The talent acquisition manager says that there is room for advancement, growth and other opportunities within City of Columbia.
Author: Alex Tejada
Human trafficking is not just sexual in nature or involving illegal drugs. The task force says one of the most difficult forms to spot is labor trafficking.
INTERNET AND WATER FACILITIES: Congressman Clyburn and Biden administration officials highlight infrastructure improvements
“Twenty percent of South Carolinians don’t have access to high-speed, affordable broadband. It’s time to change that,” Raimondo said.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — Fort Jackson, the largest basic combat training installation in the Army, teaches 45,000 soldiers each year in its basic training program alone. The base employs thousands of workers and contributes more than $2 billion of revenue to the Palmetto State according to a study by the University of South Carolina. “This is the transformation from being…
NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK: Harvest Hope’s mission of feeding the area made possible by Midlands residents
“We really just can’t function without volunteers. Everything that we do here cannot be done by ourselves.”
“What I will tell you is that as a community, we’re not going to accept this. This is not going to be the norm in Columbia South Carolina.”
MEDICAL MARIJUANA: Veterans and cannabis advocates call on lawmakers to pass Compassionate Care Bill
Cannabis is helping not just veterans. One South Carolina mom spoke about the benefit it has for her daughter who suffers from epileptic seizures.
MEMORIAL BRUNCH: Congressman Jim Clyburn continues legacy of late wife with new fundraiser at annual golf tournament
Monday’s renaming of the luncheon to the Dr. Emily Clyburn Memorial Brunch coincided with the kickoff of the Clyburn Foundations fundraiser in collaboration with the eight HBCUs in South Carolina.
Gamecocks fans will have a first look at this year’s team Saturday night at 7.
Rickenmann showed up to the former Gonzales Gardens site to break ground on the Oak at St. Anna’s Park, a 285-unit development on Forest Drive.