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DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) A Darlington company announced Tuesday they have purchased the former Wellman Palmetto Plant.Darlington Developments LLC, a subsidiary of International Process Plants, purchased the plant located at 1000 E. McIver Rd., including it 1.1 million square foot building, 760 acres of land and all existing machinery and equipment. The company said it plans to remarket the plant to other users, noting existing production units are available to restart or be moved elsewhere.Darlington Developments said in a press release if the plants are moved from the current location, other industries will repopulate the site.”We are pleased that we can work with Darlington Development to move forward to proactively remarket the former Wellman Palmetto Plant now that it has been sold,” said Jim Ramsey, chairman of Darlington County Economic Development Partnership. “In addition to more than 1 million square feet under roof, I am excited about the hundreds of undeveloped acres that can be marketed separately for business development.”2009 WMBF News. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.15 year old who went missing from Conway Medical Center found safe15 year old who went missing from Conway Medical Center found safeUpdated: Thursday,
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March 8 2018 11:26 PM EST2018 03 09 04:26:34 GMTGarion Reynolds (Source: Conway Police Department)A 15 year old boy who fled from Conway Medical Center Thursday night has been located and is safe.A 15 year old boy who fled from Conway Medical Center Thursday night has been located and is safe.Replica Nye’s Pharmacy sign installed in ConwayReplica Nye’s Pharmacy sign installed in ConwayUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 10:43 PM EST2018 03 09 03:43:38 GMTA replica of the Nye’s Pharmacy sign has been installed in Conway. (Source: WMBF News)The historic Nye’s Pharmacy sign is on its way back up . sort of.The historic Nye’s Pharmacy sign is on its way back up . sort of.’I was sick of being ignored:’ Bullying leads Aynor Middle student to attempt suicide’I was sick of being ignored:’ Bullying leads Aynor Middle student to attempt suicideUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 10:29 PM EST2018 03 09 03:29:39 GMTAn Aynor Middle School student attempted suicide earlier this year because of bullying. (Source: WMBF News)Just seven days after Aynor Middle School student Taylor Ibarra committed suicide, another young teen attending the same school attempted to do the same thing.Just seven days after Aynor Middle School student Taylor Ibarra committed suicide, another young teen attending the same school attempted to do the same thing.School officials, law enforcement, others talk school safety at WMBF News Town HallSchool officials, law enforcement, others talk school safety at WMBF News Town HallUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 9:57 PM EST2018 03 09 02:57:47 GMTFifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson took part in Thursday’s WMBF News Town Hall. (Source: WMBF News)Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson took part in Thursday’s WMBF News Town Hall. (Source: WMBF News)Since the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida on February 14, WMBF has heard from dozens of parents, students, educators and community members concerned about safety in our schools.
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who she said were “just totally wasted.””They just put their cigarettes out wherever they felt like it,” said Star King. (Mark King)”They threw paint all over my works that I was going to sell for probably a couple thousand. Just totally disrespectful behaviour,” said King, who is an artist.’We came and wished the home was burnt down to ashes. It would have felt way better.’ Star King, Airbnb hostShe overheard Calgary police at the scene describe the situation as a “drug induced orgy.”Airbnb spokesman Jakob Kerr says the company has banned this guest from renting again through the website.Mike and Star King survey the damage in their home, which was vandalized over the weekend. (CBC)”We have zero tolerance for this kind of behaviour and our team is working quickly to make this right,” Kerr wrote in an email statement.”Over 35 million guests have stayed on Airbnb, and property damage is extremely rare.”Quebec is already looking into beefing up rules surrounding rentals to tourists without a permit. Next month, the province plans to table a bill to regulate online home sharing services,
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The show will bring celebrities from different walks of life to leverage their fame for the benefit of the common man.

Colors, the Viacom18 flagship Hindi general entertainment channel, plans to launch a new show titled ‘Mission Sapne’ during the summer of 2014.

The show will bring celebrities from different walks of life to leverage their fame for the benefit of the common man. According to the channel, it is a dramatic entertainment offering which conveys a strong social message to audiences. It will showcase celebrities step into the shoes of the ‘aam aadmi’ (common man) for a day, and face hardships to raise funds for those who struggle to make ends meet.

Bollywood celebrities and sportsmen like Salman Khan, Varun Dhawan, Harbhajan Singh, Mika Singh have confirmed their participation on the show. These ‘famous’ people, in order to help the lesser privileged ones, will take up their job up for a day to help them yield better outcomes. For instance, these people will be seen driving taxis,
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selling fish or becoming door to door salesmen. They will be required to use their talent, wit and star persona to ensure that business continues to boom for the people they are supporting and change their ordinary and tough life to an ‘extraordinary’ one.

Raj Nayak, CEO, Colors, says, “Mission Sapne is our humble effort to showcase the hardships faced by the ‘aam aadmi’ and join hands with celebrities from different walks of life to make a difference. With everything that our audiences have given us in making Colors a household name, Mission Sapne is our endeavour to give back to the society by bringing the life of a common man to the limelight and sharing their story for the world to behold. We would like to thank the celebrities associated with Mission Sapne for extending their support and helping us lighten the burden of a tough life from some less fortunate shoulders by raising funds for their welfare.”

Smruti Shinde, director of Sobo Films (production house of the show), adds, “We are pleased to partner with India’s leading channel, Colors to present Mission Sapne. The show has an exciting approach towards showcasing the burdens in the life of a common man through the eyes of a celebrity as they work hard to generate funds. Through Mission Sapne,
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we aim to convey to Indian audiences that no person should be looked down upon and that the smallest achievements deserve to be cherished in the grandest manner.”

