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The plan to place a moratorium on certain types of new development in the city is all but dead in the water. But in a compromise promised to come at the end of April, limitations of some sort will emerge.
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City Council voted unanimously at its April 13 meeting to end the service in order to "protect taxpayer money from an inefficient practice."
Speaking at a Greenwood Chamber of Commerce event on April 6, the CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond rattled off a number of factors he couched as generally positive for the economy, with a caveat.
The project has been years in the making and seeks to ease congestion on East Butler, which runs through central Mauldin and intersects with U.S. 276 and Interstate 385, as Mauldin experiences rapid growth.
Uncovering SC corruption
A string of questionable conduct and excess at a Greenville fire district cost taxpayers thousands and wrecked morale. Almost none of it has come to light.
Speaking at a Greenwood Chamber of Commerce event on April 6, the CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond rattled off a number of factors he couched as generally positive for the economy, with a caveat. Read more
- Anyone 16 and older in SC qualifies for a COVID vaccine shot starting March 31
- Most people in SC can get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here's what to know about how to get one.
- COVID-19 likely the third leading cause of death in SC in 2020, DHEC says
- 5 things SC residents should know about the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief act
- All SC long-term care facilities must allow indoor visits and hugs, with few exceptions
It's not clear if the exceedingly rare reports — so far, six cases out of more than 7 million inoculations in the U.S. — really are linked to the J&J vaccine. But the government recommended a pause in J&J vaccinations on Tuesday, just a week after European regulators declared that such clots are a rare but possible risk with the AstraZeneca vaccine, a shot made in a similar way but not yet approved for use in the U.S. Read more
Republican Jonathan Angner won the Georgetown City Council seat over Democrat Ronald McInnis during the special election on April 13. Read more
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is among 22 top state lawyers opposing statehood for Washington, D.C., saying it would be unconstitutional based on the Founding Fathers' position on the matter. Read more
Fresh off an election cycle in which South Carolina Democrats raised millions of dollars but still lost a U.S. Senate race by double digits, their first challenge will be convincing donors and voters not to give up on the Palmetto State. Read more