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Georgetown County Parks and Recreation announced on Jan. 24 that its Jr. NBA 3v3 Youth Basketball League will be delayed by at least one more week as a result of COVID-19.
The home-buying binge of 2020 spilled over into 2021, with every market across South Carolina reporting higher sales last year to propel the state to a new record in residential transactions. Looking ahead, sales are expected to remain healthy but soften somewhat as higher interest rates affect some activity.
Thousands lost power, roads iced over and flights were canceled after an ice storm passed over the Myrtle Beach area on Jan. 21.
A developer with hopes to build 400 homes along the Intracoastal Waterway needs Horry County leaders to remove an obscure building restriction for the project to move forward. Read more
The addition of Lovasea Carroll from the transfer portal on Jan. 24 was matched by the departure of Kolbe Fields, but the Gamecocks still have a way to go before they're at the scholarship limit. Read more
The bureaucratic permission process was supposed to control costs and prevent duplication by providers in the same area. Read more
Top Republicans have spent six figures on outside counsel defending the state's controversial new abortion laws in court. Meanwhile, Republicans in the S.C. Statehouse are considering implementing additional limits on people’s ability to access abortions in the Palmetto State. Read more
Ukraine's leaders sought Tuesday to reassure the nation that an invasion from neighboring Russia was not imminent, even as they acknowledged the threat is real and received a shipment of U.S. military equipment to shore up their defenses. Read more
Scott "has established himself as one of the most prolific fundraisers in the U.S. Senate," the campaign said. Read more