The 2022 Talent Demand Study released by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce projects nearly 36,000 new jobs by the end of 2026; but, the study also predicts the potential shortages for certain jobs and industries in the area.
Charleston County School District teachers are asking for a specific dollar amount in raises to help with living expenses and other financial burdens that they say are unable to pay with the current salary.
By James Pollard Associated Press and Dylan Leatherwood
Walterboro native Danny Murdaugh is ready for his small South Carolina town to return to normal following the double murder trial of a distant relative that drew global attention and sullied his family’s surname.
A growing number of cities and counties around South Carolina are trying to set regulations around or even outright ban short-term rentals, and some have already passed local ordinances and laws to do that.
South Carolina will soon begin reviewing who is eligible for Medicaid for the first time in three years, and the state agency that oversees the program says up to around 300,000 people could lose their coverage in the next year.