On a normal week in September, Danny Einhorn’s downtown bicycle shop is a hive of activity. Tourists come in looking for rentals, college students come in looking for an easier way to get to class, regulars come in for tune-ups during what’s often the best time of the year to ride.
When author Brian Hicks came across the story of Judge Julius Waties Waring – whom he calls the most unlikely civil rights hero in history – he knew it had to be told. “Waring changed the country,” says Hicks, a journalist based in Charleston, South Carolina. “Everybody has heard of Brown vs. Board of Education, and to think it started with this one man, the son of a family of … Read More
Among the big ticket items of life, selling a house ranks up there with, well, buying a home in the first place.
Homeowners often work with a real estate agent for home sales, relying on the professional to put the house on the market at a list price, show the property to prospective buyers, write up contracts on possible purchases and track the sale through to closing.
Real News. A Real Difference. Tony Bartelme in Africa seeking patients of Emanuel Mayegga, a student of Dr. Dilan Ellegala. Tony traveled to Tanzania in 2010 to cover the story of Dr. Ellegala, an MUSC neurosurgeon performing and teaching brain surgery in one of the poorest and most remote places in Africa. The series was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. By Tony Bartelme Special Projects Reporter, The Post and … Read More
Real News. A Real Difference. In this file photo from 2016, Dorothy Hogan stands outside the room of her son Jim Connor who was in the ICU at Roper Hospital battling esophageal cancer. Lauren Sausser shared his story, shining a light on the many challenges faced by low-income people trying to get life-saving care without health insurance. Jim died Sept. 28, 2016. By Lauren SausserHealth Editor, The Post and Courier … Read More
Real News. A Real Difference: Carol Armstrong suffered a brutal attack that left her with a severe brain injury, blind in one eye, confined to a wheelchair and paralyzed on the left side of her body. Above her husband, James, lays his head on her shoulder in this file photo from 2002. Jennifer Berry Hawes’ story about Carol resulted in an outpouring of support from the community. By Jennifer Berry … Read More
Real News. A Real Difference: Jenna Henson Black (right) is overcome with emotion and is comforted by Safe Harbor Executive Director Becky Callahan during the opening of the new Oconee County women’s shelter. Black has been raising money for the shelter since 2004 after she fled her abusive husband of 18 years. Glenn Smith was part of a team of reporters that worked on “Till death do us part,” a … Read More
With more than 2.3 billion active users and more than 1.9 billion mobile users globally, social media presents a huge opportunity for brands. In fact, 83 percent of all marketers say they use social media as part of their marketing efforts. If you're a business owner, you probably have a Facebook page and maybe even a Twitter account. But are you actually using social media to its full advantage? Here … Read More
The internet has changed every aspect of our world, including advertising and marketing. Today, it's not enough to rely on traditional print or even TV ads - you need to be seen in the digital space to reach a modern audience. And the best way to be seen on the internet? Search engine marketing. Also known as "paid search," SEM refers to ads purchased on search engines in order to … Read More