South Carolina needs to prepare its workforce for manufacturing jobs.
Here’s a little pop quiz for all you parents out there.
A centralized computer system for tracking child support payments sounds like a good idea.
Ginny Deerin wants South Carolina voters to eat more vegetables, metaphorically speaking.
The Birth Outcomes Initiative has made real progress.
A young woman’s life is forever changed by a careless random act of violence.
Nearly half the public school students in this country live in poverty, and you can probably guess which states have skewed that statistic.
Why can’t science teachers simply teach science?
There’s been a lot of talk these past few days about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Nobody wants to sit here two years from now, when the 2013 homicide statistics come out, and lament that South Carolina is once again one of the most ...
Sometimes it’s easy to get bogged down in what’s going wrong in South Carolina.
You may be surprised to learn that Summerville’s population has grown to 44,836, making it the seventh most populous municipality in the ...
Being homeless is not a crime, despite recent actions to the contrary across the Carolinas.
Surely the state Legislature, in its infinite wisdom, never intended its 2006 Stand Your Ground law to be used by an alleged home invader.
Maybe now that the Centers for Disease Control says that TB was a contributing factor in the March death of a Greenwood-area man, things will change ...