As often happens, even in South Carolina, it snowed last month — enough that some schools closed for a day or two.
It’s not a sexy topic nor one the average person cares much about. But a lack of access to public information is a real problem that hurts us all.
On February 5, around 1:15 p.m., students at the University of South Carolina received a text message warning “SHOTS FIRED” — two words that would send chills and panic through the large campus tha
“As long as I am the governor of South Carolina,” Gov. Nikki Haley vowed in 2013, “we will not expand Medicaid on President Obama’s watch.”
It may be hard to believe given the steady growth of the economy in the Greater Greer area, but every weekday, nearly 350 meals are delivered to neighbors in need through Meals on Wheels at Greer C
We don’t expect anything to come of some House members’ poorly conceived plan to shutter the financially troubled S.C.
We’ve all seen the advertisements for the TV lawyers promising big bucks if we sign up with them on some big class-action suit for mesothelioma or asbestos or some other product or medical liabilit
When Mark Sanford ran for governor in 2002, he proposed to increase our tax on gasoline and eliminate the state income tax. He didn’t claim it was a plan to save our roads.
The movie “Selma” takes us back half a century to one of the most stirring and momentous events of that era: the march that helped secure passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, finally bringing