A Midlands business owner has come up with a way to keep his staff working all while helping to support health care workers in the state. Koss Creative Brands in Columbia is now printing South Carolina “Strong” t-shirts during these uncertain and trying times.
Dale and Wylene Davis were excited about celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and Wylene's birthday. They had a great vacation. But their time in paradise has ended with a mandated quarantine in California.
Stephanie Haecherl says her students would benefit from VersaTiles. It is a self-checking, puzzle-like skill-building tool designed to improve reading and writing skills, and will also enhance their self-management and decision making abilities.
"They would often refer to the upper seats as the buzzard's roost or the peanut gallery because those were often the least cared for sections of the theater to begin with at the time," Professor Damon Fordham said.
Black History Month first began as Negro History Week in 1926 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Woodson wanted schools and communities all over the nation to learn about the accomplishments of African Americans and celebrate their contributions to society.
If you're looking to give money to a local nonprofit, it's always good to know how that charity spends the money they receive. South Carolina's Secretary of State keeps track of all of that information.
Consultants with SC Works and their partnering agencies will be taking your phone calls, answering these questions on Thursday, from 4 p.m to 6:30 p.m. Look for the number to call on Live 5 News when the phone bank opens.
Melissa Chastain teaches third grade at Plantersville Elementary. Her students are eager learners. She says like many children their age, they learn more effectively when given the opportunity to use their hands.