A spokesman for the South Carolina Republican confirmed to The Post and Courier on Oct. 21 that Mace joined eight other Republicans from the U.S. House who voted with the Democratic majority to subpoena Bannon. Read more
Real-time stats and the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in SC and beyond, compiled by our reporters and editors. Read more
First Lady stops by South Carolina
The president's wife will return to the state Oct. 25 to visit MUSC's Hollings Cancer Center for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, her office announced Oct. 21.
In a day when partisan warfare and Twitter taunts can define the day’s public discourse, local newspapers like the Union County News provide something else. They bind people with the glue of shared community. Read more
The embattled South Carolina Governor's School for Agriculture at John de la Howe has been accused of defamation in a lawsuit by a current employee, and documents uncovered by a newspaper raised other questions about the boarding school's leadership. Read more
South Carolina has more than 500 active sand mines, a number that has increased by 35 percent since 2000. But an Uncovered investigation reveals a pattern of abuse. In Awendaw, a company run by Elliott Summey, who has held powerful public positions, mined millions of dollars in sand and dirt from a public park, leaving behind a string of violations and unanswered questions. Read more
The State Law Enforcement Division has opened an investigation into Summerton Councilman Chalmers Stukes. Read more