Sabrina Doss was certified with an Advanced Emergency Medical Dispatch diploma from the International Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch. She works for Gold Cross EMS.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Since he was 9 years old, Parnell Diggs has gotten much of his news from a South Carolina radio reading program for the blind.Now, 32 years later, that option is disappearing.The state Commission for the Blind is eliminating the service at the end of this month as part of its plan to reduce expenses and absorb budget cuts.For Diggs, the loss will be critical.
Since he was 9, Parnell Diggs has gotten much of his news from a South Carolina radio reading program for the blind. Now, 32 years later, that option is disappearing.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- State budget cuts have forced the South Carolina State Library to end a reading service for the blind.
Local attorney to lead association Richmond County Solicitor General Sheryl B. Jolly will serve as president of the Solicitors General Association of Georgia. Elected Thursday at the solicitors association meeting at Jekyll Island, she is the first solicitor general from the Augusta area to hold the position, she said. "I think it's a tremendous honor," said the solicitor. "I think it says a lot for Augusta."
Graniteville resident Jerry Johnson said he cannot miss something he never had. Born prematurely, he has been blind all of his life.
AIKEN - Liz Lewis carries a heavy caseload, responsible for helping 100 individuals in the state get the most from high school in preparation for the adult world.
There are lot of misconceptions about the blind.
WARRENVILLE - Patricia Green was hot, tired and moving slow Tuesday afternoon, tuckered out from a long tour of duty filling vending machines at Savannah River Site.
ROME, Ga. - A class-action federal lawsuit stemming from the discovery of hundreds of corpses at a northwest Georgia crematory has been settled for more than $39.5 million, attorneys said Thursday.