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Has the end of the road been reached for the cheap shoe? According to new research conducted by Mintel, over the next five years the number of pairs bought annually in the UK is expected to drop by 7 per cent.

Analysts believe women have wised up to the fact that cheap shoes are uncomfortable and liable to disintegrate at the first sight of a puddle.

So although they might buy fewer pairs, in future, they are likely to save up for more expensive shoes: one third of women questioned said they now pay more. But are High Street shoes really guaranteed to give you blisters, or have we been brainwashed?

We now, on average, own between four and six handbags each, and consider spending upwards of 400 normal. Consequently, accessories have grown to be the most profitable part of any fashion business.

Visit Prada or Miu Miu, and it seems the whole ground floor is just shoes, bags, luggage, wallets and belts; but the strategy has worked. Accessories at Burberry, once famous only for its trench coats, now make up 31 per cent of total sales.

The luxury labels, hit by the credit crisis, want us to keep spending, and while we seem to have reached saturation point with the number of bags on offer, footwear was, until last year, relatively untapped.

Not any more. We are now bombarded with images from the catwalk of multi coloured platforms and wedges in weird and wonderful shapes, fashioned out of ever more exotic skins. Barely a week has gone by when there hasn’t been a new shoe trend the gladiator, the caged platform, the shoe boot to swoon over in the pages of Grazia magazine.

Women have begun to learn, for the first time, the names of shoe ‘couturiers’, such as British designer Nicholas Kirkwood, French maestro Christian Louboutin and American favourite of the stars, Brian Atwood. According to Holli Rogers, head of retail at Net a Porter, which sells labels only at the top end of the market: ‘We have seen an incredible increase in sales of footwear.

Women are spending more to attain better design and craftsmanship Bottega Veneta is a great arbiter of this. Also, the rise in status of designer shoes has certainly contributed to this trend.’ Net a Porter’s winter best sellers included Christian Louboutin’s Moro shoe boot for Roland Mouret, which sold out in three colours despite an eye watering 520 price tag, and for spring the Christian Louboutin Rodita sandals (430) and Chlo’s patent cone heel shoe boots (316) are selling briskly.

All the top brands are muscling in on shoe mania. Mulberry, which saw sales rocket after it collaborated with the likes of Luella Bartley for its bag collections, this week launched its first shoe collection a riding boot, ankle boot, shoe boot, pump and flat lace up in plum, coffee and grey. Designed by Jonathan Kelsey, who learned his trade at Jimmy Choo, prices will range from 250 to 550.

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So what about Mintel’s claim that women are spurning the High Street because they want something comfortable and lasting? Terry de Havilland, the East Londoner who came up with the platform in the Seventies for the likes of David Bowie, and who is almost singlehandedly (singlefootedly?) responsible for its renaissance,
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says his shoes, such as the 380 Gold Margaux python sandal worn by Kate Moss for her birthday party last month, are worth the price tag.

“My shoes are handmade in London using mostly Spanish leather, which is the best quality,” he says. “I draw the shoe on the last, which means I can be very accurate when it comes to fit, and most of my designs are high, so it is important the shoe is well balanced. My designs have attitude, too: they are for confident women.”

Are shoes at the bargain basement end of the market really not worth even the 20 price tag? Malcolm Collins, buying director of footwear and accessories at New Look, now the number one retailer of footwear in the UK, disagrees.

“The feedback from the women who buy our shoes is that they love them. Our shoes are made from leather, and they are as comfy as any designer shoe. We spend a lot of money on research and development ensuring our shoes fit properly.”

And while I would dispute the comfort rating of New Look’s platforms I tested a cream patent pair on the cobbles of New York and found them so unyielding I almost lost the will to live are designer shoes that much better made? The 400 Manolo Blahnik sandals I had flown from Barney’s in New York to wear at the Oscars were comfy, but the crystal buckle came off while I was talking to John Travolta, so I had to quickly remove the other one.

Miu Miu’s grey suede peep toes cost 300, but the peep still cut into my big toe. My Bottega Veneta brown strappy sandals with Swarovski crystal heel cost more than my car but have such thin soles I could feel every pebble and wore out after one or two wears.

My new Bottega patent gladiators gave me blistered heels. My Burberry riding boots, which cost 500, were lovely until the little strap you pull to get them on snapped. ADESIGNER bag, if you treat it gently, can be an investment. Shoes, as I discovered when I tried to sell my Bottega Veneta wedding sandals to a snooty exchange store in Kensington, hold their value only if they have never been worn; even the smallest scratch on the sole renders them almost worthless.

If you must have a designer shoe, why not pop along to Gap and try on the collection designed by the hottest name in shoes, Pierre Hardy: no pair costs more than 70 spring’s bestseller is the navy suede ballet flat, for just 35.

While I have, for years, been hugely critical of the cheap shoes at M S, the new summer collection is a revelation: I love a pair of silver leather platforms with a chunky heel (25), a pair of soft green patent leather slingbacks (19.50) and a patent shoe boot (49.50). The highest platforms even come with inbuilt cushions (Insolias) for the balls of your feet.

I also love the very high fashion but relatively comfy shoes at Reiss, which hover around 100. If you must have a shoe by a couturier, then go to Bally; the Swiss cobbler has cannily hired Brian Atwood: I love his cork soled gladiator sandal, at 240.

Then do as the New Yorkers do, and turn up at an event in sneakers, stooping to get your glads out of their little cloth bag at the door.

During couture week in Paris earlier this month, I overhead one Manhattan fashionista wailing: “My shoes don’t do pavements!” Neither, at these prices, should you.

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