From small to large school districts, counselors and social workers around the Lowcountry say they are increasing mental health care for students to get ahead of potential stresses caused by the pandemic this year.
Visitors and locals have one more month to admire the Folly Beach Fishing Pier before crews start reconstruction which is expected to last for more than two years. The pier will close on Oct. 19 to start construction on its replacement.
Starting this year for the first time, high school students in Dorchester District 4 can work toward high school and college credits virtually through a partnership with the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics.
With a little more than two months from the general election, counties around the Lowcountry are reporting record requests for mail-in absentee ballots, but the increased demand could come with delays in tallying votes on election day.
More than a month after a dog went missing from a grooming and boarding facility in Summerville, investigators have issued a warrant for the arrest of an ex-employee for animal abuse and breach of trust.
Charleston County Council will soon decide on a referendum asking taxpayers if they would support an increase to fund around $130 million worth of affordable housing projects over the next couple decades.