News Stories

  • Liquor Ban During Election Day Pushed to Be Lifted

    Tax revenue losses during election day due to liquor bans have pushed some lawmakers to consider overturning the law banning the sale of liquor during voting hours in Kentucky. Kentucky is one of the few remaining states to not allow the sale of liquor during election days along with South Carolina. Democratic state representative Arnold

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  • Police Presence to be Increased This Week

    With the rising vandalism, littering, noise and underage parties and drinking disrupting community and neighborhoods, the police are increasing their authorial presence all over the Five Points of South Carolina. The president of the Wales Garden Neighborhood Association, Andrew Marion, states that the kids get extremely drunk, vandalize properties, lose their respect and easily become

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  • The Mis Sold PPI Claims Scandal Explained

    PPI or payment protection insurance is a very effective insurance product. However, because bank representatives mis sold the insurance policy, it has become notorious for swindling customers thousands of pounds for an insurance policy they do not have any use for. PPI provides monthly repayments for financing in case the holder faces financial hassle, but

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  • Better Pay: Fire Chief Demands Higher Pay for Columbian-Richland Department Firefighters

    Aubrey Jenkins, the Fire Chief of Columbia, demands to provide higher pay for their firefighters after losing much firefighters every year. Employees, unsatisfied by their current pay, leave their current firefighter profession and using their experience to find jobs elsewhere. Currently, the department has 499 members in its roster. Jenkins provided a report that shows

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