The Summerville area over the last couple of years has slowly become a development hub with more houses rising up in the area. The challenge now is pinpointing spaces where low-income families can afford to stay. Read more
Georgetown County Schools' Executive Director of Safety and Risk Management, Alan Walters, was named the 2022 South Carolina District Level Administrator of the Year.
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'This neighborhood needs some tender love and care'
It provides a bright spot on the city's southern end while also educating people on the area's civil rights leaders. 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
Hospitalizations among people age 65 and older are dropping across the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC attributes the trend to the use of vaccines among the age group.
After a year and a half of pandemic learning, graduates at The Citadel and College of Charleston embrace the opportunity to receive their diplomas in person.
McMaster's signature on May 6 amended a 2015 law supported by then-S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley which granted in-state tuition to all former service members using education benefits from the GI Bill.
The movie theaters at Azalea Square in Summerville opened on May 7 after being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more
McMaster's signature on May 6 amended a 2015 law supported by then-S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley which granted in-state tuition to all former service … Read more
State Sen. Dick Harpootlian, a former prosecutor, argued the method is more humane than the electric chair because the death is more likely to… Read more
The House and Senate will need to reconcile differences between their two versions of the bill before it can head to the desk of Gov. Henry Mc… Read more
Citing worker shortages in the state, Gov. Henry McMaster has asked that South Carolina stop participating in all federal pandemic-related une… Read more
A housing boom in lower Richland County has residents and some elected officials on edge, as they worry about what the long-term impacts will be, from strained water systems to overcrowded schools and traffic hazards. Read more
Visceral hopes of reopening at various points during the height of the pandemic proved unrealistic, but the coming of another summer brings something real. Rehearsals are beginning. Sets are coming to life. Live theater is returning. Read more
Georgetown County Schools' Executive Director of Safety and Risk Management, Alan Walters, was named the 2022 South Carolina District Level Administrator of the Year. Read more
It's not every high school coach who can get NFL legend Bill Belichick to chime in on his introductory press conference. Read more
Restaurateur Meherwan Irani's next project is a collection of food vendors in one of Asheville’s most prominent art deco buildings. Read more
The state budget bill adopted last week by the S.C. Senate is quite a blessing to nonprofits and local governments, which were showered with $100 million worth of useful and not-so-useful projects and programs. But unlike the past decade, those earmarks were outed by a reform that allows taxpayers to find out how their money is being spent before it's actually spent. Read more