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Inauguration set for Wednesday

Inauguration set for Wednesday

Gov. Nikki Haley will be inaugurated for the second time at 11 a.m. Wednesday on the steps of the Statehouse. Earlier at 9 a.m., she will participate in a prayer service at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia. After the ceremony, […]

by · 01/09/2015 · News briefs, Politics
New film connects food, disobedience

New film connects food, disobedience

A 1961 story of civil disobedience in Rock Hill is the subject of a new short film that explores the importance of food in connecting Americans. The visual retelling of the “Jail, No Bail,” strategy employed by nine Friendship Junior […]

by · 01/02/2015 · News
What a year 2014 was in S.C.

What a year 2014 was in S.C.

With a GOP sweep of the 2014 elections, the toppling of a sitting House speaker and the implosion of the state agency dedicated to keeping children safe, the year in news has been filled with twists and turns. Throughout the ride, […]

by · 12/26/2014 · News
Change of control

Change of control

A quick game of musical chairs took place this week atop of the S.C. Chamber of Commerce, the state’s largest “broad-based business organization.” The Chamber announced Thursday that its current president and chief financial officer, Otis Rawl, would be stepping […]

by · 12/19/2014 · News briefs, Politics
Prepping workers, students for critical needs

Prepping workers, students for critical needs

One of the state’s most powerful lobbying groups and voices for the business community, the S.C. Chamber of Commerce, has made workforce development a top agenda item of the coming legislative session. In its 2015 Competitiveness Agenda, the chamber has […]

by · 12/19/2014 · News