May 07--BLOOMINGTON -- George Taliaferro rakes fallen pine tree limbs from his mulched landscaping. "I'll be with you in a minute, young man," he says with a twinkle in his eyes to the visitor who is no longer young.
May 07--The Federal Trade Commission reported that Pennsylvania had more than 9,000 complaints of identity theft in 2010. Anyone can be a victim of identity theft, but the older population is more vulnerable.
May 07--It's hard to get excited about CDs that yield a half-percent interest or less. And it's even harder to live on the proceeds.
May 07--Dottie Drennan got the call on a warm spring day while home relaxing. "That was my first clue that something wasn't right," said Drennan, who continued to listen "out of curiosity."
May 05--DURHAM -- Clydie Pugh-Myers, one of the state's first black licensed practical nurses, once drove a red Cadillac around Durham, sang in the choir at her church, and generally stayed busy.
May 04--FLORENCE, S.C. -- When Grady Moore visited the Francis Marion University bookstore to pick up his cap and gown for Saturday's commencement, several people asked him if he was a professor. "I told them 'I'm afraid not,'" said Moore.