Religion News Service
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A new study has found that American veterans who had a negative experience serving during World War II attend church more frequently today than those who were less troubled by their service.
Lake Wylie Pilot
Fort Jackson commander facing adultery charges
The Army says the commanding general of Fort Jackson, S.C., has been suspended in connection with charges of adultery and involvement in a physical altercation.
Getting into the military is getting tougher
In a typical week, about 10 applicants will walk into a recruiting center in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, hoping to enlist in the United States Army.
Summer day trip: Visit Redcliffe Plantation in Beech Island, S.C.
About 1 1/2 hours from Columbia, about 5 miles from the Savannah River, is Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site .
The Edgefield Advertiser
Update to Johnston H&R Block Identity Fraud
As previously reported by The Advertiser in Feb. of 2012, an employee with the Johnston branch of H&R Block was charged with stealing personal information from clients and using that information to obtain loans.