The S.C. Supreme Court heard from the city of Columbia and Richland County School District in cases involving mask requirements in schools as COVID-19 continues to spread.
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The country's top housing official visited South Carolina's capital city on Aug. 30 to encourage more residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine and to bring more awareness to rental assistance that tenants and landlords can apply for now that a federal moratorium eviction has ended.
We’ve become accustomed to S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson's missives demanding that public officials back off their attempts to protect the…
There’s nothing rational or sensible about the S.C. law that prohibits schools from requiring kids to wear masks, particularly the under-12 cr…
From legal challenges to potential political action next month, a Columbia City Council vote to require masks in 43 elementary and middle schools brings with it lots of questions.
Columbia city leaders approved a request by Mayor Steve Benjamin to declare a state of emergency that will require masks to be worn in 43 schools within municipal limits.
Two weeks before classes resume, the city of Columbia plans to require masks in many schools after declaring a state of emergency — a move that will likely trigger legal challenges from state leaders.
Greenville may adjust fall event rules as cases spike but doesn't plan to challenge Gov. Henry McMaster's order that preempted local mask rules.
With $9 million worth of state aid already in hand, the financing gap remains sizable for a project that could cost up to $70 million but deliver hotel space, parking facilities and other investments on an adjacent 12-acre site owned by city native Ben Arnold.
He didn't give a timeline for when such a decision could be made, and it wasn't immediately known whether a citywide mask mandate would pertain to outdoor venues and gathering spots.