The 16th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon, a three-day fundraiser for the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, brought in nearly $216,000 in donations and pledges for the not-for-profit Children’s Hospital of Georgia, according to a news release.
EDITOR’S NOTE: We joke about airlines losing your luggage, sometimes lose their way. That’s what happened on a February night in 1986 when a Piedmont Airlines flight mistook smaller Daniel Field for the larger Bush Field airport and landed the big passenger jet on the wrong and much smaller runway. Despite the late hour and the winter night many of you still remember it 30 years later.
My brother was in town on business and dropped in to spend the night. A business text sent him to his laptop and he asked if he could use our home Wi-Fi. “Of course,” I said. “What’s the password?” he asked, and I realized I wasn’t sure. Read more
A member of Savannah River National Laboratory’s radiochemistry team has been named winner of the Donald Orth Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest distinction given by SRNL on technical excellence and leadership. Read more
Does it seem to you that the world is upside down? Brutal, oppressive dictator Castro dies and the pope acknowledges said death with a personally signed telegram of condolences demonstrating the esteem in which he held Castro. ESTEEM? Read more
COLUMBIA — South Carolina’s prisons chief is doing the best he can to make do with tight budgets and staffing shortfalls. Sometimes that means putting some of the state’s institutions on 23-hour-a-day lockdown to keep both inmates and officers safe. Read more