The University of South Carolina’s master plan, “Carolina’s Promise,” needs donors, and president Harris Pastides has devised a little plan to help attract them.
Want to avoid evicted by a police officer at your local Occupy Wall Street protest like this guy? Here are five suggestions for how you can improve your position in light of today’s troubling news. Spoiler Alert: Taking a shower tops the list.
A new study says your store-bought honey is most likely fake after having the pollen removed and high-fructose corn syrup mixed in. But, why? Experts say it’s to avoid a recent tariff placed on the imported sweetener.
Lawyers for the National Labor Relations Board are in a heap of trouble today as internal documents released show them laughing at, and deliberately making fun of, the lawsuit itself and a few SC politicians, including our own, Jim DeMint.
Current predictions say that 12,000 (yes, thousand) nursing jobs will be vacant come 2020. Johnson & Johnson is raising money for scholarships to help ease the shortage.
Dozens of people who worked the Clemson Boulevard Haunted House were shocked when they went to pick up their pay checks after they say they were misled about the pay.
Scio Diamond Technology Corporation announced Monday it will establish its corporate headquarters and manufacturing operations in Greenville County, bringing 70 new jobs.
As it seems everyone is occupying every corner of the nation complaining they can’t get jobs, a new report announces that South Carolina’s young people have it next to worst.
The SC Highway Department has got a huge, expensive problem on their hands: scrap metal thieves. The Upstate is no exception. But, you may be surprised to know what the robbers are making for all of their heavy lifting.
Simpsonville started its curbside recycling program with a launch party, but it looks like it’s going to take more than that to convince residents it’s best for their home.