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Fire destroys building in downtown Johnston

JOHNSTON - Investigators with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division on Thursday were trying to determine the cause of a Wednesday evening blaze that gutted a downtown building which housed a Mexican store and restaurant. "Just with the amount of damage to the building we wanted them to come do...

07/01/10 - 8:11pm

Paine College developing new master plan

Paine College officials met with City Administrator Fred Russell on Thursday to unveil a 25-year master plan for improvements and additions to the college.

02/25/10 - 10:11pm

Power lines down on Old Evans Road

There are power lines down on Old Evans Road.

02/25/10 - 6:59pm

Hundreds turn out for Dr. Watson's 100th

About 700 packed a tent on the lawn of University Hospital today to cheer Dr. "Curly" Watson on his 100th birthday.

 

02/25/10 - 7:09pm

Cut Ga. workforce percent, candidate says

Gubernatorial hopeful says her solution to budget woes is to cut 10 percent of the state's employees.

02/25/10 - 6:08pm

Cut Ga. workforce by 10 percent, candidate says

ATLANTA - Republican gubernatorial hopeful Karen Handel says she has a solution to help Georgia's mounting budget woes: slash the state work force by 10 percent.

02/25/10 - 5:33pm

Soldier still investigated for SC Army food threat

The Army confirms one soldier remains under investigation for alleged threats involving food.

02/25/10 - 4:58pm

Wife, husband seek Georgia's top 2 offices

ATLANTA  - DuBose Porter, wife Carol are seeking governor and lieutenant governor jobs this year.

 

02/25/10 - 6:57pm

TVA will evaluate SRS MOX fuel

The Tennessee Valley Authority will evaluate mixed oxide fuel to be produced at the Savannah River Site.

02/25/10 - 2:09pm

Authority plans to replace long-serving attorney

The Development Authority of Richmond County today started the process of replacing long-standing attorney Jerry Dye. Dye has been the authority's only lawyer since its inception in 1971. The authority voted to retain Dye for 2010 and a portion of 2011. The board will begin advertising for a replace...

02/25/10 - 12:07pm

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Paine plans furloughs, salary cuts, layoffs

Paine College President George C. Bradley on Friday announced the college will implement furlough days, salary reductions and layoffs to save $2.4 million over the next fiscal year.
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