Marjorie Huntington always wanted to travel. So, this creative thinker found a practical way to do it. And it would not be just a short-lived European jaunt. By 1996, she had worked in the Kershaw County School District for nine years, teaching North Central middle and high school students. Her own children were grown and gone. So, it seemed like a good time to flee the empty nest and follow the lure of faraway places.
Ed Royall is not a subscriber to short-term commitment. On the contrary, this month the Camden lawyer is celebrating his 60th anniversary with the firm now known as Savage, Royall and Sheheen. And the active 83-year-old plans to keep right on working part time at the firm.
The handsome young contestant strides onto the "American Idol" stage. The music swells, and Lazaro Arbos sings -- fluently, confidently. Thunderous applause and cheers follow. Then a judge on the popular TV show asks him a question. Lazaro opens his mouth emitting halting, repetitive sounds at first. In a few seconds, the spoken words come, but it's a struggle.