South Carolina farmers have been waiting months to find out how much money they will be able to claim in federal funds meant to ease the financial burden from years of natural disasters. And there doesn't appear to be an end in sight.
Conner Mitchell is a Kansas native covering Berkeley and Dorchester counties for The Post and Courier. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas and has worked previously at the Kansas City Star, Lawrence Journal-World and Palm Beach Post.
The three-candidate race has already tripled the funds from the last mayoral election in 2015 — all without an incumbent on the ticket.
Damage to the building's roof and computer systems had forced its closure since Independence Day. The mobile location will have five counters that perform most normal DMV operations.
Johnson, who took office in 2016, was critical of current Town Council members, and said they were a main reason he wasn't running again.
The agreement came after citizens voiced concerns that Dominion Energy was trimming trees in a way that diminished their historic feel.
Some Charleston-area nonprofits have seen their grant funding from Trident United Way slashed or eliminated in what some call "unexpected." Trident says grant applicants had all the information up front.
South Carolina eliminated mandatory vehicle inspections in 1995. Now, the state consistently ranks in the top tier of fatal car crashes each year.
Mount Pleasant town residents who visit Memorial Waterfront Park could still park for free under the proposal.
Of the 149 people rescued at lifeguarded Charleston-area beaches in 2018, 123 were in trouble due to a rip current.
Timberland High School was invited to be one of three bands from South Carolina to perform in Thursday's July 4 parade at the nation's capitol.