Columbia SC News Update 10-28-2010
Citing poor performance and the phasing out of smaller aircraft in its fleet, Delta Airlines announced Wednesday that it would end service to Florence and Hilton Head Island airports.
The Charleston region again led South Carolina in foreclosures during the third quarter, with more than 2,550 properties in the area, or 0.89%, saddled with foreclosure filings.
The groundbreaking for the Clemson Restoration Instituteâ€™s wind turbine drivetrain test facility marks the next step in a journey that began nearly a year ago with the awarding of a $45 million Energy Department grant and $53 million in matching funds.
South Carolina gained two spots but remains middle of the pack at No. 24 in the Tax Foundationâ€™s latest ranking of state tax climates. The state ranked No. 9, however, for corporate taxes.
Today, we finish our four-part series in which Nikki Haley and Vincent Sheheen answer questions about how they would handle a variety of issues if they become South Carolinaâ€™s next chief executive.
Voters will decide on four state constitutional amendments in Tuesday's election. Some of the issues are straightforward, but that doesnâ€™t mean the ballot questions read that way. We break down what that jargon really means.
Legal settlements and changing state regulations impeded the third-quarter earnings of Advance America, Cash Advance Centers, Inc., the Spartanburg-based provider of short-term consumer loans.
The S.C. Bar will cut the ribbon today on its new conference center on Park Street in Columbiaâ€™s Vista. The building is designed to host events and continuing legal education events.
Does a home being in financial distress make is more or less desirable for a potential homeowner? Take the Daily Report Poll this week to post your opinion about the marketability of foreclosures.
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