The Community Foundation manages 41 scholarship funds that provide educational opportunities for students across South Carolina. Each scholarship has its own specific purpose and eligibility criteria according to the recommendations of the donor.
Columbia, S.C. – The Columbia Museum of Art announces the 2017 – 2018 seasons of both CMA Chamber Music on Main and CMA Jazz on Main. Both series feature world-renowned artistic directors and are intimately set in the museum’s gorgeous DuBose-Poston Reception Hall. CMA Chamber Music on Main Tuesday, September 26 | Happy hour and galleries open […]
A video showing a University of California, Berkeley police officer ticketing a hot dog vendor, rifling through his wallet and confiscating his money has caused an outcry across social media. The incident happened on Saturday outside of a university football game. The video shows the officer taking the vendors wallet, and the man pleading in […]
Former Lower Richland standout Richard Seymour is among the group of modern-era finalists for the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class, released Tuesday. Seymour is in his first year of eligibility one of 108 modern era players who made the list. Seymour was a 1996 Shrine Bowl selection while at Lower Richland who played […]
The background check system run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, and Tobacco is well suited to check whether voters are eligible to cast a ballot because it checks for such things as citizenship and criminal history. But the qualifications for purchasing a firearm are much more stringent than those for voting.
The cycles of poverty, discrimination, and sexism are much, much harder to break than the record for Grand Slam titles. For every black woman that rises through the ranks to a position of power, there are too many others who are still struggling. Most black women across our country do not have the same support that I did, and so they often don’t speak out about what is just, fair and appropriate in the workplace. When they do, they are often punished for it.
Clowns lost work at schools and libraries thanks to the scary sightings. And with It's terrifying Pennywise about to come back in full form to the silver screen, they're gearing up again to face an unwanted backlash against their chosen character roles.
(NEWS RELEASE) – South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced today that the state’s law against price gouging is now in effect since Gov. Henry McMaster declared a state of emergency. “With the possibility that Hurricane Irma could make landfall in South Carolina, our people have already started making preparations. We can expect normal price […]
A Texas woman said she felt like she had been “raped” following what she called an invasive roadside strip search by two Harris County deputies. Charnesia Corley, 23, filed a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff’s Office after a June 2015 traffic stop, which ended with two female deputies pinning Corley to the ground and […]
Film manufacturer Charter NEX Films (charternex.com) is soon constructing a 140,000-square-foot facility expected to bring an $85-million capital investment and 110 new jobs to Richland County. “We’re extremely excited about Charter NEX’s new location in Richland County,” said Richland County Chair Joyce Dickerson, District 2. “The company’s commitment to our community and the creation of […]