At Thursday's Charleston County GOP reunion of retired 1st District congressmen, Sanford instead focused on why it's okay to have differences in the Republican Party after she defeated him in the June primary, ending his D.C. career.
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A veteran family law attorney in North Charleston received a three-year suspension Wednesday after the S.C. Supreme Court determined he had wi…
Opponents frame the Statehouse measures as paving the way for state-sponsored discrimination. Supporters say they're protecting religious liberties.
The state's General Assembly ratified a budget June 29 that includes no funding for Adult Protective Services, the section of the Department of Social Services tasked with caring for adults who have been abused or neglected.
Nearly four years after she was appointed by former Gov. Nikki Haley to lead South Carolina's embattled social services agency, Susan Alford a…
The Department of Social Services hands out 1,500 farmers market vouchers worth $25 to seniors across the state as part of an annual program aimed at reducing food insecurity among the elderly.
Advocates and journalists have paid critical attention to children in foster care. But once those children become adults and age out, they go largely forgotten, often cast into the world with little more than traumatic memories and mistrust to guide them.
A federal judge has ordered the S.C. Department of Social Services to appear in court next month after court-appointed experts concluded "too …
"Have you ever ovulated?" Sen. Margie Bright Matthews asked Sen. Richard Cash in the debate. Yeah, that's where we were.
This week, the state House Judiciary Committee approved legislation that would force South Carolina cities to certify in writing they are enforcing immigration laws.