University of South Carolina president Bob Caslen said the budget outlook is more serious than any the college has faced since the Great Recession.
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Richland Two Superintendent Baron Davis has set a personal goal of bringing 100 minority male teachers into his schools over the next four years to better reflect the district's student demographics.
Columbia's COMET bus system is taking additional steps after a pair of drivers tested positive for COVID-19, including offering all employees …
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams joined Gov. Henry McMaster and other state leaders to announce a two-week mass coronavirus testing initiative in South Carolina's capital region.
Colubmia’s Rambo's Fat Cat Biscuits, the popular breakfast-biscuit-slinging mobile operation, is opening a brick-and-mortar shop on North Main Street early next month. Read more
There are many philosophies that consider art more important to experience than understand. Read more
Black and Indigenous Columbia hospitality business owners will be eligible for a James Beard… Read more
The roving brewery Bierkeller Columbia is bringing back its popular pop-up beer garden event… Read more
Its annual conference has been moved to the web and it won't be charging admission. But South Carolina technology stalwart Blackbaud Inc. is likely to attract attention with its headline speaker this year: actress and comedian Amy Poehler. Read more
- SC recommends monthly coronavirus tests for some as cases climb
- Less than half in SC agree to contact tracing as disease's spread continues uncontrolled
- Oxford, AstraZeneca to resume coronavirus vaccine trial
- MUSC says it needs $30M more from SC to fund tests and vaccine work
- College of Charleston reports 103 active student COVID-19 cases, launches online dashboard
Three former South Carolina football players chime in on the direction the program is taking under Will Muschamp. Read more
This November may be Graham's toughest test yet as he seeks reelection and explains to voters how he will push for Trump's Supreme Court nominee on the president's aggressive timetable Read more
Despite a months-long push from South Carolina business leaders, legislation protecting South Carolina employers from COVID-19 lawsuits if they follow safety guidelines appears to be a goner. Read more
Retired Army Maj. Gen. William Grimsley proposed that all 46 county VA offices become a part of the new statewide department, meaning they could become state employees. Read more
Those who had been in touch with Ginsburg or her staff recently said she seemed to be coping with treatment for cancer and also making plans for events months away. Read more
While the Legislature created the late special session to make decisions on COVID-19 aid and state spending, other measures that haven't received much attention are advancing, too. Read more