7 hrs ago
Downtown Columbia Leadership Council endorses interim C-2 zoning protections
With only one opposing vote, the Downtown Columbia Leadership Council recommended the City Council approve interim C-2 zoning protections, which would change building requirements downtown.
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Choice Hotels Signs China Development Agreement
Choice Hotels International, Inc. announced today the signing of a development agreement for Choice's Quality Hotel and Clarion Hotel brands with Boli Hotel Management Company Ltd. Choice Hotels International, Inc. announced today the signing of a development agreement for Choice's Quality Hotel and Clarion Hotel brands with Boli Hotel Management ... (more)
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Birthdays Tommi Lynn Bush, 37, Texas; Bruce Chapman, West Monroe; Rannon Holton, West Monroe; Allen Earl Jackson, Monroe; Lisa Martin, Pineville; Willie Lee Robinson, Rayville; Jean Stuart, West Monroe; Scott Williams, West Monroe Anniversary Allen and Angela Jackson, married 3 years, Monroe; Ricky and Christine Reppond, married 30 years, West ... (more)
Sun Apr 20, 2014
City begins process for interim zoning rules downtown
In 2013, one of Columbia's oldest buildings, the Niedermeyer, was saved from demolition after a private buyer bought the building from a student-housing developer looking to build a high-rise apartment building.
Choice Hospitality India eyeing over 30 properties by 2015
Mumbai, Apr 20: Choice Hospitality India, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Choice Hotels International with over 6,000 hotels across the globe, is planning to have over 30 properties across the country by 2015, a senior company executive has said.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Heritage Gardeners set for their annual volunteer appreciation luncheon
The Heritage Gardeners will be celebrating seventeen years of success at our Seventeenth Annual Heritage Gardeners Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon/Symposium on Sunday April 27, 2014 at the Clarion Pinewood Park Resort from 10:30-2:30.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
City Commission OKs Kroger store in Union
City leaders, during an April 14 special meeting, approved 3-1 the second reading of an ordinance that granted a zoning map amendment from Union Neighborhood Office and Rural Suburban Estates/Union Town Overlay to Commercial 2/Planned Development.
Pittsburgh's Action Weather forecast
PUT THAT STORY AWAY. MEOVE RIGHT ON. RIGHT? WHAT ABOUT GAME TIME? BEAUTIFUL. FIRST PITCH TEMPERATURE, 58 DEGREES.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Clarion call to youths for better future
BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Tuesday called upon the youngsters not to allow a 'corrupt party like Congress to retain its power at the Centre'.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
JLP's Smith goes after North Trelawny
Prominent attorney-at-law and former Jamaica Labour Party Member of Parliament for South West St Ann Ernest Smith is among five persons seeking to represent the party in the constituency of Northern Trelawny in the next general elections, constitutionally due in December 2016.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Pennsylvania State System allows Clarion to drop flat rate for tuition
But if Clarion University succeeds in a pricing experiment that it hopes to begin in fall 2015, other state-owned universities across Pennsylvania may ask themselves -- as Clarion did -- whether it's time to drop a pricing standard as old as the State System of Higher Education itself: the flat tuition rate for full-time undergraduates.
Iowa City Press-Citizen
Jim Musser's High 5
Add the Social Club's cool atmosphere, awesome vittles and expertly blended spirits, and you're stepping lively.
National MS Society presents update tonight at Clarion Hotel on progess of research
Just as the National MS Society invests $29 million in new research to support an expected 83 MS research projects to stop multiple sclerosis, local MS researchers will be updating the community on "MS Research: The Progress, The Promise," at the Clarion Hotel in Batavia tonight .
Geraldine Ledebur Buzard 89, of Tucson, AZ. Died February 28, 2014. Born May 12, 1925 The daughter of the late Cora Zerbe Ledebur and George Ledebur.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Miss. charter school board cuts school applicants to 3
Nashville Prep founder sets sights on Jackson: Ravi Gupta, executive director of Tennessee's Nashville Prep, talks about the school's success and his hopes of bringing that plan and success to students in Jackson.
Real estate roundup: IHOP lands a new pad; big industrial leases signed
ACG Texas, the nation's largest IHOP franchisee, leased a 1-acre pad site at Stone Hill Town Center at the intersection of State Highways 130 and 45 in Pflugerville.
The Heartland Institute
F.H. Buckley Presents Dim View of America's "Crown Government"
On Thursday, April 3, The Heartland Institute 's Author Series featured F.H. Buckley , author and foundation professor at George Mason University School of Law with his eye-opening, recently published book titled, "The Once and Future King: The Rise and Fall of Crown Government."
Survey Reveals Local Businesses and Consumers Out of Sync on Mobile Search Expectations
More than a decade into the smartphone era, consumers still don't get the level of functionality they need from the mobile web when conducting searches for local and other businesses.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Poll: Cochran Controls Mississippi Senate Race
A new poll suggests that Sen. Thad Cochran, who is running for a seventh term in Mississippi, holds an advantage over other conservatives in the race.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Lee returns as - Mother Jones'
Obie Award-winning Kaiulani Lee, best known in Maine for her one-woman play "A Sense of Wonder," will present "Can't Scare Me a The Story of Mother Jones" Thursday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Unity College Center for the Performing Arts, 42 Depot St. Tickets are $10 in advance, $25 at the door.