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She graduated from Titusville High School in Titusville, Fla. in 1980 and from Gardner-Webb University in 1984, Magna Cum Laude, with a degree in English.
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CPD chief candidate withdraws from consideration
A 3-year-old boy who a passenger in a car that was hit by an alleged drunk driver Friday night has died, according to the Richland County Coroner's Office.Coroner Gary Watts said Josiah Caden Jenkins died Bond was denied Tuesday night for the man accused of driving drunk, crashing into a car, and killing the 3-year-old grandnephew of Columbia Fire ... (more)
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Island Packet
Abortion bills up for debate in SC Senate Thursday
Critics say one of the proposals would regulate abortion providers out of business.
Spartanburg District 4 Asst. Superintendent arrested
The assistant superintendent of Spartanburg County School District 4 was arrested in Greenville, accused of public drunkenness, according to district officials.
Vincent Sheheen: An Agenda For Women
Today, Sen. Vincent Sheheen released his plan of leadership for women in South Carolina, after recently launching a statewide series of roundtables to discuss the challenges that women and their families face in the Palmetto State.
Taking a picture of your baby could reveal dangerous tumor
Seeing a white or yellow reflection could mean a baby has a tumor. Photo courtesy of Children's Medical Center Dallas, Texas Parents love to snap pictures of their children, but it may be more beneficial than just capturing that special moment.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Winning numbers drawn for the Mega Millions jackpot
Two men traveling with stolen passports on a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner were Iranians who had bought tickets to Europe and were probably not terrorists, law enforcement officials said Tuesday.
The Union Daily Times
Valentine running for fourth term as Auditor
In a statement announcing his reelection plans, Valentine, who has served as Auditor since July 1, 2003, said that "without referring to a calendar, it's almost impossible to believe that I have already served almost three full terms."
The Island Packet
Workplace safety focus of Spartanburg meeting
The South Carolina National Safety Council is hosting the Workforce Protection Conference and Plant Safety Awards Ceremony.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Spartanburg teacher honored at the White House
WE BEGIN IN SPARTANBURG.. WITH A TEACHER'S TRIP TO THE WHITE HOUSE.. WYFF NEWS FOUR'S MIKE MCCORMICK PICKS UP THE STORY LIVE AND LOCAL TONIGHT..
SC bill would repeal 'stand your ground' law
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The Charlotte Observer
Wofford College hosts health care policy talk
SPARTANBURG, S.C. The president and chief executive officer of the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center is speaking on the future of health care.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
South Carolina Premieres "Absence" Play
Alzheimer's disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the US, yet remains largely ignored by those not directly impacted.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Dorothy Weedman - Chappells
Dorothy Lowe Weedman, 78, resident of 1292 Riviera Drive, widow of Charles Desmond Weedman, Jr., died March 5, 2014, at her home.
Sony Picks up Rights to Max Brooks' Upcoming Graphic Novel, the Harlem Hellfighters
Max Brooks' last adaptation to hit the screen - World War Z - ended up with a global box office take of over half-a-billion dollars.
Metal Center News
8-2011 Mid-Year Service Center Report
As the metals distribution industry slides into the second half of 2011, service center executives are generally comfortable with the state of the market-but uncomfortable with matters outside it.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Lawmaker Announces Bill to 'Repeal' "Stand Youra
A Spartanburg lawmaker has introduced legislation which aims to get rid of South Carolina's "Stand Your Ground" law.
Post and Courier
Lawmakers seek 'stand your ground' repeal
Members of the General Assembly's Legislative Black Caucus began a push Thursday to repeal South Carolina's 2006 stand your ground law, which they said has been used by criminals to justify killing innocent people and needlessly escalated confrontations.