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Beginning Monday, new ID card required for entry to state port terminals

Port service Officer Harriett Parson asked everyone driving into the State Ports Authority's Columbus Street Terminal on Wednesday the same question: Do you have TWIC? And though every worker who needs access to port facilities must have the federal Transportation Worker Identification Credential by Monday, Parson heard varied responses on the final business day before that deadline.

Back to basics: 'Retro' toys a hit

NEW YORK â€" Counting dollars this holiday season, Tom De Santes wants to avoid buying high-priced technology gadgets as gifts for his two sons. Instead, he is going to buy the boys, ages 6 and 7, a classic from his own childhood: Lincoln Logs.

Banker says he'll discuss pay

GREENVILLE â€" A prominent retired Upstate-based banker whose departing pay has been questioned by the governor and at least one South Carolina congressman doesn't want to be an obstacle to his former company getting federal bailout funds, his attorney said.

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Steve & Barry's plans to close all of its stores

After months of struggling to stay afloat, Steve & Barry's has announced the liquidation of its 173 remaining stores across the U.S., including one in the Charleston region.










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