It’s the same devastating story we’ve heard too many times before.
It’s been a long time coming, but citizens of South Carolina will soon have faster and cheaper access to public documents.
The South Carolina Senate’s plan to fund statewide road repair is a convoluted scheme that appears more like a pacifier than a real road funding bill.
On Thursday, the Senate voted 30-9 to move forward its version of a long-term plan to fund South Carolina’s crumbling roads.
Pull quote: “There have been numerous reports over the years about applicants being charged inordinate amounts by agencies to produce copies in accordance with the FOIA.
When gunman Sueng-Hui Cho burst into a Virginia Tech classroom building and fatally shot 32 students and professors and wounded 17 others in April 2007, law enforcement officers from all over Southwest Virginia responded to the 911 alarm.
State lawmakers are racing to bring South Carolina into compliance with the federal Real ID law so state residents won’t suddenly be barred from entering federal buildings or traveling on airplanes.
While we remain confident the S.C. General Assembly will rectify this thorny situation, it’s one we shouldn’t be facing.
This is the time of year when Christians remember the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a season when His followers are focused on how He suffered and died on the cross and after 3 days He arose from the grave.
Give the ladies a hand. The national championship-winning South Carolina women’s basketball team has come home from Dallas, bringing with it a big trophy and something more intangible as they bask in the afterglow of victory.
We’re hearing a lot of scary claims from the Department of Transportation and from legislative leaders: we have the highest rate of road fatalities in the nation, it will take billions to climb out of the hole our infrastructure system is stuck in, we have to pass some pretty significant tax hikes in order to truly address problems, and so on.
Maintaining discipline in the classroom can be a challenge for any teacher. And few things can harm other students’ ability to focus and learn more than a particularly disruptive classmate. That much is clear.