Wednesday Dec 4
What Columbia Needs
It's a common refrain here at Free Times: "You know what Columbia needs?" We're opinionated people who spend a lot of time learning about, writing about and living in the Midlands.
The Moultrie News
Small Business Development Centers honor Department of Commerce
On hand to receive the award were S.C. SBDC State Director Michele Abraham, DOC Deputy Secretary George Patrick, DOC intern Lauren Thompson, DOC Manager of Small Business and Rural Development Greg Davis and DOC Deputy Director for Small Business and Existing Industry Chuck Bundy.
The Best of Rant & Rave, Volume 4
I used to hate Rant & Rave. In fact, I think when it was introduced some four years ago that I was the only voice of opposition.
The Island Packet
Ivan Lendl pupil Moritz Geis among winners at Usta S.C. Junior State Open
Moritz Geis fires a return to Raymond Donovan during their boys 18 singles final in the USTA S.C. Junior State Open Championships at Van Der Meer Shipyard resort Monday.
The Island Packet
Time for S.C. to get serious about ethics
As an involved citizen of South Carolina, I am 100 percent for transparency in our state's government.
Going for the silver
There's nothing like front row seating, even when it's in the middle of an open field.
Jaheim, Cary Hudson, South Carolina Oyster Festival
When R&B star Jaheim announced his 2013 record, which followed five straight Top Five R&B albums, he said he called the album Appreciation Day "because that's exactly what this album is a my show of appreciation to them."
Post and Courier
German automotive supplier to locate in North Charleston
A Germany-based automotive supplier will set up shop later this month at Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston, creating seven jobs initially.
Early picks for the weekend
Todd Bridges, best known for his role as Willis from "Diff'rent Strokes," performs through Sunday at the Comedy House, 2768 Decker Blvd. Shows are 8 p.m. nightly, with additional shows at 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.