It was a tough week.
There’s never a shortage of opportunities to help out in Greer and with so many charitable organizations stationed right in downtown the call for help is always there.
South Carolina’s open meetings and records law, designed to make government transparent and keep citizens informed, increasingly is being eroded by some state and local public officials.
You may have heard that the State Ethics Commission has a new media policy.
Where are the lazy days of summer?
They are definitely not here at Meals on Wheels (MOW).
Common Core is the most controversial topic in American K-12 education today – and for good reason.
In South Carolina—as in most other states—regulation has almost completely divorced the energy sector from the free market.
The South Carolina Supreme Court recently issued a ruling saying government bodies not only can change the agendas of their meetings during a meeting, but added governments don’t even have to provi
As we get ready to celebrate our independence as a nation, we must shift our attention to those who sacrificed for it.
Joy the elephant died last week at the age of 44.