Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Posted by a.crouch
South Carolina’s April unemployment rate held steady at 6.7%, the same as the March numbers. In a release, the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) said the reason for the numbers holding is because the state’s “labor force expanded for the fifteenth consecutive month. The... + continue reading
south carolina budget
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Posted by v.ortiz
South Carolina's budget is expected to increase by 400 million dollars, according to WSAV3. This money could be used to pay down the state debt, give back to tax payers, or use it for road improvement. Governor Nikki Haley stated, "What we don't want is to have another free-for-all... + continue reading
Student Housing
Monday, May 25, 2015
Posted by v.brown
Columbia is awash in construction this summer, as companies scramble to build new private dormitories and student apartment buildings. According to a recent story from the Free Times, construction is currently underway on ten different student housing projects across the city. Upon their completion... + continue reading
senior health
Monday, May 25, 2015
Posted by v.ortiz
South Carolina ranks 36th in senior health, according to the latest report by the United Health Foundation for its 2015 America’s Health Rankings Senior Report. According to The Post and Courier, the rank considers food insecurity, hospital readmission rates, premature deaths, and... + continue reading
Monday, May 25, 2015
Posted by k.geer
Tickets given for texting while driving have the lowest ticket occurrence in the state compared to other ticket violations, according to a report by the Department of Public Health and Safety. Last year, state officials passed a texting while driving law that bans texting behind the wheel all... + continue reading
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The State reports that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit the Palmetto State on May 27, according to a campaign official. Clinton, the front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has yet to release details for the visit, but it will be her first visit to South Carolina since her 2008 presidential campaign... + continue reading
Uber Friar
“If you could, just for a moment, understand the intense, passionate love the creator has for you as an individual, worry would not be a part of your life.” Friar Edmund Cass stays busy helping the people of Greenville. A Franciscan since 1975, Friar Edmund was Ordained to the Priesthood on January 17, 2000. Today he’s... + continue reading

Arts & Culture

Wednesday, 05/13/15
Ever wonder what the city of Lancaster looked like 50 years ago? The former mill town close to Charlotte has a new website dedicated to 50 years of photographs of the Red Rose City. Columbia... + continue reading

Business & Economy

Wednesday, 05/27/15
South Carolina’s April unemployment rate held steady at 6.7%, the same as the March numbers. In a release, the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) said the reason for the numbers... + continue reading

Education

education
Tuesday, 05/19/15
Education is key to South Carolina's business community and a Hartsville based company has decided to do more than just talk about it. Sonoco is a multi-billion dollar global provider of... + continue reading

Health

senior health
Monday, 05/25/15
South Carolina ranks 36th in senior health, according to the latest report by the United Health Foundation for its 2015 America’s Health Rankings Senior Report. According to The Post and... + continue reading

Politics

south carolina budget
Wednesday, 05/27/15
South Carolina's budget is expected to increase by 400 million dollars, according to WSAV3. This money could be used to pay down the state debt, give back to tax payers, or use it for road... + continue reading

Technology

Thursday, 05/21/15
The Summerville Journal reports that an anonymous donor has given 72 cameras to the Summerville Police Department, outfitting all patrol officers with body cameras. The 72 WatchGuard Video cameras... + continue reading