"The seven-story Modernist building drew both praise and criticism upon its completion," the city said.
Schuyler Kropf is The Post and Courier political editor. He has covered every major political race in South Carolina dating to 1988, including for U.S. Senate, governorship, the Statehouse and Republican and Democratic presidential primaries.
Three years ago, New Jersey passed legislation that limits most gun owners to possessing magazines that hold 10 rounds of ammunition, a reduction from the 15-round limit that had been in place since 1990.
According to authorities and arrest affidavits, a closer look showed the wrappers looked as if they had been altered with glue.
In 2020, the Democrats' process was widely derided for Iowa's counting meltdown and New Hampshire's continued small-state, oversized-influence.
The order comes after Gov. Henry McMaster contacted DSS about the system’s capacity to accommodate minors, thousands of whom have entered the U.S. in recent months.
Former Gov. Nikki Haley will visit the South Carolina State campus April 12 in a stop where she will appear with embattled university President James Clark.
Robert Kerr must still be confirmed by the S.C. Senate. He previously served as director of DHHS from 2003 to 2007 during the Gov. Mark Sanford administration. He worked for the agency for 22 years.
Former University of South Carolina president James B. "Jim" Holderman died April 3 at age 85, leaving behind a legacy of successfully promoting the school to the national stage while being plagued by a trail of legal missteps.
Feidin Santana, who filmed the Walter Scott police shooting in North Charleston, is now an officer in the Charleston County Democratic Party.
Col. Jaron Roux was relieved of duty for "lack of confidence in his ability to command" following what was termed a substantiated investigation into allegations Roux "engaged in unprofessional relationships and fraternization."