gaga- katy perry -avici? NO/ Pearl Jam beats out Paul McCartney in the race for the number-one album. Billboard reports Pearl Jam's ``Lightning Bolt'' sold 166,000 copies in its first week, putting it at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Miley Cyrus' ``Bangerz'' is in the number-two spot, / paul McCartney's ``New'' checks in at third,
A new study suggests that a nutritional rating system using gold stars affixed to price labels on grocery store shelves may be helping consumers buy healthier food. The system was instituted in 2006 at Hannaford stores in Maine, and the system is now is now licensed for use in more than 1,800 stores in the U.S. and Canada.