A dozen business owners and employees from seven Myrtle Beach-area construction companies pled guilty to charges of employment tax fraud and employing undocumented workers in what the U.S. Attorney’s office called one of the largest-ever tax fraud investigations in South Carolina. Read more
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EAT AND DRINK
The Black Food Truck Festival will bring 10-12 area trucks and multiple musical acts to Patriots Point Nov. 13-14.
In the Charleston brewing community, there is a small-but-mighty force of women seeking to learn more about and participate in the industry. One Charleston Beer Week event this year is making sure they get a spotlight.
Today's Top Headlines
The revelation about issues with a South Carolina town's water tank only came after residents complained about their drinking water. Read more
A single sheet of paper contains four typed statemen… Read more
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