March 11, 2011 RSS feed / Society

Nobel prize winner speaks against landmines

This year, The Walker Institute of International & Area Studies at the University of South Carolina is celebrating 50 years. More...

Relief for Medicare fraud

Medicare is changing the way it pays for medical equipment like walkers and wheelchairs to save you money and guard against fraud. The change won’t affect your Medicare coverage. More...

Miss Alexander and Mr. Bolton wed March 4, 2011

Miranda Ashley Alexander and Frank Thomas Bolton were married in a 5:30 p.m. ceremony at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Friday, March 4, 2011. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Tula Henson.  More...

Miss Lybrand and Mr. Gray marry March 5, 2011

Leigh Ellen Lybrand and James Cranston Gray III were married in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral March 5, 2011. The Rev. Canon Joye Q. Cantrell and The Rev. Robert L. Van Doren Jr., uncle of the bridegroom, performed the 5:00 p.m. More...

SC Press Association elects officers

William E.N. Hawkins, editor and publisher of The Post and Courier in Charleston, was elected president of the S.C. Press Association at the group’s annual meeting Saturday at the Hilton Columbia Center hotel.  More...

Local singer holds CD Release Party

Trudie Harris, a Columbia native, has been a singer/entertainer/songwriter for most of her life, performing with her band in the US and abroad.  More...

Miss Johnston and Mr. Knight exchange vows March 5, 2011

Mr. and Mrs. Roland McKittrick Knight III were married March 5, 2011, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. The marriage is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Allen Johnston, the bride’s parents.  The Reverend Charles Meyer Davis Jr. More...