State Hose
Friday, March 27, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
On this episode of Palmetto Scene, South Carolina is halfway through the legislative session so we will look at what the House and Senate have passed and what is to come for the rest of the year. Also, American Graduate's latest feature on the Cougar New Tech program in Colleton... + continue reading
State House
Friday, March 27, 2015
Posted by k.park
Recently, Treasurer Curtis Loftis began campaigning against a proposed bill that would change regulations for S.C.’s $30 billion pension fund, reports Greenville Online. Loftis believes that the legislation would lessen public oversight of the pension. Through a strategic partnership with... + continue reading
Columbia
Friday, March 27, 2015
Posted by k.park
Converge SE, Columbia's and the Southeast's buzzworthy web design and development conference, is soon to arrive in the Capital City April 15-18, bringing with it many exciting speakers from companies like Adobe, The IronYard and RetailMeNot, and opportunities for the tech and business-... + continue reading
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Posted by k.geer
Human and sex trafficking is a largely secretive crime going on throughout the United States. According to Polaris, an organization that works to raise awareness about the issues of trafficking, “in 2014, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline…received reports... + continue reading
Myrtle Beach
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Posted by a.crouch
With many people heading to a spring break destination soon, a South Carolina tourist hotspot has received recognition by two different outlets. Readers of USA Today have voted Myrtle Beach the top spring break destination. The reason it was chosen was because of its mini golf courses, miles of... + continue reading
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Kay Stanley
Kay Stanley only made it two days into retirement before she knew it just wasn’t for her. She is, after all, a creative type who craves that visual expression and inspiration from the people around her. It was only after she and her husband moved to South Carolina’s coast on Daufuskie Island that she found her second career as a... + continue reading
Madden Painting
“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way - things I had no words for.” – Georgia O’Keeffe For Elena Madden, inspiration for her art is in “light patterns and ever-changing colors of fluid surfaces.” And residing in Beaufort, coupled with living on a houseboat;... + continue reading

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Myrtle Beach
Wednesday, 03/25/15
With many people heading to a spring break destination soon, a South Carolina tourist hotspot has received recognition by two different outlets. Readers of USA Today have voted Myrtle Beach the top... + continue reading

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Monday, 03/16/15
When Dutch Fork Middle School student Emmey Harris was injured in a horseback-riding accident that left her homebound, students and teachers at the school came up with a plan to bring the classroom... + continue reading

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Thursday, 03/26/15
Human and sex trafficking is a largely secretive crime going on throughout the United States. According to Polaris, an organization that works to raise awareness about the issues of trafficking,... + continue reading

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State House
Friday, 03/27/15
Recently, Treasurer Curtis Loftis began campaigning against a proposed bill that would change regulations for S.C.’s $30 billion pension fund, reports Greenville Online. Loftis believes that... + continue reading

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Columbia
Friday, 03/27/15
Converge SE, Columbia's and the Southeast's buzzworthy web design and development conference, is soon to arrive in the Capital City April 15-18, bringing with it many exciting speakers... + continue reading