The Kershaw County School District finalized a contract Thursday with PrimeRealty Group to purchase property that housed the former Howden-Buffalo operations on U.S. 1 in Camden.
Gift wrapping -- is it a man's or woman's job?
Regulatory relief, health care, government restructuring, tax reform, and economic and workforce development are all on the S.C. Chamber of Commerce's 2011 competitiveness agenda. State Chamber Vice President of Public Policy Darrell Scott presented the agenda to the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce at its meeting Thursday morning.
The Kershaw County Board of School Trustees voted two weeks ago to spend up to $1.25 million to purchase an undisclosed piece of property in order to relocate its district office.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, Tyrrell Coleman, the Camden Police Department's Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) officer, said there's one thing people need to remember as they log onto the Internet or head out to stores during the next few weeks:
Sometimes, it just pays to be dumb.
An external independent CPA firm has given the Kershaw County School District an "unqualified opinion" during its annual financial audit.
A great honor.
Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan's contract has been extended for an additional year, and is now scheduled to run through June 30, 2014.
North Central High School (NCHS) students are setting out to create a more sustainable environment -- and it looks like the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has taken notice.
First, let me start off by saying that there is no chance that I will ever wake up at the crack of dawn to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding next April.
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) will spend up to $1.25 million to purchase an undisclosed piece of property in order to relocate its district office.
He was the voice of the University of South Carolina's marching band, inviting millions of people to listen to the "musical magic of the Carolina Band" for more than three decades.
With Thanksgiving Day only hours behind us -- which I'm guessing is the equivalent of a decade in "shopping years" -- the Christmas holiday season is officially underway.
Dozens of Lugoff Elementary School (LES) first-graders arrived at school dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans Tuesday morning, all in honor of the school's annual POW WOW Day.