Q: Why do South Carolinians love Candy Corn?
Columns & Letters
Q: What is your opinion of buying a vacation home, then renting it out when you’re not there?
Q: Why is Biblebrook Rd. Closed?
A: Local residents may have run into a recent road closure, and it’s likely to remain that way for a while.
Q: What’s the difference between a credit union and a bank?
A: A bank is owned by stockholders.
When the bank makes a profit – and they should make a profit – the stockholders, who are owners of the company, get that profit.
Q: When will Kids Planet reopen?
Q: Will there still be trick or treating on Trade Street this year?
Q: My son is about to go off to college, and I’m concerned about how he’ll handle his money when he gets there. We’ve taught all our children how to use your envelope system, and to save and give, but I’d like some advice on how he can safeguard his finances a little better.
Q: I have a savings account for my two-year old that has $5,000 in it, and about half of that is in gold. I’m going to save for his college separately, and give this to him to help start his life after school. Is there a better place to put this other than a traditional savings account?
Q: Where in the world is The Greer Citizen Editor Billy Cannada this week?
A: Our faithful readers may have noticed something missing from this week’s paper–not the latest council news, movie review or high school football wrap-up, but a byline from our fearless leader, Billy Cannada.
By Norman Cannada
I know you’re used to coming to this spot to hear whatever is on Billy Cannada’s mind right now, but my youngest son is a little bit preoccupied at the moment, so I am coming off the bench–to use a sports analogy on the sports page–to fill in as a substitute columnist.